Crucial MOD Software and RGB Lighting
I have to admit I am very impressed with the MOD software. Not only does it display SPD data for each module you have installed but will also report back individual module temperatures. Neither of these you will need all that often however, the LED control is a different story.
The default color is an aqua blue and will remain that way until you launch the MOD software. There is a good video on the Crucial website showing each of the individual patterns and I would like to call out the “Motion Point” as being one of my favorites.
If you prefer a little more control over your LED lighting you can address each LED pair on each module individually. Selecting Zone 1 on Dimm 0 will allow you to change the color, brightness, speed and pattern of that RGB LED pair. It is a time consuming process but can give you some interesting results.
For instance red white and blue stripes for patriotic Americans with an option to customize for any color or website including maybe the best Orange I have ever seen on an RGB LED.
Below are some of the other combinations in no particular order.
These last two are pattern effects. The standard RGB rotation looks great while a progressive sweep blends the color across the module quite well.