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Hello,

I have a few Corsair devices and I started to have problems with one. I'm talking about mouse M65 RGB Elite. Since a week ago everything worked fine. I had Logo and scroll LED set to react to GPU Temperature and it worked like a charm. Next day LED switched off compleatly. Any other setting was working besides Temperature and LED was ok. From what I have learned from this forum problem was in version of iCUE. I had v3 and there is newer v4. I've installed newer one and LED is reacting to Temperature again, BUT... now it reacts to Hot Spot of GPU (Hot spots for Radeons can reach even 110*C when core temp can be at 65*C) instead of core temperature like it was before. I hope you're gonna fix this issue soon because now its usless to me 😞 this was one of the adventages that made me buy this mouse. That was a pretty neat feature because I have heavy modded PC with everything watercooled, and I like to have temperatures at hand 😄
If it helps here is my GPU model: Radeon 5700XT

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But when you select the temp option, there is also an option from which sensor it should get the temp from, like CPU, GPU, MB and so on

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You want GPU temp #1. That is diode sensor you have always used. CUE 4.18 just added up to two additional sensors for GPU, but this may vary by model. Older GPUs may not have more than one. Some newer ones have 7-9. 
 

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There's nothing like this in iCUE v.4 😞 but it was in v.3 (temp setting doesnt work anymore) so its not related to older model of GPU which is not that old, c'mon. My guess is that app dev was in a hurry because of deadline or something so he add support of only newest models and thats all. I'm just dissapointed. All I want now is official answer from Corsair about what was the reason of cutting out functionality after update. If there will be no answer then I'm forced to buy other device to have that under control where previously that mouse solved my two problems at once.

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You sure you're on steady ground here?  Your responses are all over the place and it's not clear if you don't understand how to use the program or are having difficulty adjusting to the CUE 4 interface.  GPU temp lighting is still available and can be selectively applied.  After you create the Lighting Link temperature effect, choose GPU temp #1 (or any other desired variable), choose the areas you wish to display this lighting, and then hide the effect on any devices where you do NOT want it to show the Lighting Link. 

 

 

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I tested all of those already. And sadly as I said there's no second sensor for GPU. Only one appears and one for CPU. Rest is for MB temps and none of them is for GPU from what I can see. Edit: I know how to set it on because I had same settings in previous version and it was all good before.
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On 12/31/2021 at 8:41 AM, c-attack said:

CUE 4.18 just added up to two additional sensors for GPU, but this may vary by model. Older GPUs may not have more than one. Some newer ones have 7-9. 

 

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You sure you're on steady ground here?

For your knowledge this GPU has 6 temp sensors. I see you clearly have no knowledge on GPU's and you are also ignoring fact that I already typed few times that previous version was working good and was gathering temp data from core temp sensor perfectly. So I'm asking you nicely... stop answering to this post. You are not helping and Idk you are trying to achieve. Be smarter than me? Or force me to give up and close this topic? This was rhetorical question btw. Thanks for try anyway.

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