I have the following problem.
I control my lighting via Armory Crate.
Mainboard, RAM, RGB headers all have static lighting.
Only the GPU (RTX 4090 TUF) gets separate, different-colored lighting.
I set this via device lighting.
I've recently noticed the following:
The PC starts, Windows starts and the lighting appears exactly as it should be.
Five to ten seconds later, all the lighting goes off and on again.
Mainboard, RAM, fans still have the correct color.
Only the GPU's TUF logo switches to rainbow mode.
It almost seems like some setting in Windows is overwriting something in Armory Crate.
Maybe someone has seen something similar before or maybe has an idea.
Many thanks in advance.
ROG Strix Z790 Gaming-F Wifi
RTX 4090 TUF OC
Hi @Vatergascoigne ,
based on your issue, may I ask have you make sure that Armoury Crate is at the latest version?
May I ask whether you have update Main SDK to version v2.01.05?
Please provide the Armoury Crate version and a screenshot of the Armoury Crate Update Center.
Could you please record a video illustrating the abnormal graphics card lighting issue for our reference?
Additionally, does the graphics card lighting consistently default to a rainbow effect?
What specific lighting effect have you currently set, and is it configured for all lighting effects, culminating in a transition to the rainbow mode?
Could you also help record and provide the relevant logs for us to investigate further?
For log operation steps, please refer to Q5: What is App Diagnostics? (New Feature)
After recording the log, please upload it to the cloud, approve access, and PM me the link.
Armory Crate and all components should be up to date.
I uploaded screenshots, video and the log file.
You can get the link via PM.
The lighting is set to static for all components.
For mainboard, LED strip and RAM via the Aura Sync function.
The color for the GPU was set separately.
Nothing was set for rainbow or color changing.
Could it possibly have something to do with the new RGB function in Windows 11?
That there might be conflicts?