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Old 08-26-2019, 01:38 PM
Astralen Astralen is offline
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Default Ironclaw RGB, how to create a hardware profile

Hello everyone,

I've tried for a day to find a way to create a hardware profile that is active when iCUE is not running but I cannot understand how it's done in iCUE. I did find them once and did delete them in order to try again since they would always mess with the RGB and "Forward" & "Back" buttons.

The reason for not wanting to run iCUE is that it doesn't allow my CPU to idle and therefore keeps Vcore at 1,488v all the time. When I turn off iCUE, Vcore goes back to sleep mode. (I'm sure this has been mentioned several times before)

My requirements for this profile is that:
1. I can set a static color to Blue
2. I can modify DPI
3. Forward button is Forward and Back button is Back (and not "1" and "2" like it is by default, who the hell thought that would be a good idea)

Big thanks in advance.
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Old 08-26-2019, 05:09 PM
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If you have deleted the Hardware Profiles from iCUE (Iron Claw RGB Wireless HW1-3), you probably with have to do a soft reset to get them back. Don't delete them. They do not mess with the Forward/Back buttons and are only active when the software is not running. That For=1, Back=2 stuff was on HW 2 and HW3 for some reason (intentional or otherwise) but it is simple to delete the action, NOT the entire profile save mechanism.

Follow the directions for the Dark Core Wireless.
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Old 08-27-2019, 02:56 PM
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Thanks a lot!

It's a wired one but I used the first instruction and it worked wonders. Now I'm back at trying to fiddle with iCUE and I think I found a solution.
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