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I just recently upgrade to windows 11 from a fresh install, not from an upgrade. I used the latest and the latest legacy icue but both versions are making windows beep like every 30 seconds. The only way to stop it is to close icue. I am using 7 LL 120 fans and 2 240 LL fans for the radiator. My system is down here.

 

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Funny you say that, I have an AMD 5950X build with an X570 Gigabyte Master mobo, and the same thing happens with Windows 11, wait until iCUE starts shutting your computer down. I have an EVGA 3080Ti also, and almost every part your has except for a Corsair 500Dse case and a few different things. 

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I do think that the software is thinking that a device is being connected or disconnecting. That is the sound I found by looking at the sound option. 

2 hours ago, alan1476 said:

Funny you say that, I have an AMD 5950X build with an X570 Gigabyte Master mobo, and the same thing happens with Windows 11, wait until iCUE starts shutting your computer down. I have an EVGA 3080Ti also, and almost every part your has except for a Corsair 500Dse case and a few different things. 

Did this ever happen in windows 10?  

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13 hours ago, daddyd302 said:

I do think that the software is thinking that a device is being connected or disconnecting. That is the sound I found by looking at the sound option. 

Did this ever happen in windows 10?  

No, but I upgraded to Windows 11 Pro asap, when the build was together. I am so damn frustrated I dont know what to do, when it shuts down, there is no blue screen, so that what leads me to believe its not a Windows issue, I think its either the software or the motherboard or RAM is bad. Did you buy your already built or did you put it together yourself? 

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On 12/26/2021 at 9:28 AM, alan1476 said:

No, but I upgraded to Windows 11 Pro asap, when the build was together. I am so damn frustrated I dont know what to do, when it shuts down, there is no blue screen, so that what leads me to believe its not a Windows issue, I think its either the software or the motherboard or RAM is bad. Did you buy your already built or did you put it together yourself? 

I built it myself. Since Corsair is on vacation I just silence the sound of connecting and disconnecting. I seriously doubt they will help us on this matter...

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Same here, tried going to previous version of ICue, going in the software and closing it is constant hang ups and crashes. Have to hard crash wait 15min and then restart icue with the potential of this happening again. 

On windows 11 

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9 hours ago, daddyd302 said:

I built it myself. Since Corsair is on vacation I just silence the sound of connecting and disconnecting. I seriously doubt they will help us on this matter...

Not everyone's on vacation 🙂 Create a ticket @ https://help.corsair.com and the support team should be able to help you out. Please note that this is their busiest time of the year.

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On 12/24/2021 at 4:41 PM, daddyd302 said:

AMD 5900X**Gigabyte X570 Master **Aorus Master

 

On 12/25/2021 at 5:46 PM, alan1476 said:

I have an AMD 5950X build with an X570 Gigabyte Master mobo

This is an issue that affects recent AMD motherboards from x570 forward, regardless of brand. X470 owners who updated to a more recent bios version are often affected as well.  Most users need a powered USB  hub to make up for the low output on the MB side. However, if your system was not doing this before and then suddenly started after an OS upgrade, I would reinstall your chipset drivers that control usb traffic to see if this corrects the issue. Some devices need more motherboard-side input than others so user experiences are not always the same, even when on identical boards. 

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