Hi guys. I know it's a stupid topic, and has nothing to do in a server forum, but here I am with my shiny lit beast, spatting rainbows... I installed Windows through a virtual machine (Proxmox / KVM) and was wondering if there is anything particular I should pass through or install to be able to control most RGB features through the provided software inside the VM itself, or eventually if I should try to control it through the command line directly. Below are some specs relevant to the rgb things in my box, as well as the software I am planning to use. - Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master (with i9-9900K if that's any relevant) - H100i liquid cooler (fans themselves are connected to Corsair's Lightning node pro) hooked on a usb 2.0 header on Motherboard. - Led strips (and RGB SSD daisy-chained to it) hooked to one of the RGB LED headers on the mobo. - 64GB of G-Skill Trident Z memory. I was planning on using RGB Fusion (Gigabyte's own software) to control the mobo lights and the strip, as well as eventually the RAM (although I heard that software aint playing nice and I'm better off with Gskill own software) but so far, I'm out of luck, probably because nothing is recognized properly. The RGB Fusion software even froze my vm once and I couldn't change anything on it (sadly no BIOS/UEFI control for RGB Fusion on that board). Unsure how I can eventually identify (if that's even possible) the RGB LED header on the mobo to passthrough directly to the windows machine to recognize and tinker with? Same question for RAM, although I realize now that I'm writing this that if I don't assign all of the RAM to the vm, I'll probably be out of luck too? I'm clearly out of my depth. Thanks in advance for any help!