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"Other devices" on Device Manager
Thank you. Problem for this "other device" solved! I already have the Intel Driver & Support Assistant. But it did not find any update, after I removed "base system device". However, Corsair website has a driver for it. I downloaded it and it fixed the problem.
What are your Cinebench scores for i9-13900K owners?
Thanks for the link to Cinebench 2024. I used it to benchmark my i7400 and found the scores are about 10% lowered than the average scores of these devices. It is probably not worth the effort to tweak them to get 10% gain for my uses (software development). The scores from my i7400 are: 4090: 31,630 Single core: 125 Multi core: 1910
Key Assignment: text injection - Unexpected behaviour
I’m on CUE 5.6.98. Test Assignment was “My random string of text.” Here was me using it in the forum text box where it enters it as a block as expected
Lighting node core to commander core
With the Elite Capellix AIO you'll get a Commander Core. That's PWM speed control for 6 and RGB control for 6. With the 5000D Airflow Case, you'll get a 6 fan PWM repeater. This is a like a powered splitter and can take the remaining case fans. It will connect to 1 PWM header on the Commander Core and all fans will run the same speed. You throw some of those banks of three on there as you don't need independent speed control there. You won't have a Lighting Node Core RGB controller with the 5000D Airflow (it does come with the X version), but you will get it any 3 pack of 120mm RGB fans. So if you are adding ML-Elite or SP-Elite, make sure you get one "multi-pack" for the RGB control. That will be RGB for another 6 fans and that covers all your needs. Each RGB controller needs a USB 2.0 port on the motherboard. Most only have 2, so that's both of them. PWM hub, Commander Core, and Lighting Node Core all need a SATA connection from the PSU for power. You'll need to split the fans into two groups for the two RGB controllers. Each group is independent of the other, so make sure your fan groups reflect those you wish to display a common lighting effect -- or more precisely, sequential lighting effects. That could be front 3 + top 3, but also front 3 + side 3. User choice.
DDR 5 specs and cooler fan specs
Don’t forget static pressure (as pc manufacturers use it) is directly tied to RPM, so a little 40x40mm fan that runs 4000 rpm will have a very gaudy SP value listed and move about 9 cfm, totally unsuitable. Airflow is still the thing you’re after. A ML fan will have better airflow against moderate or better resistance compared to a LL fan by design. It’s got 7 flatter blades vs 9 with medium rake. Is it really going affect your cooling? Likely not. I swap fans on and off my 64mm thick 480mm radiator and it’s tough to tell if anything changes. I know the ML-Elite moves more air through, but ultimately the difference is so small it doesn’t matter. The more radiator real estate you have, the less fan choice will matter. In a single 120mm radiator it matters quite a bit. Less so as you go up. For case fan use the same applies against tight dust filters, but generally you won’t notice a difference here either in regards to case ambient. Sometimes a particular fan blows in exactly the right spot on the motherboard at knocks your m.2 drive or outer ram stick down a few degrees, but that’s a bit lucky one way or the other. As for RAM, Corsair isn’t even listing the XMP timings on a lot of kits on their website and you have to go chasing that down elsewhere, so they definitely aren’t going to list single vs dual rank. Dual rank will typically give you a bump in maximum copy throughput. That may or may not be useful. I have not done a lot of heavy testing in DDR5, but in ddr4 some games definitely benefitted from dual rank and I was pretty stunned to see my 4000 dual kit run noticeable higher frame rates on high resolution monitors vs a single rank kit at 4666. With a pair of Pro Art motherboards gaming may not be the focus anyway, but the dual rank and more likely higher frequency will matter. Frequency is still king for most things here. The odd spot are these new M die Hynix 24GB modules the scale well and leave the prior 32GB behind. I don’t know how much capacity you need and 96GB (2x48) info is very hard to find, but there are new Dominator Titanium modules that will have the M die 24GB modules. As for single vs dual on those kits in 6000-7000 range, all you can do is google around and comb through OC/Reddit threads looking for posts with Taiphoon burner or similar info. Sometimes you can find professional reviews with the same info.
iCUE v5.6.98 Release Notes
As per the full release notes, this is correct. This version only removes a message.