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Old 05-24-2019, 04:22 PM
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I need iCUE to check the BATTERY of my Void Pro headset... is there any other way I can just check the battery??

Like who needs 6 tabs full of crap? You guys sold a great headset, could you lay off the bloatware?
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Not sure everyone would appreciate individual applications for the 2 dozen different devices iCUE can control plus monitoring. As for bloatware, if you are still sitting on 4GB of RAM and 128GB HDD, it's time to upgrade or get a PS4.

It's possible some of the other multi-spectrum full monitoring tools like HWiNFO may pick up battery level. They can read my UPS without software.
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I need iCUE to check the BATTERY of my Void Pro headset... is there any other way I can just check the battery??

Like who needs 6 tabs full of crap? You guys sold a great headset, could you lay off the bloatware?
Well, imagine me complaining that I would need to run half a dozen programs to run my keyboard, mouse, cpu cooler, CoPro and lighting nodes......

Oh wait, in the past I had to run CUE and Link to run all that stuff..... guess this might be a step up?
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