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    Default rB/B/W LED vs rB/G/W LED

    Im looking to have 2 different color profiles in a NBv4. The first being a rich deeper blue and the second being an arctic blue. Both of these will be utilizing a white FoC. Which combination do you all think I should use? Also, if anybody has any recommended color values for these combinations I would greatly appreciate it.

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    Rb/G/W will give you a better Arctic Blue.

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    Thanks. Do you have any recommended color values for the rB/G/W to get a nice arctic blue?

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    Arctic blue is usually a mix of G/rB with about a 50/50 ratio I think. I personally sometimes put a little more green in it/drop the blue a little.

    Now if you want a more ESB ice blue, you can run the white at max with the blue about 50%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovetadraw View Post
    Arctic blue is usually a mix of G/rB with about a 50/50 ratio I think. I personally sometimes put a little more green in it/drop the blue a little.

    Now if you want a more ESB ice blue, you can run the white at max with the blue about 50%.
    Sorry, for a late reply, but I just saw this post. Would you still be able to get a FoC with white max out like that?

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    You should, its easy enough to configure if you need to adjust the colors a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forgetful Jedi Knight View Post
    You should, it’s easy enough to configure if you need to adjust the colors a bit.
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