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Turn off gpu light

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Go to solution Solved by Jurrunio,

try msi gaming app if afterburner doesnt work.

Hi,

 

Is there a way to turn off the lights on my graphics card?I tried Nvidia LED Visualizer, but no luck.

The GEFORCE GTX is OFF, but the mis logo and the red fins are ON. Below is a picture of my card. Thanks.

 

msi-gtx-1080-ti-gaming-x-graphics-card-1

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MSI afterburner should have that control over the leds or at lest evga's oc software has led control over my leds on my evga card

 

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try msi gaming app if afterburner doesnt work.

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if software doesnt help you could remove the cooler and unplug the led power,tho idk how they handle cooler removal in their warranty

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25 minutes ago, firecrafter711 said:

MSI afterburner should have that control over the leds or at lest evga's oc software has led control over my leds on my evga card

 

 

22 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

try msi gaming app if afterburner doesnt work.

 

15 minutes ago, McHox said:

if software doesnt help you could remove the cooler and unplug the led power,tho idk how they handle cooler removal in their warranty

 

Thank you all for your replies.

 

Downloading the MSI gaming app allows full control of the led.

https://www.msi.com/blog/msi-gaming-app-article

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