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  1. So if you are like me and you have a Gigabyte motherboard, but you have Corsair ram and would prefer to have iCUE control your rams RGB rather than Fusions limited profiles then here is how to stop Fusion from ever trying to control your ram again, or atleast until you update it the next time or they change their software:D: This method will work for stopping Fusion from taking control of any ram in your system, and once your are finished Fusion will not even be able to see your ram. Go to file explorer and go to the install location for RGB Fusion. By default that location is in C:\Program Files (x86)\GIGABYTE\RGBFusion Once you are in the RGB Fusion folder you will need to locate 2 files. spddump.exe SPD_Dump.XML Take those 2 files and either move them into a different folder so you can easily move them back later if you need them, or just delete the files if you like to throw caution to the wind. If you delete them then you will need to reinstall Fusion to get them back if for some reason it breaks something. After you move those 2 files restart your computer and when you look in Fusion the next time you should not see any ram showing up. Now you can freely control your Corsair Ram with iCUE.
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