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Vengeance led/rgb/rgb pro faq

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Q: Vengeance LED/RGB/RGB PRO doesn’t change modes when I apply them in CORSAIR iCUE.

A: Some motherboard vendors have a feature called “SPD Write” disabled by default, this feature will need to be set to enabled for CORSAIR iCUE to control Vengeance LED/RGB/RGB PRO.


Q: Can I control Vengeance LED/RGB/RGB PRO from CUE?

A: Vengeance LED/RGB/RGB PRO are best controlled via CORSAIR iCUE. Vengeance LED and Vengeance RGB can be controlled by our legacy software, CORSAIR LINK™, as well if desired.


Q: Can I use 3rd party software to control my Vengeance LED/RGB/RGB PRO?

A: Currently, Vengeance LED/RGB/RGB PRO is best controlled with CORSAIR iCUE software and games/programs that use the CORSAIR iCUE SDK. While there are other RGB controlling software programs from various manufacturers, none provide the full experience that CORSAIR iCUE does currently.


Q: Can Vengeance LED/RGB/RGB PRO be used with my Lighting Profiles in iCUE?

A: Yes! With iCUE, you can create custom profiles with different lighting effects for Vengeance LED/RGB/RGB PRO.


Q: What color heatspreaders does Vengeance RGB/RGB PRO come in?

A: Vengeance RGB/RGB PRO are available in both black and white.


Q: Will there be a DOMINATOR RGB?

A: We cannot comment on unannounced products.


Q: What do I do if Vengeance RGB PRO is showing static red lighting on the top and bottom LED?

A: A lit red LED shining on the top and bottom of the Vengeance RGB PRO lightbar indicates that the module is in firmware update mode. To resume normal operation, force a firmware update from the iCUE Device Settings window and wait until all modules have successfully undergone a firmware reflash.


Q: Why does the Vengeance RGB PRO module lighting remain off when rebooting my system?

A: Vengeance RGB PRO uses a hardware save feature when it plays back a lighting effect. If you turn a module off (either by setting lighting to black or not assigning a lighting effect), the module lighting will remain off until a lighting effect or a color other than black is assigned to the module in iCUE.


Q: There seems to be a delay writing to the memory on my Z170/Z270 motherboard?

A: This is a known issue with some versions of the Intel Management Engine driver. We have found the shortest delay is with version of this driver, and recommend installing it for optimal use.

Edited by Corsair CJ
Updated. 9/17/18
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