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Old 04-25-2019, 08:56 AM
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Default Controlling Generic Addressable RGB LEDs?

Just finished assembling a new gaming computer. My first foray into using addressable RGB LEDs. I have Corsair RGB CPU liquid cooler, and Corsair RGB memory, and they work perfectly with iCUE. I installed generic three pin addressable RGB LED strip onto the addressable RGB header on the motherboard, but iCUE does not recognize the strip. The LED strip just slow-pulses green. Is there a way to get the iCUE software to recognize this LED strip on the motherboard's addressable RGB header?


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Old 04-25-2019, 09:11 AM
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Not on the motherboard, no. The motherboard RGB connector will be controlled by the motherboard RGB software (Asus Aura/MSI Mystic Light etc.) You'd also need a Commander Pro or Lighting Node Pro and an adapter.
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