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Artemis RGB

An overview of the guides that'll teach you how to use Artemis

Artemis RGB Alternatives

The best Artemis RGB alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    OpenRGB is an all-in-one network-based software development kit that allows you to use third-party software to control all of your RGB.

    Open Source

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    Logitech G HUB is new software to help you get the most out of your gear. Quickly personalize your gear per game.

  3. DCIM software reinvented.

    Try for free Open Source paid Free Trial $600.0 / Annually (300 Assets)

    Try for free
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    Gaming Software

    Open Source

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    Razer Synapse is unified configuration software that allows users to rebind controls or assign...

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    Control and sync your favorite RGB devices from any brand.

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    CORSAIR iCUE software connects all your CORSAIR iCUE compatible products together in a single...

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    Windows 10/8/7/XP doesn't need SteelSeriesEngine.exe. Click here to know if SteelSeriesEngine is safe and how to avoid SteelSeriesEngine.exe errors.

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    The one-stop utility for syncing your RGB peripherals and components. Compatible with Corsair iCUE, Asus AURA, Razer Synapse, Logitech Gaming, MSI Mystic Light, and Cooler Master Masterplus.

  10. ckb-next is an open-source driver for Corsair keyboards and mice.

  11. A Wraith Prism RGB control application for Linux, built with GTK+ and Kotlin/Native.

  12. An entirely open source driver and user-space daemon that allows you to manage your Razer peripherals on GNU/Linux.

    Open Source

  13. The ultimate automation scripting language for Windows.

    Open Source

  14. Build and control your own DIY smart home Lights with diyHue. The Open Source Hue Emulator integrates 3rd party devices incl. Alexa, Openhab, Home Assistant

    Open Source

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