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I have a Gigabyte X299 AORUS Gaming 7 motherboard that has several RGB LEDs. Gigabyte has software called RGB Fusion that will let me manipulate them.

 

I'm wondering, can iCue somehow control these motherboard LEDs? After playing around with iCue, it would appear not, but I don't know if maybe I was missing something. If not, will iCue and RGB Fusion play nicely together, or are they gonna step on each other's toes?

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I have a Gigabyte X299 AORUS Gaming 7 motherboard that has several RGB LEDs. Gigabyte has software called RGB Fusion that will let me manipulate them.

 

I'm wondering, can iCue somehow control these motherboard LEDs? After playing around with iCue, it would appear not, but I don't know if maybe I was missing something. If not, will iCue and RGB Fusion play nicely together, or are they gonna step on each other's toes?

 

iCue was officially released a month ago, it is off to a great start adopting many features from CUE and Link. When I got my Z370 Gaming 7, I was a little let down by RGB Fusion, as I already used CUE for my K70 Keyboard. I liked how CUE could sync the profiles to the games I played. I wrote a tool that does the same thing for Gigabyte's Motherboards. It isn't polished like iCue, though it does everything I want it to. In all you create RGB profiles in RGB Fusion, you name the profile after a process you want it to trigger on, then it changes the lights. I have iCue doing the same thing with different iCue profiles for different games. So in directly my tool and iCue sync together and they place nice together. Best of all, if you set all the profiles you want/need you can delete RGB Fusion and it can work separately from that. If you want to give it a try it go here:

 

https://github.com/windows2000bug/RGB-Fusion-Tool-PS/releases/tag/v0.4-beta

Download: RGBFusionTool-PS.zip

 

README: https://github.com/windows2000bug/RGB-Fusion-Tool-PS/blob/master/README.md

 

Make sure you read the readme, it gives install instructions and please give me feedback, I am not going to do anything more with it, unless people ask as it does what I need it to.

 

 

No, it cannot.

 

RGB Fusion and iCue will play nice together. Solarity has done some scripts around that too.

 

Thanks for the plug DevBiker :)

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iCue was officially released a month ago, it is off to a great start adopting many features from CUE and Link. When I got my Z370 Gaming 7, I was a little let down by RGB Fusion, as I already used CUE for my K70 Keyboard. I liked how CUE could sync the profiles to the games I played. I wrote a tool that does the same thing for Gigabyte's Motherboards. It isn't polished like iCue, though it does everything I want it to. In all you create RGB profiles in RGB Fusion, you name the profile after a process you want it to trigger on, then it changes the lights. I have iCue doing the same thing with different iCue profiles for different games. So in directly my tool and iCue sync together and they place nice together. Best of all, if you set all the profiles you want/need you can delete RGB Fusion and it can work separately from that. If you want to give it a try it go here:

 

https://github.com/windows2000bug/RGB-Fusion-Tool-PS/releases/tag/v0.4-beta

Download: RGBFusionTool-PS.zip

 

README: https://github.com/windows2000bug/RGB-Fusion-Tool-PS/blob/master/README.md

 

Make sure you read the readme, it gives install instructions and please give me feedback, I am not going to do anything more with it, unless people ask as it does what I need it to.

 

 

 

 

Thanks for the plug DevBiker :)

 

Hey solarity, is this still needed/used?

 

I have a new z390 board and RGB Fusion seems to have updated quite a bit as well... I'm thinking on getting the V RGB Pro ram since my TridentZ does not sync up with the digital argb effects that the rest of the system has.

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We will build our own pc with lots of iCue flashy lights, after black friday, ;-) but can we rule the motherboard 's leds as well? (Gigabyte B360 Aorus Gaming 3 Wifi) If not we buy another type of board... Tnx already for your reply! Grtz Alain.

 

Not directly. JackNet RGB Sync (https://fanman03.com/?page=dwn) will allow control over some ... Gigabyte is not on that list.

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