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Johnatan Lutzky

rgb controling through a single software

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi everyone! 
I'm a new member of the forum here and just got my new system with the 3600x installed on a Strix b450 i motherboard, and a Galax rtx2070 super with the RGB fans.
For now, I use Asus aura for RGB control on the motherboard and galax Xtreme tuner for the GPU...
Now, I don't use the galax software for anything except the GPU RGB control, (i tweak all my other settings with MSI afterburner) and in general, this software is pretty annoying and I wanna delete it.
Is there any way I could make this GPU somehow compatible with aura or is there any 3rd party RGB controlling software that I can use generally for all the parts?
Thank's! :)


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Probably not. RGB inter-compatibility is a big problem... I have to use 3 different applications to control mine (ICUE, AURA, Mystic), so count yourself lucky. If I could control them all with ICUE I absolutely would in a heart beat.

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it probably won't work until manufacturers agrees on a standard that makes it work on all platforms.. ofcourse you can try corsair or who has rgb controllers, but you won't get the mainboard and gpu internal RGB leds in there until said standard is created, and it's probably not backward compatible.... 


I'm using aura and rgbfussion.. rog strix z390-e mainboard and two aorus 2080ti extreme WB GPU's..  rgb fusions only finds one of the gpu's as gpu, the other is recognized as an external objekt. so crap software. 

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