How can I set the DEFAULT RGB lighting of my case/fans?

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  1. Posts : 223
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    How can I set the DEFAULT RGB lighting of my case/fans?


    I have 7 fans, 6 of them being RGB. My RAM is also RGB.

    Problem is that I set up a profile (colors) I like in Gigabyte Control Center, but whenever I shutdown the PC or reboot it, all of them and the entire case go back to its default color ie turqouise, and it takes about 20 seconds after logging into Windows for my fans and the entire case to be the color I want them to be.
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  2. Posts : 1,106
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    OpenRGB
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  3. Posts : 223
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    Malneb said:
    OpenRGB
    I'll try that now but what do I do with the RGB Fusion in GCC then? Do I turn the RGB off in it or do I leave it as is?
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    The gigabyte software should have a feature that saves the colors to the controller or it should be able to save profiles at least and then you would have to make it so the gigabyte app loads at startup so it can load the profiles. if it cannot do any of this then try OpenRGB,
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    Malneb said:
    The gigabyte software should have a feature that saves the colors to the controller or it should be able to save profiles at least and then you would have to make it so the gigabyte app loads at startup so it can load the profiles. if it cannot do any of this then try OpenRGB,
    Now I have completely ****ed up my PC's RGB schemes. It asked me about some LED_1 Bottom and LED_2 Top (or vice versa) stuff and I entered the incorrect numbers. I have removed the software from my PC. But when I go back into GCC, and say pick Red, it turns blue or green instead. How do I reset this? I see no such option in GCC to reset the LED header settings to default
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  6. Posts : 1,106
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    Restart the computer
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  7. Posts : 223
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    Malneb said:
    Restart the computer
    That doesn't work, it's ****ed up good now. How do I reset the entire LED Headers? Or RGB headers or whatever it's called.
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  8. Posts : 1,106
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    Reverse the zones what you made in the app, some hardware is not supported look to see if your motherboard is one of them lol.
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  9. Posts : 223
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    Malneb said:
    Reverse the zones what you made in the app, some hardware is not supported look to see if your motherboard is one of them lol.
    Time to flash the BIOS because of your dumb ass I guess. Thanks for ****ing up my PC retard. The worst part is you're actually laughing about it. **** you

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    If anybody can ACTUALLY help me then please do so, much appreciated. I need to reverse the damage I've done due to the retard above me.
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  10. Posts : 1,106
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    Maybe you should of spent some time looking at compat issues for your motherboard instead of just blindly running something without any thought.

    You might also think about not jumping to conclusions

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    You pulled the trigger i am not going to take accountability for your loss not my problem. Just like anything you do on the computer you should maybe look into it before hand.

    I don't have time to sit here and baby sit you through the process, your dumbass could not even state what Motherboard you are asking about. So if you give simple questions you will get simple responses in return, it is then up to your to figure out what to do with those responses.

    OpenRGB is a viable RGB controlling method to use because some OEM solutions are not very good or non existent depending on how the computer is setup but you have to spend some time looking into it before you use it.
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