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Old 07-06-2019, 10:45 AM
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Default Question: Do you need Corsair LINK if you have iCUE installed?

Do you need both programs or just iCUE now?
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Old 07-06-2019, 11:05 AM
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iCUE is the marriage of Link (internal devices) with the former CUE2 (for external peripherals). With both programs installed, Link should give you a message it is no longer in control and has been superseded by iCUE. There are a handful of older legacy devices that still need Link. That list is in the sticky section. You can uninstall Link or set it not to run on start up if you are uncertain about iCUE.
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Old 07-06-2019, 11:33 AM
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iCUE is the marriage of Link (internal devices) with the former CUE2 (for external peripherals). With both programs installed, Link should give you a message it is no longer in control and has been superseded by iCUE. There are a handful of older legacy devices that still need Link. That list is in the sticky section. You can uninstall Link or set it not to run on start up if you are uncertain about iCUE.
Thanks for that info. I was having issues with my LL fans and removed all Corsair software. I just won't install it again.
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