Sometimes when you buy certain hardware products and use GNU / Linux, you don't have all the functions that Windows users have, especially when it comes to techniques like modding, overclocking software, etc. But this is not always the case, and there are more and more projects that try to make these differences dissipate and that Linux users can fully enjoy everything. And it is the case that I am going to tell you about today, and that you will surely like if you have an AMD Ryzen with a fan AMD Wraith Prism RGB.
Well, if that's the case and you can't control the colored LEDs of this fan, that's over. Now you can do it from your favorite distro with this software. And it is that when some official providers do not care about the platform, the community responds with projects such as Wraith Master for AMD.
It is a project similar to CM-RGB, which you surely know. But WraithMaster provides a full-featured user interface as well as a command line application with which you can control the colored LEDs on this AMD cooling product.
Although it is in a very early stage of development, but has received Your 1.1 version recently, making Wraith Master better and heading in the right direction. In this case, you will find some news.
Also, the user interface of this program has a little more work to do to improve the user experience and it comes with a large number of fixed bugs. Like the equivalent tool for Windows, the Wraith Master tool for Linux will need the fan to be connected with the internal USB cable to communicate with him and be able to control him. Otherwise it wouldn't work ...
To find out more about the project and start using it, you can access this page from GitLab.