My computer has a Gigabyte EX58A-UD3R rev2 motherboard. I looked in to its motherboard hardware peripherals and I found that there are nearly 50 LEDs, they are grouped around 5 to 6. The Gigabyte’s windows utility used these LED to account CP/NB/DRAM/SB loading, frequencies, voltages and temperatures. In those both frequency and voltage LEDs works in windows and Linux and also in BIOS, memtest etc. so I can assume that they are directly related to Hardware and controlled by it. There is no such software control or interface. Whereas the Gigabyte DES2 utility (Dynamic Energy Saver 2) drives the temperature and load LEDs, so it means it must be controlled by a software. Now I want to just know that is there us any way of snooping for these LEDs? This means some kind of reverse reverse engineering the DES2 utility. So anyone have idea of where should I start searching the solution?