OpenRGB Effects Plugin

Synchronize your setup with amazing effects

OpenRGB Effects Plugin

The OpenRGB Effects Plugin provides an extensive list of custom effects that can be synchronized across all devices that support Direct Mode. Many standard effects are available such as Rainbow, Visor, Breathing, and more. Advanced effects include several audio visualizations, Ambilight, GIF player, and a Shader renderer for using GLSL shaders as RGB effects.

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OpenRGB Visual Map Plugin

Lay out your devices however you like

OpenRGB Visual Map Plugin

Normally, OpenRGB effects engines apply patterns one device at a time. With the Visual Map Plugin, you can combine one or more devices into a custom grid, allowing incredible effects to shine across your entire setup as one unified display.

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Synchronize lighting across multiple brands of devices

OpenRGB Hardware Sync Plugin

Visualize system statistics with RGB

OpenRGB Hardware Sync Plugin

Want to keep an eye on your CPU and GPU temperatures while you're in game? The Hardware Sync Plugin will let you know if your temperatures are too high by changing the color of your RGB. Many more system parameters are supported as well, and multiple devices can indicate multiple measurements.

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OpenRGB Fan Sync Plugin

Integrate fan control into OpenRGB

OpenRGB Fan Sync Plugin

Controlling all your RGB in one place is great, but what about your fan speeds? The Fan Sync Plugin takes care of that. Using the same backend as the Hardware Sync Plugin, the Fan Sync Plugin lets you map one or more system parameters to control fan speeds, including custom fan curves.

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OpenRGB E1.31 Receiver Plugin

Control OpenRGB from light show software

OpenRGB E1.31 Receiver Plugin

OpenRGB provides an SDK for controlling lights from third party applications, but not all lighting software supports it. The E1.31 protocol is an industry standard widely used in both hobbyist and professional lighting control applications. Widely used for Christmas light shows, many sequencing programs such as Vixen Lights and xLights can control E1.31 devices. With the E1.31 Receiver Plugin, you can now create fully sequenced light shows for your OpenRGB devices.

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OpenRGB Scheduler Plugin

Schedule your RGB lighting

OpenRGB Scheduler Plugin

Want your RGB to shut off before bedtime but glow during the day? The OpenRGB Scheduler Plugin lets you create customized schedules so that your RGB works exactly as you want it to all throughout the day.

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