Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R RGB AIO CPU Cooler: Page 6 of 8

Posted by James Keir on Monday, August 27, 2018 - 9:00am

Software

Since the M360R RGB includes a Cooler Master RGB LED controller, you can choose to further customize your lighting with the MasterPlus+ software (which is currently in beta). To be able to configure your RGB LED Controller, you must make sure you have attached it to a USB header on your motherboard with the included cable.

Once attached, when you boot up the software you should see your controller in the “Overview” tab.

Cooler Master ML360R RGB

After selecting the RGB controller from the Overview, you are brought to a configuration screen to set up your device. From this screen you select all the hardware connected to the RGB LED controller.

Cooler Master ML360R RGB

Since the software didn’t have the ML360R RGB we decided to use the ML240R RGB instead. This wasn’t an issue as all our fans were connected to a single port using the included RGB splitter cable. As you can see, we attached the pumps RGB to port A2 and our fans to A4.

Cooler Master ML360R RGB

Once configured you are able to apply various light effects such as Color Cycle, Reload, Recoil, Breathing, etc.  This seems to apply the effect to all ports and you are not able to apply multiple effects to other ports.

Cooler Master ML360R RGB

If you wish greater control over your RGB, you can use the “Lighting Maker” which allows you configure each port individually. If you don’t want to create your own custom effect you can download and apply various user created ones using the “Lighting Cloud”.

Cooler Master ML360R RGB

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