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Necessary RGB software

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Posted · Original PosterOP



I'm building a PC this saturday and while I tried to buy iCUE compatible parts I won't be able to control everything with it.


My RGB parts are the following:


  • Asus Rog Strix x570-E gaming
  • Asus Rog Strix RTX 2070 Super
  • Corsair iCUE 465X RGB (black) (which includes 3x LL120 fans & a Lightning Node Core)
  • Corsair H100i RGB PLATINUM (which includes 2x ML120 fans)
  • 3 extra LL120 fans (which includes a Lightning Node Pro)
  • Corsair Gaming K70 Mk.2 Low Profile
  • G.Skill Trident Z Neo 2x 16GB
  • Logitech G903 Hero


So if I understood it correctly iCUE can controll all 6x LL120 fans, the AIO with it's ML fans, the keyboard and the Asus mainboard, but not the Asus GPU.


I'd need Aura Sync for the GPU, but Aura Sync shouldn't be running if iCUE controlls the Asus mainboard - guess I'll have to turn of the GPU RGB.


G Hub will control the RGB of the mouse without iCUE compability issues.


And last the G.Skill RAM. I heard it works with the mainboard software which would be Asus Aura Sync and/or iCUE, but iCUE supports only Asus mainboards. So the RAM would be the same situation as the GPU minus the option to turn of the RAM RGB?


Is this all correct or are there better options?

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