Jump to content
Corsair Community

iCUE v4.9.350 Release Notes


Recommended Posts

  • Administrators
Software Enhancements
  • iCUE 4 is now a 64-bit application and features an extensive overhaul to the user interface to improve usability and provide a better experience
  • When mousing over device images on Home Screen, you are now able to view all of the tabs for the device – clicking on the tab will bring you directly there
  • Audio and Mice products will now allow you to select DPI or EQ setting directly from the Home Page
  • Implemented Mouseover for EQ on Home Page
  • Quick Lighting Zones have been re-introduced in iCUE to allow users to create custom LED groups (or select from our default list) for lighting assignment
  • NVIDIA FE GPUs will no longer appear as ASUS GPUs
  • When updating to iCUE 4 from iCUE 3, the software will create a backup of your profiles so you can roll back to the previous version without losing your data
  • iCUE allows you to watch our latest tutorials on YouTube – to access these videos, click the ? icon on the upper right of the window
  • iCUE backgrounds can now feature either a custom image or a custom video
  • To improve ease of use, Right Click has been introduced back into iCUE – users can now right-click on the device image to assign lighting or key assignments
  • Instant Lighting has been replaced by Scenes – Scenes function similar to Instant Lighting but now allow users to quickly assign any predefined Lighting Effect to all of their devices; users can also click on the + icon to create your own effects
  • Home Screen supports Sensor Widgets from the dashboard
  • “Set to Default” has been reintroduced back to iCUE – users who assign a profile as default (marked with a Home icon) will set iCUE to always launch with the default profile being the active profile
  • iCUE now features Notifications so users can be notified of firmware updates, errors, and other software related messages
  • Most of your settings previously found in iCUE 3 will now be listed in the ‘Device Settings’ tab for your specific device
  • iCUE 4 will now also feature step by step wizards for assisting with setup – as we continue to make improvements to the software, additional wizards will be implemented for more devices
  • Integrated tutorials are now available to guide users towards creating Lighting Effects and Key Assignments – we will continue to develop additional tutorials in future versions of iCUE

View full version

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Create New...