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CUE causing massive FPS drop upon movement of my new Glaive RBG


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As the title says, when i'm in game(Rainbow Six Siege) and i'm not moving my mouse at all, my fps is normal(around 100-120), but the second i move my mouse at all i drop to 30-40 fps and its unplayable. My mouse is Glaive RBG and i have had it for two days. I think it has something to do with CUE. before the glaive, i had CUE 1 and never had any issues with my corsair products(k70 rgb and void wireless rgb) but since i got this new mouse i updated my CUE and that's when the fps lag started. I've searched plenty and have not found a fix. can anyone help??? i really want to enjoy this mouse and play rainbow six!

 

Thanks for any help

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I have the same problem, the FPS when playing the game decline dramatically from 70 FPS to a variation of 10 FPS to 33 FPS, which undoubtedly ruins the experience in RAINBOW 6.

 

In turn closed the CUE Corsair Useless Engine and fixed the problem, which indicates a poor optimization of CUE Software for games. Immediately return to 70-75 FPS.

 

Unfortunately I also have headphones corsair and the audio I can not fix it to sorround because it needs the CUE to work. Basically I am locked in this corsair system and I feel damaged by the components of this company.

 

CUE Version 2.2450

 

12 GHz Ram

Windows 7 64 Bits

AMD Phenom II X4 955 3.2 Ghz

And GLAIVE RBG mice Corsair

Void Surround Corsar

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Maybe its related to Rainbow 6 Siege. I have a Glaive mouse and a K70 Lux keyboard and do not experience these issues in any of my games. The latest iCue is 3.2.87 . This replaces the older versions. It runs all connected Corsair items.

Glaive/K70 Lux/RGB Vengeance ram/ 5x 120ML rgb fans/4 rgb strips all running of iCue 3.2.87 on my pc without issue.

Try uninstalling all CUE software, reboot,install new, reboot. Should be good .

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As the title says, when i'm in game(Rainbow Six Siege) and i'm not moving my mouse at all, my fps is normal(around 100-120), but the second i move my mouse at all i drop to 30-40 fps and its unplayable. My mouse is Glaive RBG and i have had it for two days. I think it has something to do with CUE. before the glaive, i had CUE 1 and never had any issues with my corsair products(k70 rgb and void wireless rgb) but since i got this new mouse i updated my CUE and that's when the fps lag started. I've searched plenty and have not found a fix. can anyone help??? i really want to enjoy this mouse and play rainbow six!

 

Thanks for any help

 

R6 is a CPU intensive game, if you have an older CPU that cant handle the load applied from CUE you will see a drop in FPS from Seige. Disabling lighting effects might help free up some CPU power. Also, try setting the affinity of the game, in task manager, to real-time but expect CUE to lag or crash out completely if your CPU cant cope.

 

I have the same problem, the FPS when playing the game decline dramatically from 70 FPS to a variation of 10 FPS to 33 FPS, which undoubtedly ruins the experience in RAINBOW 6.

 

In turn closed the CUE Corsair Useless Engine and fixed the problem, which indicates a poor optimization of CUE Software for games. Immediately return to 70-75 FPS.

 

Unfortunately I also have headphones corsair and the audio I can not fix it to sorround because it needs the CUE to work. Basically I am locked in this corsair system and I feel damaged by the components of this company.

 

CUE Version 2.2450

 

12 GHz Ram

Windows 7 64 Bits

AMD Phenom II X4 955 3.2 Ghz

And GLAIVE RBG mice Corsair

Void Surround Corsar

 

Your running on a Phenom II... That's your problem. iCUE is already one of the lightest RGB utility engines out there, but that doesn't mean it doesnt take CPU power. Try setting the affinity of the game, in task manager, to real-time. But you're going to need to upgrade your CPU or pick games that aren't CPU intensive because you're essentially trying to play R6 on a modern Pentium processor. Probably just enough to game but dont expect to game and do anything else real-time.

 

I have been having the same issues when playing WoW, DMC, Witcher 3, and a few of my Steam games.

 

Uhhh, I don't think any of those games are CPU killers. You might want to look into a clean Window's install.

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Hello All,

 

I'd agree with Inheritance on all accounts.

 

killzomer00 you may also want to consider a fresh install of Windows depending on how long it's been. I personally prefer to do a clean install every 6-12 months. It always tends to give a new life to a system!

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may be conflict? cue use some internal windows resource, and something else could be used by your soft, forexample i use magical glass for zoom, and only when cue in the ram, it's work perfect, if i close cue, magical glass glitch, in your opposit situation, it's may be depend of some windows software, like .net, or some c++ dll, i think you have to open any system manager for see what files are active from parents process cue, and soft, where drop fps exist, i do not belive it cpu problem, it's look like background conflict of active libraries, what try to use same ram address, or it could be cpu problem, but with same etimologia, in any way you can open process hacker or any other soft for look for library what's force cpu/gpu leak
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