Asus is adding RGB Windows Dynamic Lighting support to its latest motherboards

You can now control the ROG lighting in Windows. | Photo by Tom Warren / The Verge

Asus is planning to support Microsoft’s new Dynamic Lighting feature that allows Windows 11 users to control a motherboard’s RGB lighting without needing a separate app. Asus has started testing new beta BIOS updates for both of its AMD 600 and Intel 700 series motherboards that include the Dynamic Lighting support.

Microsoft added Dynamic Lighting to Windows 11 in September, providing native RGB lighting controls inside Windows for the very first time. The feature lets users control RGB lights using the open HID LampArray standard, and manufacturers like Acer, Asus, HP, HyperX, Logitech, Razer, and Twinkly have all partnered with Microsoft to support this.

The Dynamic Lighting support on Asus’ latest motherboards requires a BIOS update…

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