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    Software or hardware problem?

    Hello guys, sometimes im having a issue with my rgb lights (motherboard, cooler fan and case fans). So when i turn on my desktop all my rgb lights goes on and work normally. But after the start up when start to play a game for example valorant the lights goes off for some seconds and back to normal. Is this a problem with something? Motherboard? Aura sync?
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    Valorants anti-cheat "vanguard" is known to disable programs like RGB light control, fan control, and overclock software. Make a backup of Valorant if you choose to and unistall it + Vanguard then restart your PC. If your RGB lighting works without a problem after that, then it was Vanguard preventing your programs from running.

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    New ROGer Array Pai Incognito^^ PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuurinkazan View Post
    Valorants anti-cheat "vanguard" is known to disable programs like RGB light control, fan control, and overclock software. Make a backup of Valorant if you choose to and unistall it + Vanguard then restart your PC. If your RGB lighting works without a problem after that, then it was Vanguard preventing your programs from running.
    You think that might be vanguard? Im asking this because it doesn't happen all the time but its true that its only happen a few moments after stay valorant in game menu if im right. But the lights go on right after a few seconds without the need of restart the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pai Incognito^^ View Post
    You think that might be vanguard? Im asking this because it doesn't happen all the time but its true that its only happen a few moments after stay valorant in game menu if im right. But the lights go on right after a few seconds without the need of restart the game.
    Well its software for sure since its affecting your whole PC (unless your power supply is somehow not providing enough power for a few seconds?) and happens when you launch games. Either something is up with Aurora not liking fullscreen, or Vanguard is tempering with your stuff. The only way to be certain is to disable vanguard (requires you to restart your PC, ive never downloaded Valorant because vanguard affects some of the programs I use for 3D modeling and animation so im not sure how you disable it), or plug your peripherals into another PC and see how they behave.

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    New ROGer Array Pai Incognito^^ PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuurinkazan View Post
    Well its software for sure since its affecting your whole PC (unless your power supply is somehow not providing enough power for a few seconds?) and happens when you launch games. Either something is up with Aurora not liking fullscreen, or Vanguard is tempering with your stuff. The only way to be certain is to disable vanguard (requires you to restart your PC, ive never downloaded Valorant because vanguard affects some of the programs I use for 3D modeling and animation so im not sure how you disable it), or plug your peripherals into another PC and see how they behave.
    This is realy strange because its an intermitent "issue". Sometimes do, sometimes don't. Probably you are right, its just software/vanguard because everything works fine.

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