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Corsair Link build (ATX) - $1750 Budget

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Appreciate all suggestions for this build, the owner requested that whatever that could be linked be linked. 

Standard parts used :

Ryzen R7 2700X

MSI Pro carbon X470 AC

Zotac GTX 1080Ti AMP Extreme (running 2)

The $1750 are for everything else all standard parts are bought and paid for already. 

Thank you for the assistance. 

 

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You're better off syncing up to Asus Aura. I know it's mobo controlled but it's a great software and seems to play nicer. You'd just have to get a new Asus mobo. Besides there's not much else RGB to be controlled except fans and RAM, and add in RGB strips.

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1 minute ago, Cereal5 said:

You're better off syncing up to Asus Aura. I know it's mobo controlled but it's a great software and seems to play nicer. You'd just have to get a new Asus mobo. Besides there's not much else RGB to be controlled except fans and RAM, and add in RGB strips.

the mystic sync software works great too! It's not up to aura, but still verry good as far as I know

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Corsair does have fans, strips and peripherals that link together with iCue. They don't have any RGB PSUs but, if you want to monitor your PSU, you'll need an i-series PSU (as you said).

Do you have something specific that you are looking for?

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3 minutes ago, DevBiker said:

Corsair does have fans, strips and peripherals that link together with iCue. They don't have any RGB PSUs but, if you want to monitor your PSU, you'll need an i-series PSU (as you said).

Do you have something specific that you are looking for?

I never linked via corsair link but the owner wants 1 app fan, light and temp sensors so I'm trying my best

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Budget 1080p System (RGB) https://pcpartpicker.com/list/7v2Lmq - (this build comes with two free games with the RX 570) 

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