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Old 10-10-2019, 10:32 PM
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Great Find!!!

Thanks Guys

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Old 12-18-2019, 10:14 PM
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Thanks for this!! I am loving it...

I just have few questions...

I made it so it launches with windows, but I have to manually select the profile before the lights start to sync up. Is there any way to automate this on every windows start up?

Also what is the network client and server used for?

Thanks!!

EDIT: Nvm.. just have to wait a bit and it automatically works with windows start up..

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Default First PC Build, concerned about RGB compatibility

Hey all,

Im building my first PC and as Im going through it Im noticing some concerns about RGB compatibility. My current build is a ROG Strix B450-F Gaming MOBO with the Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 32 GB, 465x case and the H100i RGB Platinum SE AIO. Will I still be able to control all the Corsair RGB with ICUE or am I going to run into issues due to the ASUS mobo and Aura? Just trying to figure out my options before I get too deep into my build and need to return something...

Sorry if this is a dumb question... Im pretty new and Ive been researching this all night and coming up empty :( Thanks in advance.
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Old 01-07-2020, 11:01 AM
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As of half a year ago you can't really go wrong with Corsair or Asus in terms of compatability. Corsair still has the best right now. Asus has slowly opened up with a few bugs here and there but mostly control should be possible. Most Asus motherboars work without a problem including your Strix board. Making things more interesting Corsair announced that they will support Asus stuff in the future on their CES page. https://www.corsair.com/ww/en/ces-2020
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Old 01-07-2020, 11:37 AM
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Corsair announced that they will support Asus stuff in the future on their CES page. https://www.corsair.com/ww/en/ces-2020
It's live now :)

https://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=192965

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Hey, first, thanks for this great guide.

Second, I need some help.

I've recently got some A-RGB CM HALO fans that claim to have 24 addressable leds, and are Aura Sync compatible.

When connecting to my MB and firing up Aura, I discovered that Aura doesn't let me manually select each addressable LED, the fan just show up as "Add-Strip-1" and I can only set a solid color to the entire fan.

Long story short I found this guide and tried it, using iCue to show the demo devices I was able to properly control the LEDS on the fan with JackNet SYNC software.

What I'm trying to achieve is this: turn OFF the leds around the inner part of the fan (inner center of the blades) and leave only the HALO leds on the outside ON, to create a ring effect only. I almost got it but here's what I found:

- Wile doing the configuration, after I added the first 16 "LedStripe" into the Synchronized LEDs column, the entire fan is already colored.

- The first 8 leds, that I thought were ONLY for the inner leds, are also lighting up HALF of the outter leds, then the remaining 8 LEDS light up the rest of the outter leds.

- On the Asus Addressable Strip I can see as much as 120 "LedStripXX". Shouldn't this be only 24 (i configured the fan on Aura to be 24 led, didn't changed)

So what gives? Can be this some odd thing between Aura and the fans and JackNet and iCUE? Or are these fans really NOT 24 addressable leds but actually 16?

Thanks a lot in advance.
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Old 02-08-2020, 11:58 AM
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Is there any way to make this work with Trident Z RGB memory modules? I have my RGB strip linked via the Aura plugin and it works fine. The memory modules don't show up in iCUE even though they supposedly are supported in Aura.
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Hey, first, thanks for this great guide.

Second, I need some help.

I've recently got some A-RGB CM HALO fans that claim to have 24 addressable leds, and are Aura Sync compatible.

When connecting to my MB and firing up Aura, I discovered that Aura doesn't let me manually select each addressable LED, the fan just show up as "Add-Strip-1" and I can only set a solid color to the entire fan.

Long story short I found this guide and tried it, using iCue to show the demo devices I was able to properly control the LEDS on the fan with JackNet SYNC software.

What I'm trying to achieve is this: turn OFF the leds around the inner part of the fan (inner center of the blades) and leave only the HALO leds on the outside ON, to create a ring effect only. I almost got it but here's what I found:

- Wile doing the configuration, after I added the first 16 "LedStripe" into the Synchronized LEDs column, the entire fan is already colored.

- The first 8 leds, that I thought were ONLY for the inner leds, are also lighting up HALF of the outter leds, then the remaining 8 LEDS light up the rest of the outter leds.

- On the Asus Addressable Strip I can see as much as 120 "LedStripXX". Shouldn't this be only 24 (i configured the fan on Aura to be 24 led, didn't changed)

So what gives? Can be this some odd thing between Aura and the fans and JackNet and iCUE? Or are these fans really NOT 24 addressable leds but actually 16?

Thanks a lot in advance.
The Asus SDK always reports back 120 LEDs. As for your Fan LEDs I don't really know what is happening there. Try deleting the profile and re-doing it.
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Is there any way to make this work with Trident Z RGB memory modules? I have my RGB strip linked via the Aura plugin and it works fine. The memory modules don't show up in iCUE even though they supposedly are supported in Aura.
The Asus Aura plugin from Corsair currently only supports the Motherboard. Any other Asus Aura compatible device is out of luck for now.
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Old 02-16-2020, 06:16 PM
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The Asus Aura plugin from Corsair currently only supports the Motherboard. Any other Asus Aura compatible device is out of luck for now.
But would slowly come later down the track?
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