[SOLVED] How well do the various manufacturers play together for RGB?

Anti-grandbean

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So, I think I may have made on oversight on my current ordered build when it comes to a unified synced RGB set. I, honestly, just didn't think about how each may have a proprietary software to run each.

I'll link my build from pcpartpicker.com. The parts are one day from delivery, so, I'm excited to piece it together.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/KnkpRJ

For those who don't want to click links or if the link doesn't work the parts are as follows:

CPU - Intel i7-9700k
CPU COOLER - Corsair H150i
MOBO - Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master
Ram - Corsair DDR4-3000 Vengeance RGB 32G (4 x 8)
GPU - MSI 2080 Duke
Storage - (2) WD M.2.2280 1TB
Case - Cooler Master H500M RGB
Fans - (6) Corsair ML120 RGB
PSU - Seasonic Focus 850W Platnium
OS - Windows 10
Keyboard - Logitech G910 Orion S
Mouse - Logitech G903

Again, this is just asking how well the RGB components play together.

Thanks!
 

Aeacus

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You won't get RGB sync with your build since you'll need to use different software between components, e.g:

CPU cooler - Corsair iCUE
MoBo - Gigabyte RGB Fusion
RAM - Gigabyte RGB Fusion or Corsair iCUE
Cooler Master RGB fans - Gigabyte RGB Fusion
ML120 Pro RGB fans - Corsair iCUE
KB & Mouse - Logitech Gaming Software

As far as how well the work together, well, some users have had issues with different RGB software programs running while others have not. For example, in my Skylake build (full specs with pics in my sig) i have Corsair iCUE and NZXT CAM working alongside each other without any issues whatsoever. In other words, you won't know it before you install the software and start playing around in them but usually, they play nice together.
 

Aeacus

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You won't get RGB sync with your build since you'll need to use different software between components, e.g:

CPU cooler - Corsair iCUE
MoBo - Gigabyte RGB Fusion
RAM - Gigabyte RGB Fusion or Corsair iCUE
Cooler Master RGB fans - Gigabyte RGB Fusion
ML120 Pro RGB fans - Corsair iCUE
KB & Mouse - Logitech Gaming Software

As far as how well the work together, well, some users have had issues with different RGB software programs running while others have not. For example, in my Skylake build (full specs with pics in my sig) i have Corsair iCUE and NZXT CAM working alongside each other without any issues whatsoever. In other words, you won't know it before you install the software and start playing around in them but usually, they play nice together.
 
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