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Old 07-13-2019, 08:38 AM
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So by the sounds of it, MSI just added that header so you can still control Corsair products with their "Dragon Center" software?
Exactly ... Corsair RGB controlled via Mystic Light.

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I do prefer to use iCUE for my RGB and fan curves since I have other Corsair products to sync.
While Mystic Light isn't as bad as some of the other motherboard RGB software out there, it's not as powerful as iCUE either. And it wouldn't be sync'd. So ... yeah. I'm with you there.

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While I plan on using the temperature probes (not sure where yet, though..) is it still possible to set a fan curve without them (say if the GPU, MOBO or CPU gets to a certain temp)?
Yes, you can. Just keep in mind that fans will be kickin' it 100% until the software loads. With the temp sensors, the CoPro can do fan speed control without the software running.
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