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Author Topic: MSI Z87 GD65 "Dragon" Motherboard - How to turn OFF blue LED?  (Read 2407 times)

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reflexez

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Hi guys, recently purchased this motherboard for my i7 4770k and I LOVE IT. BIOS works great and the computer boots up flawless with no errors.

My question is, the motherboard has a red theme to it, and my case is red/black as-well.

However, the mobo has a BLUE LED on it, when it is powered on. I Looked in BIOS but could not find a way to turn it off.

Is there any way to turn this blue LED off? It kind of ruins the red/black theme! :(

Please let me know,
Thank you!
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Look in the "Hardware Monitor' section of the UEFI/BIOS. Should be a disable of mainboard LED's.
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Nope , the option is NOT under hardware monitor

There is a "Power LED" option under the "advanced" setting, but it doesn't affect the "blue LED" for the BIOS , only the purple-redish LED for "audio" on the motherboard.....
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Settings Section, Sub Section 'Power Management'.
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