New beta AURA 1.05.32.02
Time to testing.
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Fix compatibility issue with latest Win10 version
Add support for ROG Strix Flare keyboard
Can install and run Aura software on laptops and any other platforms
Increase the support number of Addressable LED to 120 for each Addressable header
Improve system stability
Improve and adjust effect settings
Add multi-language support
Fix issue with Z170 Pro Gaming Aura UI not showing properly
Fix ROG Claymore flickering issue in Breathe mode
for Windows 7 32-bit & 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit (support depends on CPU)
Motherboard: Asus Z370 Prime A
BIOS version: 0605
OS: Windows 10 64
Memory kit: Gskill TridentZ 16Gb DDR4 3200 Mhz
Graphics card: Asus Strix Gtx 1080ti
Cooling solution: Nzxt Kraken X62
Aura version: 1.05.28
my problem is that I can't control the leds on the motherboard, those on the pcb near the ram.
When I launch aura and I click on the link icon under the vga the program asks me to save but then crah.
I tried to uninstall everything, clean with aura cleaner, reset bios and remove the battery, but the problem is not solved.
Thanks in advance for the help.
tenaflyvipers wrote:If there is no headers on your mobo you can't sync the silverstone module nor any of its kind like the Akasa one. Sorry
I realize that the Z370-G has no RGB header, but where would we plug in something like the Silverstone LSB01? And if we got RGB fans that were also Aura compatible can we only control the fans and not the rgb on the fans?
Any assistance is greatly appreciated. I bought Aura Sync compatible Fans and LED's but I am starting to think even that might be useless with this board. I have to wonder why the ITX gets a dedicated RGB header and it has less real estate than the mATX board. No love for mATX I suppose. This is the first PC I have built with my son and so far everything has been easy except the stupid lights.
If there is no headers on your mobo you can't sync the silverstone module nor any of its kind like the Akasa one. Sorry