Win11 can now directly control motherboard RGB! ASRock is the first to respond
ASRock announced that its motherboards are the first to support Windows 11 built-in RGB Dynamic Lightning.
By doing so, ASRock motherboard users can control and adjust the motherboard RGB multi-color lighting effects directly in the system without installing any third-party control software, and can also link and synchronize the lighting effects with USB peripherals that support this feature.
This feature requires Windows 11 version 23H2. Download and upgrade the latest version of firmware on ASRock's official website (it will be with the words Dynamic Lightning), and you can directly control ASRock's motherboard's on-board RGB lighting effects, RGB/ARGB strips, or other supported USB peripherals, such as RGB gaming keyboards, mice, and so on.
However, it should be noted that this feature conflicts with ASRock's own Plychrome RGB control software, as well as similar software from other device manufacturers, and cannot be used at the same time.
ASRock motherboards that are already supported include some models of Intel 700/600 series chipsets and AMD X670/B650/A620/X570/B550 chipsets, which will be further enriched in the future.
It is believed that other motherboard manufacturers will soon follow suit, and it is also hoped that graphics card, chassis, and memory manufacturers will all unify their pace.