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Old 06-28-2020, 11:42 PM
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Default Corsair H100i PRO XT icue temperature drops

I have a weird situation when in iCue the temperature sensor for the water loop will periodically drop to zero or even below that and then quickly jump back up to the actual temperature of the water in the loop. However, I have only noticed it while gaming and not when I am just browsing the internet.

So does that mean that the sensor may be going bad or is it more on the software side of things?

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Are you running any other monitoring software?
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Old 06-29-2020, 04:29 AM
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Are you running any other monitoring software?
Yeah, I am running ryzen master alongside it to monitor temperatures of the CPU. It appears to be running normally and within the range of the temperatures that I have been getting.

Oddly enough I think that it may be the new game that I bought that is interfering with iCue somehow as doesn't do this with any other game
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Ryzen Master won't be an issue. We've seen issues particularly with HWInfo.

And ... yeah, if it's only happening in one game than I'd suspect something with the game. What game would that be?
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Ryzen Master won't be an issue. We've seen issues particularly with HWInfo.

And ... yeah, if it's only happening in one game than I'd suspect something with the game. What game would that be?
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