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Uninstall it . iCUE full with bugs since months. İts more buggy with 1903 freezing.

 

Install Corsair Link.

 

Not sure what your experience with a hardware problem has to do with his disappearing fan curves/temp readings/devices or whatever. You need to contact support to see about replacing your H100i v2 or go buy whatever other thing you want. Implying your situation is somehow related to his or that you even have one piece of hardware in common does help resolve the OP's issue.

 

No issues on 1903 for me, but then of course each system is somewhat unique.

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Can you be a little more specific. "Everything" does not help with bug isolation.

It is not saving my fans curves for the commander pro, I command the fan speeds for the gtx 1080 ti's temperatures. The all in one cpu cooler, fan curves and the pump's speed sets to silence whereas I'm using it at the maximum since there's no way of regulating the pump's speed by temperrature, but could be resolved with a simple software adaptation, nevermind, Corsair. But the lighting still saves.

 

Uninstall it . iCUE full with bugs since months. İts more buggy with 1903 freezing.

 

Install Corsair Link.

Nah, I'm good, I'm gonna clean the registry, and, reinstall it somewhat.

 

Not sure what your experience with a hardware problem has to do with his disappearing fan curves/temp readings/devices or whatever. You need to contact support to see about replacing your H100i v2 or go buy whatever other thing you want. Implying your situation is somehow related to his or that you even have one piece of hardware in common does help resolve the OP's issue.

 

No issues on 1903 for me, but then of course each system is somewhat unique.

 

Indeed, gonna reinstall it I guess, clean everything with Asus DIP5 like CCleaner, clean the register. Gonna work again.

 

 

 

 

Corsair: still a very good brand, good customer support, correct products, I'm still happy, but, this issue is weird, I think it's on my side on a brand new Windows 10 version 1903.

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It is not saving my fans curves for the commander pro, I command the fan speeds for the gtx 1080 ti's temperatures. The all in one cpu cooler, fan curves and the pump's speed sets to silence whereas I'm using it at the maximum since there's no way of regulating the pump's speed by temperrature, but could be resolved with a simple software adaptation, nevermind, Corsair. But the lighting still saves.

 

OK, that is the 'fan curve delete' bug referenced in the release notes for 3.16.57. It has been hanging around in the 3.15-3.16 versions with intermittent hits. I know people who get bit every time. It has only happened to me once. Corsair suggested in the patch notes the fix will be in 3.17.

 

In the meantime, make sure you back up the contents of your C:Users/(name)/App Data (hidden)/Roaming/Corsair folder to a safe place. That is all your profiles and settings and can be dropped back into CUE if you get a total wipe of the fan curves or anything else. Specifically, the curves are in the Corsair/iCUE/Cooling folder. Quit iCUE and the services, drop the copy of the cooling folder in, launch iCUE and it should return. Others have suggested their odds are better when quitting iCUE before shutdown, but I never do this and don't get stung, so I am not sure what the real trigger might be.

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OK, that is the 'fan curve delete' bug referenced in the release notes for 3.16.57. It has been hanging around in the 3.15-3.16 versions with intermittent hits. I know people who get bit every time. It has only happened to me once. Corsair suggested in the patch notes the fix will be in 3.17.

 

In the meantime, make sure you back up the contents of your C:Users/(name)/App Data (hidden)/Roaming/Corsair folder to a safe place. That is all your profiles and settings and can be dropped back into CUE if you get a total wipe of the fan curves or anything else. Specifically, the curves are in the Corsair/iCUE/Cooling folder. Quit iCUE and the services, drop the copy of the cooling folder in, launch iCUE and it should return. Others have suggested their odds are better when quitting iCUE before shutdown, but I never do this and don't get stung, so I am not sure what the real trigger might be.

 

Well, at least, I'm not the only one suffering from this.

 

Nah, I'm goog, I will wait the next version to be released and I will configure again, it takes not so much of time to do.

 

But, do you think that there's a way of getting an older version of iCue like the nvidia drivers?

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I know people who get bit every time. It has only happened to me once.

 

 

Yep.. It gets me pretty much every shutdown if i dont shut iCUE down prior to shutting down.... as said... it's reported bug and a fix should in place for 3.17 :)

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Yep.. It gets me pretty much every shutdown if i dont shut iCUE down prior to shutting down.... as said... it's reported bug and a fix should in place for 3.17 :)

 

And I hope they will add the % of battery of the headset for the taskbar icon.

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