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Old 02-10-2018, 06:59 AM
Popza Popza is offline
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Originally Posted by Zotty View Post
Glad you got sorted buddy.. Could you possibly do some video of the RGB effects you can select? there are ZERO videos or reviews on this.

and how does it appear in link?
Here you go. Sorry for messy "setup", but i´m currently moving so I have not finished it yet unfortunately, I still "experiment" with it in the small time I have.

The Corsair Dominator Airflow LED fan is listed as "LED strip" in configurations, since it doesn´t have the rainbow function if you select "airflow dominator".

Quick summary of the whole setup of Corsairs LED products:

It's expensive, complicated and not userfriendly. For this kind of price, I expected a much easier solution. I would not recommend it to any regular/casual user of computers, only for enthusiasts that have knowledge and time. Also, I miss more Corsair products like motherboards and GPU's, so you can have more of a complete system from one manufacturer. I think i'll go with EVGA next time to be honest.

The Corsair Dominator Platiunum RGB LED fan is very noisy, not recommended by me.

Side note: My motherboard is an Aorus Gaming 7. It's ok, but the LED configuration through the Gigabyte APP is the worst thing ever. If you change the LED settings in the Gigabyte APP too fast, it stops working and you'll have to turn off your computer, remove the power plug for 1-5 min and then plug it back in to make the LED lights work again. There is also no option for white lighting, there is only a white/pink or white/light blue option, even with the correct color codes. I'm not sure if I recommend this motherboard because of the horrible application(s) from Gigabyte. But it's decent priced, and got LED lights so idk, you be the judge. PS: BIOS is also horrible with this motherboard.


Last edited by Popza; 02-10-2018 at 07:56 AM.
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