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RAIN Profile, need it again


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Hello,

I have a Corsair 4000 RGB Tower, with a RGB Keyboard, headphones, RAM and fans. Been using the iCUE software to set up my lighting schemes. Recently I updated to software and they removed the few featured profiles on the dashboard. I really liked the RAIN one they had. I have tried looking at the sites catalog of available ones for download and there is nothing on the RAIN search. Any luck someone can direct me towards it?

Thanks.

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Rain is available under lighting link in profiles. Select it once it syncs to all devices

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15 hours ago, Igneous said:

It isn't, not the same one. I am searching here

https://www.corsair.com/us/en/icue-library

And it isn't there.

1. Select a device in iCUE, for example a keyboard.

2. Go to the tab that says "Lighting Effects"

3. Press the yellow "+" button.

4. Under "Lighting Link", select "Rain".

5. Tweak the alternating colors and speed to your desire.

6. ??

7. Profit.

Jokes aside, at step 5 you're done. It's the same effect that was used by the rain scene. Or should be anyway, if my memory from the one and only time I used the rain scene (and scenes in general) serves me correctly.

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On 11/21/2022 at 9:20 AM, CYRO said:

1. Select a device in iCUE, for example a keyboard.

2. Go to the tab that says "Lighting Effects"

3. Press the yellow "+" button.

4. Under "Lighting Link", select "Rain".

5. Tweak the alternating colors and speed to your desire.

6. ??

7. Profit.

Jokes aside, at step 5 you're done. It's the same effect that was used by the rain scene. Or should be anyway, if my memory from the one and only time I used the rain scene (and scenes in general) serves me correctly.

Thanks for that. Definitely learned a little more on the platform.

Unfortunately this is not it either.  It really must of been some one designed by Corsair and limited perhaps. It was a scheme featured on the default list on the program. The effect was vertically cascading rain colored lighting, and would just set all inputted device to the scheme.

I am thinking my best bet is uninstalling it, trying to find the older version then saving that profile/scheme.

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17 hours ago, Igneous said:

Thanks for that. Definitely learned a little more on the platform.

Unfortunately this is not it either.  It really must of been some one designed by Corsair and limited perhaps. It was a scheme featured on the default list on the program. The effect was vertically cascading rain colored lighting, and would just set all inputted device to the scheme.

I am thinking my best bet is uninstalling it, trying to find the older version then saving that profile/scheme.

Do you always use rain and not use profiles? Profiles are much better and hundreds available online for import

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