[Asgart Lab] What is the secret of RGB? It’s more fun to dig deeper!
In recent years, the three letters of RGB are very hot, and the word is mentioned in many DIY accessories. For example, say, mouse and keyboard, light bar, fan, motherboard, monitor - and memory. Such a set of configured hosts is really beautiful:
The biggest feature of RGB is that each lamp bead can be turned into a different color.
If you say, the keyboard can change the color of the lamp by hand, to change the color, but the memory bead is embedded in the PCB version, so how to adjust the color? Recently, Asgart has completely upgraded the flash mode of Lohhot's memory and turned it into RGB light. It is enough to let you manually change an RGB.
Let's teach you how to proceed.
First of all, you need to have an ASUS motherboard. If you are using RGB control, you can only support ASUS's Shenguang Synchronous AURA software.
After opening the UARA software, you will see that two devices are recognized inside, which can support the synchronization control of Shenguang. One is the motherboard, and the other is the memory. Then adjust to memory.
Then in the color, the past is to choose the default, this time to choose to follow the area. Then you will find that you can see a long, long, long, drop-down list:
Why is it so long? This is the key to RGB. Each color of the lamp has a corresponding option to adjust.
As shown in the figure, we have inserted four memory modules on the motherboard this time. There are five beads in each memory, so in the end there are a total of 20 lights that can be customized.
Ok, now everyone can adjust their RGB strips according to their own aesthetics.
To be honest, it is much easier to adjust the memory in this way than to change the lamppost for the keyboard!