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I just reinstalled my windows 10, and my Icue dashboard is showing extra fans / temps for my motherboard, also a fan showing 65280 rpm? also Temp #7 is randomly spiking to 127 degrees Celsius but nothing appears to be actually warm in my pc. I had version 4.20.169 of icue before on my previous install, and had no issues, I believe v4.20.169 is still the most updated one as of today. I've tried to reinstall with no luck, also have tried repairing it as well and no luck. Any help would be appreciated, thanks
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I have the corsair SP120 RGB Elite (3 pack) that comes with the lighting node core, my bios shows 3 fans, which should be 1-3, and fan 4 shows as my pump.

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This is common for most motherboards and there is a specific issue with the underlying SDK monitoring kit for Asus boards for the last several releases.  The phantom 65K CPU fan speed and other garbage MB sensor values are there for all Asus users.  Duplicates are common as well.  You can delete them from the display and they will not return unless you reset your configurations.

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2 hours ago, c-attack said:

This is common for most motherboards and there is a specific issue with the underlying SDK monitoring kit for Asus boards for the last several releases.  The phantom 65K CPU fan speed and other garbage MB sensor values are there for all Asus users.  Duplicates are common as well.  You can delete them from the display and they will not return unless you reset your configurations.

Thanks for the quick reply! So it’s software related? I was concerned it was something wrong with my mb :’)

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Yes, it’s definitely software related and I believe we are waiting for a fix from the licensed SDK kit they use to monitor other data. Another user noted the standalone version of the software has been corrected, so hopefully the fix will be implemented soon. 
 

All of those crazy values are false. Nothing on your motherboard is 127C or below room temp at 15C and the crazy cpu fan header registers 65,000 rpm even when nothing is connected. These do not affect functionality unless you direct a fan in CUE to use one of the false values as a sensor. If you completely quit iCUE and the Corsair.service and CPUID service in the task manager, you can launch another monitoring program like HWiNFO that will show true values. 

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