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    time sliders

    so essentially its like the sequence control pf now. but it has time bases sliders where u control the rate the color progresses through each component for rainbow so u can start with MB i/o cover then the ram goes through the first block on an x99mb then the video card start and everything ends at the same time

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    Hi, with this new version of Aura software, is it possible to set the IO shield to rainbow and the RGB header to a static colour on my Z270E?

    Cheers!

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    Hi all,

    Really good initiative this thread! It is giving us the opportunity to share some feedback directly with you guys!

    I noticed that the latest EVGA Precision XOC software give me the opportunity to change the led color of my water pump component (which is not EVGA branded but Corsair) and I thought it was a really good initiative from them...

    So I have only one suggestion but its a big one: could you find the way to add / manage LED components which are not Asus branded into Aura? It might sound crazy but I think it will add a serious value added to your Aura software from a consumer perspective! To date, if I want to synchronize all the LED on my computer I need 3 different software (Corsair Link, EVGA Precision and Aura sync)...

    Thanks!

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    Need more customisation for WS2812B RGBs

    Asus Arua needs more customization options for WS2812B programmable leds.

    Right now all we can do is to use pre-definied effects which is boooooooooring and it doesent unleash the true potential of WS2812B programmable LEDS.

    What Asus Aura should have is ability for user to define his own RGB zones made of WS2812B leds - these leds are addressable, software can lit up any led it wants counting from 1st to last. Given the number of leds and distance between them we should be able to "position" them in Aura so it knows "where are our leds located" and then hand pick groups of them and create custom lighting zone.

    Also, why the "Only 60 leds" limit??? People are able to drive over 1000 of these WS2812B leds with something as simple as Arduino. Sure, there is a current limit (3A per strip) but WS2812B can be powered externally directly form SATA/Molex connector. Why limiting us to only 60 leds then??

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    As KeksimusMaximus said, addressable header is the real shame of the Aura software... today, WS2812B is used for many cool things !

    Here the list of my request :
    - far more than 60 leds on the addressable header
    - individual areas for each addressable led
    - areas grouping with individual effects on each group (ie CPU Load 'smart' effect on area RGB-Strip 1, breating on the rest)
    - memory usage in 'smart' effects (combined to area grouping can be great for GSkill RGB sticks)
    - 'Brightness' slider (as in Breathing effect) on all effects
    - 'Gradient' option for ADD strip (as in Starry-Night effect) on all effects
    - 'Scenes' effect where colors of leds are taken from an image ( like in Philips Hue )
    - 'Time of the day' feature, allowing to change colors/effect base on actual hour
    - a sequencer where we could define paterns and chain them
    - keyboard shortcuts to switch effects

    And the ONE request to RULE THEM ALL : access to addressable header leds using the SDK !!!!

    EDIT : one thing specific to the Strix X299-E : the 'center' area is only one area in Aura software, please make 4 areas instead, like the Back-IO... from the SDK we have access to 4 leds for the center zone.
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    I want to see the following functional:
    1) When the utility is first started, it is necessary that there should be no binding of other devices (such as memory). the user himself must make a choice of what he needs to activate for synchronization. since the automatic mode with the binding of all devices will knock down their initial setting
    2) After choosing the highlight color, it should be remembered on a permanent basis (all devices synchronized), even after uninstalling the utility. example, the color settings of the RAM (G.Skill Trident Z RGB) are not saved after the motherboard power is turned off.
    I just need to adjust the color as I want and then just delete the utility as it is not necessary to keep it.
    3) We need a similar full functional at the BIOS level, that is, it is necessary to take all this into the UEFI GUI.
    It's all possible and no difficulties for the engineers will not cause...
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    Addressable LED strips need to have individual LED color selections in static mode.

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    Some good ideas in the previous posts! I have compiled them and provide to our team to evaluate what could be implemented in future versions of AURA.
    And don't forget, Keep pushing it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by AkaNe@Asus View Post
    Some good ideas in the previous posts! I have compiled them and provide to our team to evaluate what could be implemented in future versions of AURA.
    I dont know if its another software or this time a hardware limitation that would require a bios update, but after tweaking LastProfile.xml in LightControl catalogue, we can increase number of leds per addressable strip from 60 to 128 but not further.

    It seems that its a programming bug, like if Aura microcontroller uses int8 variable to store led indexes, in8 can get values from -128 to 127 so if first led is "0" and last is "127" there is our limit... If thats the case, its pretty bummer, hopefully it can be updated somehow without need to switch to Z390 motherboard....

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    I'll go full geek mode here..

    Let us strobe all memory sticks end to end in either direction, at the same time. Was thinking something similar to how you'd see the warp core on the Enterprise when it pulses.



    Probably can't do it from both ends like the image (and it's likely not practical anyway), but being able to have it go fully in either direction on all the RAM modules at once would be pretty slick. Throw in a slider to adjust the speed of the effect to taste.

    Being able to tie it to RAM use would be nice, but I don't know that you have that capability in the hardware. Crucial used to have that built into it's Ballistix LED modules years ago, and it was a nice effect.
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