Great fans, questionable software
I got the fans and they are great. They do exactly what they are supposed to do, and come with a plethora of mounting solutions (lots of screws).My only gripe is that the software is just truly terrible. It's as if they spent 10 minutes in a board meeting hastily throwing together some semblance of a control software before declaring "mission accomplished!" and slapping high fives while the customers who are cursed to use it suffer. I am not a programmer by any means, but maybe make it so that the options can be controlled with dropdown menus, or allow fans detected by the controller to be rearranged so that the ripple lighting effects look right instead of the user having to crack open the pc and fumble with plugging in the cables in the right order. Furthermore, what is the point of viewing each fan in a ui that rotates like a rotunda? Just make a list with sensible ui options next to them in drop-down menus. Allow for multiple controllers to be accessed by one master menu so that changes made to one controller automatically are applied to the other. Right now, profiles save unique to each controller, meaning that if you want to keep a cool lighting set-up, you must make it multiple times across all of the controller menus and save separately. It would as well be nice to be able to adjust the led lightings to compensate for a fan that was put in the case at a different orientation; say one fan was put in 90 degrees differently than the others, making it so the rgb loop is slightly ahead of the rest of the system. Make it so that the user can adjust the position of the lights to match the rest of the case.I could go on but you get my point. It has a bunch of issues that need to be addressed. These are great fans, but the software sucks.