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    Question Trident Royal RGB always on in sleep mode

    I installed new Trident Royal RGB memory and the AUS AURA SYNC software see it just fine. I am able to do everything with it except when computer goes to sleep all the other items go out but the RAM stays lighted up. Is this fixable?

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    in bios there is a setting in LED Lighting where you can turn the lights off when its asleep, the only issue is tyour also not gunna have the power light blinking when it sleeps.
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    ROG Member Array fliersrr PC Specs
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    Thank you for your feedback. I found what you were talking about in the BIOS and set it to turn off the lights in Sleep etc. But the RAM still lights up.

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