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Doctorwonder

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  1. It's the gigabyte 3080 OC, and I don't think I'd have that issue. my fans in the front of my case are controllable through both gigabyte and Asus software, so I'd be able to just use RGB fusion 2 as long as it doesn't depend on a motherboard from gigabyte. My Ram is only controllable through Corsair software, not gigabyte or asus, so I don't think I have a problem there. I've just heard very negative things about gigabytes software, and I've always liked Asus reliability. So are you saying that RGB fusion 2 does not depend on a gigabyte motherboard?
  2. I recently got a hold of a gigabyte graphics card with RGB controllable through RGB fusion 2. My question comes because of the Asus motherboard I was planning on using, does RGB fusion need a gigabyte motherboard to work, or is it a standalone RGB program more like Corsair iq? If I were to use my gigabyte graphics card on my Asus board, would I be able to download RGB fusion and control the lighting or would it just be on a cycling pattern with no control?
  3. There may be a cable that can plug into the usb 2 headers, I know some coolers have that. apart from that, maybe an adaptor?
  4. Yeah I make myself cringe sometimes
  5. This is definitely an exciting contest, I had a lot of fun making this video and even if I don't win, I'm happy Linus and ROG are doing something so nice for three lucky people! Edit: wow I don't know how to post a video, that was embarrassing haha
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