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Old 10-19-2019, 10:32 PM
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Default Question H100i Pro

Hey guys is there a way in iCUE to turn off the rgb? I also have a rgb corsair keyboard and mouse, I want to keep the rgb on those devices. I Have looked in iCUE but could not find a way to just turn off the Hi100 Pro.

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H100i Pro Tab in iCUE. "+" to add lighting effect. Set the pump to Static 0,0,0 (black).
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Old 10-20-2019, 03:52 PM
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H100i Pro Tab in iCUE. "+" to add lighting effect. Set the pump to Static 0,0,0 (black).
Thank you good sir, my cpu temp dropped 5 degrees.
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Interesting. We've seen that to some extent on the Platinum series, but not the Pro. It is near certain to be a temp probe proximity issue rather than actual temp change, but still probably feels nice.
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Interesting. We've seen that to some extent on the Platinum series, but not the Pro. It is near certain to be a temp probe proximity issue rather than actual temp change, but still probably feels nice.
I see, so is there maybe something wrong with my AIO??
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Not quite how I would describe it. If you kill the LED and the coolant temp drops 5C in a flash, it means the coolant temp sensor is probably too close to the LEDs and is absorbing some of the heat. It would take a 95 TDP CPU about 3-5 minutes to heat the water up 5C. It would take 3-5 minutes for the cooler to shed 5C worth of heat. So if you see it change in a flash, it's not really there. There isn't an actual temp change to the coolant and thus no CPU temp change as well.

It seems like you wanted the LED off for other reasons, so this likely makes little difference. If it is an issue, contact Corsair support. With the LED thing, you are more likely to big changes with white vs purple or blue at 50%. That is another way to demonstrate it is a sensor issue rather than actual CPU heat.
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