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Re: Are the Gigabyte cards really not good? 2023/02/19 16:12:48 (permalink)
I've read that MS is working on native argb support in W11 so that would alleviate the need for all of the different software to control the lights.

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Re: Are the Gigabyte cards really not good? 2023/02/20 14:06:04 (permalink)
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I've read that MS is working on native argb support in W11 so that would alleviate the need for all of the different software to control the lights.


I saw a Beta for it last week but it took some REGEDIT skills so I didn't bother, I will wait for a finished product
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