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Old 12-23-2018, 05:14 PM
RodrigoDRT RodrigoDRT is offline
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Default Lighting out of place/offset?

Is this correct or I got a faulty piece? first this is how I set it on iCUE, just the 3 center lights where the corsair logo is, I've set them to green. Considering that theres a total of 19 "light slots", there should be one accuratelly aligned to the middle, so everything should be even, thats not the case:
I think it can be seen that the light is stronger on the right side, like if an extra led is lit there, but on iCUE its perfectly centered:

is that how every k95 is or I got 'lucky' ?
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Old 12-23-2018, 06:36 PM
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No, I am afraid this is normal. Long before there was a K70 Mk.2, I (along with probably everyone else) had the idea of lighting up just the logo and not the rest of the bar. It's a rather subjective thing, but on all my K95P boards, it works better lighting up the three leds - with a left shift. The bar LEDs are not exactly flawless, there are two definite dark spots, and it takes a little practice to figure out how to minimize the faults. I tend to turn it all on, then soften the brightness for the bar to minimize the spots. This has been noted by many and surely something that will be improved whenever the next version rolls around. To that end, one of the more interesting things about the MK.2 series is the Corsair logo is a 2 LED panel that reproduce its own rainbow, color shift, rain effects, etc. I actually quite like that part.
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