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Old 01-11-2019, 07:05 AM
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Default lighting effect when iCUE isn't running

i am trying to find out what the effect effect is that my commander pro uses when the system is locked or when the iCUE software is not running, this video is what i am after
the hardwear lighiting in iCUE says its Rainbow wave but thats not the same and the nearest is colour warp which is different but is the closest.

can anyone tell me how to get that withe out quiting out of iCUE everytime i boot my PC, the lights are doing it so it must be there somewhere.
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Old 01-11-2019, 07:14 AM
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For now you're stuck with what's provided in iCUE for hardware lighting.

Not sure if that's gonna change in the future and allow for something more ellaborated.

I set them as Rainbow wave and forget about it.
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Old 01-11-2019, 11:12 PM
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I made a post when v3.10 came out about this:

Originally Posted by TheDakk View Post
Thank you! Is it possible to do this same lighting config in iCue?

If so, any chance you can get a copy of that version? or at least instructions on how to set it up.

BTW, If it's not Rainbow Wave, the label should be changed in my opinion.

I really want this profile badly as well, Corsair James was going to check but doesn't look likely that they'll implement it :/
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