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H150i - 3xML+ 3xLL120 (push/pull), 4xQL120 and icue 7000X RGB with 4x140S (wiring / connecting everything)
Alright, now I understand, thank you for explaining it to me :)! And about cable, okay now I feel more confident about it and I will know what do to (I think). Thank you for everything!
ICue - Poorly coded or a fat listening post?
Code and images take space, got it. This is why I mentioned 50 MB. I wouldn't even be upset if it was double that; it's not like storage space is expensive. This said, there is a large amount of unneeded data within the 800MB. Much of it is probably abandoned in place (possibly waiting for someone to find an exploit). Beyond the size, why so many services? Right now I've got the 4 listed above along with another 7 Corsair iCUE Component services. This isn't all though as each of these 7 extras appear to have spawned their own Console Window Host (command prompt) process. So now, we're up to 18 processes running just to read temperatures and blink lights. Thrashing is a thing.
High water temp solutions
sounds a bit high.. that was with 3 rads and the fans... slow?
how to configure icue
It’s doubtful the RAM is going to be controllable through CUE. It may have compatibility with MSI’s dragon center motherboard RGB software, but that in turn may cause issues with CUE. Your RGB strip likely has a “motherboard style” RGB connector made for 4 pins (12v) or 3 pins (5v). It’s possible to run generic strips from CUE but it would need to be connected to a Corsair controller and RGB channel, like on the Commander Pro. If you want a 1 touch lighting control, use the scenes on the left side of the main CUE tab. These act like a master control for lighting only and will override any current profile settings. However, that’s not going to help you understand how your gear works. There are brightness sliders in the device settings for each of your controllers, but unless you changed something they should all be at maximum.
Having trouble with key assignments
Yeah. Simply remapping it to enter the letter C didn't work either. It's just weird. I'm thinking it's definitely software issues as well. Every other aspect of the mouse and iCUE works as it should. Just key assignments while iCUE is running doesn't work. Thanks for the advice. I've contacted support and saved the logs. Hopefully they can figure out what's wrong with it.
Dominator Platinum DDR5 RGB "Lighting Enhancement" kits?
DDR5 can run pretty hot on 2 dimms already. it wasn't really a concern with DDR4