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OpenRGB - Change your peripheral's colors without Windows


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This is really cool. I was able to change the RGBs on my video card, motherboard and watercooler on Linux. Previously it depended on the manufacturer and what software they required but it was always just window's based. This is basically a universal RGB controller for most every device and OS.

 

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Do coloured peripherals make computers work better? 😁 I'm happy with plain old black boxes. The screen is where I want the RGB to be nice.

I just spent much too long searching the net for advice and tweaking the display on my new LG C1 OLED TV to look optimally beautiful. Extremely happy now but default manufacturer settings on TVs generally seem to be suboptimal in my experience.

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5 hours ago, sunrat said:

Do coloured peripherals make computers work better?

 

Are you new to computers ??? Of course they make pc's work much better and your productivity goes up too due to their mind enhancing effects. 😜

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2 hours ago, sunrat said:

Do coloured peripherals make computers work better? 😁 I'm happy with plain old black boxes. The screen is where I want the RGB to be nice.

I just spent much too long searching the net for advice and tweaking the display on my new LG C1 OLED TV to look optimally beautiful. Extremely happy now but default manufacturer settings on TVs generally seem to be suboptimal in my experience.

 

I usually turn off all lights. Everything you buy nowadays come with RGB colors. I turn them off on my mechanical keyboards and other things.

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