Lights & Software
As far as RGB lighting on the board all you have is a small strip of LEDs on the bottom of the larger heatsink on the board.
Gigabyte has finally replace their App Center with the new Gigabyte Control Center. By default this software gets installed when you load Windows for the first time. I would suggest installing it as it makes it very easy to download all of your needed drivers and software at once.
Once you have all of your drivers installed you can click on the Home button and you’ll see your compatible devices, so for us it is our motherboard and memory. For each you can go into RGB Fusion and customize your RGB lighting as well as sync the RGB lighting across your different devices.
Once you are in RGB Fusion you’ll also get access to Fan Controls and Performance controls. Under fan control you can select each fan you have connected to the board and either set a pre-set fan curve or set a manual curve.
Under Performance the first tab is Information, which will show your information on y our CPU, Motherboard, and Memory. The next tab is CPU. Here you can set CPU frequencies, Voltages, and power limits.
After CPU is Memory. You can easily enable your XMP profile here. The last section is System Alert. Here you can set Voltage, Temperature, and Fan alerts.