Gigabyte RGB Fusion
Gigabyte brings RGB LEDs directly to selected motherboards with its AORUS series. This means, for example, that RAM or PCI Express slots are already equipped with small LEDs. This intensifies the lighting effect, which is otherwise only created by RGB hardware components already installed. Here, too, supported hardware and peripherals (Gigabyte also offers corresponding graphics cards, keyboards, mice, headsets and housings) can be synchronized using the RGB fusion software. The RGB Fusion SDK, which is also available, allows extended customization – also with regard to third-party hardware.
Biostar Vivid LED
With the VIVID LED DJ, a feature on mainboards of the RACING series and the software of the same name, users have the possibility to define effects – but only to a limited extent. The software is not as mature as that of the competition. Addressable RGB LEDs are also currently not available Biostar. Even though they have led the RGB trend, they have unfortunately been dependent on the other manufacturers.
ASRock Polychrome RGB
Owners of a compatible ASRock mainboard can use ASRock Polychrome RGB and Polychrome Sync make various settings on the RGB lighting using the supplied software. These range from simple color changes and effects to temperature- and performance-dependent illumination of individual hardware components. LED components compatible with these boards are available from Reeven, Ainex, Akasa, Cougar and Silverstone.