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Old 02-21-2019, 05:14 PM
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Or atleast a mobile app for the beginning , i mean there is a app for everything . But not for a digital premium system like corsair rgb things.
Now your Talking!. yep. i could get on board with an app to control lighting and check temps etc?
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Old 02-21-2019, 05:22 PM
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Here's one suggestion.

"To control animation speed using coolant temp"

Normal animations could go from slow/mid/fast with some given temp thresholds.

Custom animations could speed up gradually by linking coolant temp user-set min/max values to the "lights per second" parameter in the individual animation properties.

That way one could have presets with fan curves that change animations automatically as the temp rises.

Another great addition to iCUE could be to be able to link coolant temp to a certain layer animation level (alpha level per layer) so certain things (like a red ripple) could slowly fade in (brightness) and also accelerates as the temp rises, and fades out / slows down as the temp goes down.
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