GIGABYTE Xtreme Gaming Software
The GIGABYTE Xtreme Gaming software we see in this image shows multiple boxes, as this software covers many products with RGB LED control. Since this was installed just for the use of the XTC700, it is the only product that shows up as addressable.
After clicking on the image of the cooler in the last image, we are sent right into the cooler menu. At this time, the cooler is displaying the LEDs in a cycling mode of colors. We have two other modes to choose, as well as the ability to turn them off, and we also are given control of the brightness and speed of the current mode.
If you select the breathing or static mode of use, the rest of the menu opens up with full access. At this point, we can choose colors by sliding the arrow across the first band of colors, enter in RGB code numbers, or simply choosing one of the eight preset options. As always, be sure to apply and changes made here before exiting the software.
There is also a secondary component to this software that we see here. By clicking on the wrench in the top-right corner of the main menu, you open this window. While not specific to the XTC700, except the general settings section, we thought we would show all aspects of the software anyways.
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