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I am looking for a way to turn of leds in my Thermltake Riing 12 Red led 120mm fan

ZinouTheBeast XXI
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last summer i bought , Thermltake Riing12 led 120mm Cpu cooler , it comes with x1 fan 120mm only choise is static red , recently i have bought 6x RGB fans they do a great job at keeping case cool but they don't have a decent air pressure , so because of red color i can't put 2x fans 1 rgb and 1 red led in same heatsink it will look ugly , please help me if any one know how to turn of that ugly red color even if it is a permanent solution i don't care and thanks

i hop i explained my issue very well

Edit : 03/11/2018

i finally found the solution 

https://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/63861-control-riing-rgb-fans-from-arduino-uno/

 

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connect the fan to a 3pin fan header or use DC mode for fan curve control if it's in a 4pin header, then drop the fan speed and see if the lights dim according to fan speed.

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2 hours ago, Jurrunio said:

connect the fan to a 3pin fan header or use DC mode for fan curve control if it's in a 4pin header, then drop the fan speed and see if the lights dim according to fan speed.

i am not looking to dim the lights i am looking to turn them off even if i damage cables of leds cause honestly i don't care for that red led 

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10 hours ago, ZinouTheBeast XXI said:

i am not looking to dim the lights i am looking to turn them off even if i damage cables of leds cause honestly i don't care for that red led 

Cut the LEDs off. Use electricians tape for any exposed wires.

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2 hours ago, LoGiCalDrm said:

Cut the LEDs off. Use electricians tape for any exposed wires.

where ? there are 5 wires , 1 wire the 4 pin one leads directly into the middle of the fan , then there is 4 wires slightly exposed for each corner , i am not sure , but i know that this fan has only 1 led for each corner = 4 leds total , i don't know if these wires are for the leds or the fan ,

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1 hour ago, ZinouTheBeast XXI said:

where ? there are 5 wires , 1 wire the 4 pin one leads directly into the middle of the fan , then there is 4 wires slightly exposed for each corner , i am not sure , but i know that this fan has only 1 led for each corner = 4 leds total , i don't know if these wires are for the leds or the fan ,

The wires leading directly to LED ofc. And only them. Others lead to motor which you don't want to temper with.

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