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Vengence RGB LED - ram shows up - no color though

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Vengence rgb led

 

My ram shows up just fine and I can change everything.

 

I can't change my color though.

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what motherboard is it? also do you have the system rgb controller installed a with the latest driver there? 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I did install the Aura Sync, but it doesn't open up.

 

I was able to change the color of my corsair water cooler though just fine in ICUE though.

 

not sure on this one then.

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26 minutes ago, e23 said:

Vengence rgb led

 

My ram shows up just fine and I can change everything.

 

I can't change my color though.

Make sure SPD Write setting for your RAM is enabled in the BIOS.

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6 minutes ago, G00fySmiley said:

this one though the one for ICUE?

 

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If iCUE wont let you change or doesn't show ram, then I suggest going through with the app center and grabing the aura RGB Software and you should be able to control the RAM colors.  I know with Gigabyte you just get their app center and RGB lighting software and can control the mobo and ram with the gigabyte software.  Im not to keen on how ASUS works with their lighting.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Blai5e said:

Make sure SPD Write setting for your RAM is enabled in the BIOS.

what is SPD under?

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2 hours ago, Turtle Rig said:

If iCUE wont let you change or doesn't show ram, then I suggest going through with the app center and grabing the aura RGB Software and you should be able to control the RAM colors.  I know with Gigabyte you just get their app center and RGB lighting software and can control the mobo and ram with the gigabyte software.  Im not to keen on how ASUS works with their lighting.

I get this on the download

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13 hours ago, e23 said:

what is SPD under?

Usually under the RAM settings in the BIOS/UEFI

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