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How to Sync Asus Aura to RGB Fusion 2.0 ???

The only solution that i found is in here in the description of the video: 

 

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I don't think so. At least not without some mods like modding the card's lighting connector to hook it up to an RGB header on the motherboard.


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31 minutes ago, JohnnyCyp said:

Is there any way to sync asus aura (motherboard) to RGB Fusion (Gigabyte GPU) ?

short explenation: asus and gigabyte are big rivals

 

so no, won't happen


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23 hours ago, JohnnyCyp said:

Is there any way to sync asus aura (motherboard) to RGB Fusion (Gigabyte GPU) ?

Hi ! What would be the point ? why not addressing your LEDs with Asus Aura software ?

 

Just curious :)


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16 minutes ago, Insorior said:

Hi ! What would be the point ? why not addressing your LEDs with Asus Aura software ?

 

Just curious :)

How can i do that ?

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2 minutes ago, JohnnyCyp said:

How can i do that ?

RGB Fusion is made by Gigabyte in order to manage RGB peripherals connected to a Gigabyte / Aorus MB.

Aura Sync is made by Asus in order to manage RGB peripherals connected to a Asus MB

 

https://www.asus.com/campaign/aura/us/download.html


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Just now, Insorior said:

RGB Fusion is made by Gigabyte in order to manage RGB peripherals connected to a Gigabyte / Aorus MB.

Aura Sync is made by Asus in order to manage RGB peripherals connected to a Asus MB

 

https://www.asus.com/campaign/aura/us/download.html

Yes i know that and i have already installed the aura sync utility. I have asus motherboard and gigabyte GPU and i want the make the rainbow RGB color the same if it's possible...

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My bad, I didn't see that you were talking about the GPU.

As far as I know, there's no easy way to do what you're trying to do unfortunately...

 

You could mabe consider alternatives as RGB GPU brackets or rgb GPU backplates (v1 tech, Aliexpress...) that connect directly to the motherboard :)

 

I'm afraid I won't be able to help other that this :(


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