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CLCP not showing correct sensor data.


Koffi
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I installed a commander pro with 6 SP120 fans last night and I started off by using the new ICUE to control everything, however my fan RPMs are either not showing up, showing as 0RPM, or in the tens of thousands of RPM. I tried to install a temp sensor to see if that worked but it shows as 0C or 2.2C. Finally the voltage sensors for 12v 5v and 3.3v are always switching around and showing complete absurd numbers My LEDs work perfectly and I can control fan speeds its just the sensor data is messed up.

 

I switched back to Corsair LINK 4.9 and same thing all the sensor data is messed up and just completely not showing up(only fan#1 is there contantly showing random RPMs and fan#2 keeps showing 10000+RPM and then disappearing. I really don't know what else to try, I tried switching usb headers, updating drivers, updating CLCP firmware.

 

https://i.imgur.com/KsiEkHP.jpg - Corsair link sensors

https://imgur.com/gbW4sjR - Usb Header (for some reason i feel like its not plugged in all the way)

https://imgur.com/qy5ARCU - CLCP and Led Fan hub layout

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Usually (or at least the last 4 months), this is related to running another monitoring program at the same time. AIDA, HWiNFO, and most every other causes issues when run along side Link 4.9.x and iCUE. Can you take a look at what you have going? This is almost always software and not hardware in origination.
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Usually (or at least the last 4 months), this is related to running another monitoring program at the same time. AIDA, HWiNFO, and most every other causes issues when run along side Link 4.9.x and iCUE. Can you take a look at what you have going? This is almost always software and not hardware in origination.

 

Worked perfectly, I was using an Aida sensor panel. Thanks so much I knew it was gonna be some random software related problem.

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Yeah, sadly I did that only minutes before you posted while trying to run a brief stress test. iCUE has a different array of services than Link and CUE 2 and I have not quite figured out how to completely shut them down. Full exit will allow AIDA to work, but then after closing AIDA and restarting iCUE, it is still affected by the scrambled data. I can't even run Intel XTU with iCUE installed. The monitoring wars are getting a little out of hand. I shouldn't have to scrub and restart any time I want to change what I use to monitor my hardware.

 

If you don't have any just released Corsair RGB hardware, you can roll back to Link 4.8.xx. That was the last version before they changed their programming protocols. That one is friendly with other programs.

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