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    Gigabyte teases Aorus TRX40 mainboard for Threadripper 3000

    This board will be launched alongside the first TR3K processors in early November.
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    • Gentle Viking's system
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      • Gigabyte Aorus extreme X399
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    Re: Gigabyte teases Aorus TRX40 mainboard for Threadripper 3000

    Look nice.
    But gigabyte should drop RGB, their RGB fusion software suck, and on my X399 Aorus extreme, the 2 revisions of the software this month just can not launch on my computer.
    It worked fine before when i was on a nvidia GFX card, but now with the 5700XT in the machine RGB fusion just crash every time i try to launch it.

    And don't get me started on the mundane lighting options the software have, i hope other brands have something better for the RGB whores out there.

    I want all yellow light, but this is what i have, only able to do yellow THX to G-skill software, and yellow on the fans THX to Corsairs own stuff.


    But at least the mobo decided to go red on me and not the stupid rainbow that otherwise seem to be default on the motherboard / ram and fans too.

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