Turning RGB off when computer is off

Entering UEFI BIOS

You will need to enter your Computer’s UEFI BIOS settings, to access your UEFI (BIOS) the following steps should be performed.

1.) Open Windows Settings

2.) Click on Update & Security

3.) Click on Recovery.

4.) Under the “Advanced startup” section, click the Restart now button.

5.) Click on Troubleshoot

6.) Click on Advanced Options

7.) Click the UEFI Firmware settings options.

8.) Click the Restart button

ASUS Mainboard UEFI BIOS Setting

Look for a setting that says ROG Effects under the Advanced menu option. Click on Onboard LED, then select Disable or All off, and the RGB on your motherboard will shut off with your computer.

Or it may be found in Advanced, Onboard Devices Configuration, LED lighting, set When system is in sleep, hibernate or soft off states, All off.

Gigabyte Mainboard UEFI BIOS Setting

Under Miscellaneous “LEDs in Sleep, Hibernation, and Soft Off States” set to off.

Other Brands Mainboard UEFI BIOS Setting

If you notice a setting that accomplishes this please share with a staff member or moderator in the official Discord so we can add it to this list. Thanks!

All BIOS from every vendor from 2009 onwards should include a setting called ErP (Energy-related Products). That setting must be enabled to ensure all power from the PC is never greater than 1W in off states, therefore ensuring all LEDs also turn off.
1.) Install the Good Night! effect which can be found in Library inside of SignalRGB and manually switch to this effect when putting your computer to sleep or before shutting down your computer.

2.) Install the Good Night! effect which can be found in Library inside of SignalRGB and bookmark signalrgb://effect/apply/Good%20Night%21 in a browser or create a batch file with the following start signalrgb://effect/apply/Good%20Night%21|