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    Aura Sync And adressable RGB

    Hello there, i have a question about adressable RGB


    Is there a way with open rgb to control argb leds of halos or phanteks neon independently?

    Right now I can either have an effect or have static ONE colour but how could I set up a static with different colours for instance?

    Thanks for the help

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    ROG Enthusiast Array GObonzo PC Specs
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    Aura Sync seems to have pretty limited control over my 3rd party aRGB devices. while it gave me individual control over the motherboard's built-in 5 separate aRGB LEDs, my 3rd party strip & case were stuck with less control as I could only use a simple rainbow or a static color with pre-determined patterns.

    when using Armoury Crate & Aura Creator together it gave quite a bit more options for individual devices connected to the motherboard's aRGB ports. now I can implement separate colors per aRGB LED and create different patterns on the same devices.
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