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  1. So Far So Good. I like what I see!. bit of a learning curve to get your head around whats where.. but so far! LOTS more options. Love the Forum home page. very modern and vibrant. great work so far.. i shall keep playing 🙂
    5 points
  2. @Zotty @DevBiker Tables are now added to the editor.
    4 points
  3. Thanks for the suggestion. Not sure if it's possible, but we'll look into having it match.
    4 points
  4. I like it! And I like that the site now uses a favicon, even tho a black favicon aint the best and hard to see what it actually is when fans are minimized :)
    4 points
  5. Hey all, I'm a big fan of Corsair stuff I must say. I've had numerous cases and peripherals over the years, and i'm quite happy with everything. In fact on the reddit/r/corsair sub, I recently posted my new 5000x /w XD7 build. Huge amount of Corsair stuff inside the case, as well as keyboard / mouse / headset. I even picked up a Nexus yesterday for monitoring. (That I think is fantastic for what it does, for what I need.) BUT FOR THE LOVE OF ANYTHING HOLY! Please, please, please fix or enable the ability to SAVE the bl00dy HOME page and DASHBOARD layouts. EVERY time, I reboot, or even lock my workstation and come back, not only is the layout reset, but all the sensors and graphs that I have lovingly ordered to my preference, have gone back to some ordering that Icue thinks is better than me. That's it isn't, the the icue stuff is silently judging you. Also, the Multi / Single OCP settings on my ax1500i, well they just don't work.
    3 points
  6. Release Notes for iCUE v4.14.179 are now available: CORSAIR iCUE Software Release Notes v4.14.pdf Due to Nvidia API changes, we have temporarily disabled fan control for all supported 30XX Founder Edition’s cards –this feature will return in a future update
    3 points
  7. This is brilliant. Very modern and pleasing to the eyes. Good job! Very inviting 🙂
    3 points
  8. Only those who risk going too far can possibly find how far they can go .... I mean ... do you want to be laying there, in bed, as your time here on this little rock comes to a close, only to say to yourself ... I coulda had moar RGBz! No. No one wants that.
    3 points
  9. Dark mode! 👍 Forums look clean with the upgrade!
    3 points
  10. Yes, Dark mode is awesome! However, they need to do so the top navbar (corsair links and logo) dark as well..
    3 points
  11. Wow.. This looks AMAZING!! Love the new update. Has a nice new modern feel. Well done Corsair!
    3 points
  12. Nice forums, especially in Dark mode. 🙂
    3 points
  13. Looking good! It's going to take a little getting used to but it's definitely a major update to the ol' forum.
    3 points
  14. In case you didn’t notice, we have made some big changes to the CORSAIR Community with the recent update. We’ve moved to an all new platform which will help the community find information easier, and create opportunities for content you create to be highlighted. Some of those changes include: Unified login throughout the corsair.com website. If you do not already have a www.corsair.com account, please click on the "Sign Up" link above and create one using the email address from your forum account. Community homepage linking you to popular topics and helpful content. Featured CORSAIR and User posts on the community homepage Modern and easy to use posting tools with drag and drop capabilities for images If you have multiple system build, you can save them in your profile, and select which one when you create a new topic or respond to an existing topic. New clearly defined discussion areas making it easier to find out more details about our newest product releases, finding the correct part for your setup, or receive support for an existing product you’re currently using. We've kept all 2021 posts in the new discussion areas, and all 2020 and older topics are now in the Legacy Topics section. We have a lot more planned to build the community and will be continually rolling out new features over the coming months. Let us know what you think of the changes by commenting below, and feel free to provide any suggestions on what else you would like to see.
    2 points
  15. Hey there everyone! DevBiker from deep in the heart of Texas and I'm just starting down the path of rebuilding my rig into a Corsair 7000 series case. I've gotten my hands on the iCUE 7000X RGB in white as well as the front and top panels for the 7000D Airflow editions (also in white, though black may have been an interesting contrast). I do plan on playing around with it a bit ... to rearrange things a bit and rebuilt it several times, looking at different options. Over the next month or so - before I do the actual build - I'll be playing around with the case and measuring things and seeing how different things may or may not fit. I'm not going to go over all the marketing fluff - except for a single Obligatory Marketing Image - because y'all can read all of that stuff on all the various reviews that are out there. So with that ... this should also be a discussion. What ideas do y'all have for the 7000? I've already talked with one other forum member that was looking to put a monitor screen on the PSU window and I got some measurements for that. You'll that info in the FAQ as well (under PSU installation) I'm using the new Album feature for the FAQ; comments are enabled for each photo so you can ask questions there or here. It's best to view the Album by Caption. I like the List View, personally. Table of Contents - each link points to the first image in the 'section' . 0001: Intro, Marketing Image, in the Box 0002: Devices, including the Commander Core XT 0003: Motherboard Mounts 0004: PSU Shroud, including vertical GPU mounting 0005: PSU Installation 0006: Drive Cages and SSD Mounts 0007: Front Fans and Radiators 0008: Side Fans and Radiators 0009: Top Fans and Radiators 0010: Outer Glass and Panels (In Progress ...) Corsair 7000 Series Cases / HydroX Options : This is an ongoing list of different configurations with HydroX and the 7000 series cases. Diagrams: RGB Diagram for 7000X with 2x XR5 420mm Much thanks to the folks at Corsair as well for helping with this by answering questions and providing a LOT of goodies for this build!! Links to the 7000 Series Product Pages: iCUE 7000X RGB Tempered Glass in Black and White. 7000D AIRFLOW in Black and White. The system that will be going through this will be my main rig: Asus Zenith II Extreme ThreadRipper 3970X with HydroX XC9 8x 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB @ 3466Ghz nVidia RTX 3090 Founder's Edition with HydroX XG7 (I paid MSRP for this!) MP600 1TB (System Drive) MP600 1TB [This will be replaced with an MP600 Core 2TB] MP510 960GB [This will be replaced with an MP600 Core 2TB] Sabrent Rocket Q 2TB Seagate Ironwolf NAS 10TB I have lots of RGB in there (of course) but all that's likely going to be replaced. I've even got 4 LL140 RGB fans in there from way back just after the LLs actually launched ... and they are still going. Those things have seen some use. On of them even has an RGB cable that I had to cut and re-crimp because I snipped the wire. I've got Commander Pros, Lighting Node Pros and Fan Hubs that are around 4 years old or so ... still going. Of course there's gonna be a ton of Corsair in here because that's just how I roll. None of y'all are going to be surprised by that in the least.
    2 points
  16. I run the Pro on balanced not quiet and its still silent. I run my fans on silent though and you cannot hear anything. Cappelix looks amazing but the noise is terrible so had to go.
    2 points
  17. Since the problem is known, I would have expected the support to react faster. I have received the confirmation mail, but in my account it says that I do not have a support ticket. Apparently the service is as bad as the software they deliver. If the headphones don't work again on Tuesday, I will send them back. Unfortunately, I already have to give a bad rating because the description makes everyone fall into the trap, even if the headphones are actually good.
    2 points
  18. Oh my God, I stepped in the same shit. I hope the German support is faster than the forum. I was able to use the headset for 20 minutes. After so much research, I guess I chose the wrong manufacturer after all. With any other manufacturer, you can download the FW yourself, here it seems to be a company secret. I hope for a quick solution, otherwise they will go straight back to the dealer with a corresponding evaluation.
    2 points
  19. remember the PSU rating is always given just for the 12V rail(s). If you get a 850W, it's 850W on 12V. You'll still have on top of that the usual 25A at 5V (125W). So you don't really "need" to calculate anything, unless you're working with a massive case with 20 or 30 QL fans that will slam the 5V rail. as for the 12V power draw, fans will never reach their max rating unless you run them at full speed and block them all at once. The pump will be the only real power draw since it's constantly under load, but even then.. only at max speed will you see something close to 30W 🙂
    2 points
  20. Had some time to play around with HS80 and came up with this one.
    2 points
  21. As title says it was my first time. Popped my cherry. It was glorious LOL. Pretty happy with how she turned out. Want to work on my cable management when I go to do my next build. I will for sure never buy prebuilt again. Let me know if you guys have any tips for cable management or general comments/suggestions on the build. The Corsair Fans and H150i are looking good I think.
    2 points
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  24. I am having this same firmware issue, I've contacted customer support but I've had no response. This was an expensive, brand new headset and I'm not happy at all
    2 points
  25. Depending on the model, they require from one to two 8 pin PCIE connectors, and your PSU has two, so you are covered.
    2 points
  26. HydroX Series Fans Temp RPM 34 0 35 500 38 800 40 1200 41 1500 52 4000 HydroX Series Pumps Temp RPM 20 1800 30 2100 40 2200 45 2600 50 3300 55 4800
    2 points
  27. This is so much better then Vbulletin. I hated using the old forum. I am looking for to posting a build later today. Well done to everyone involved, looks and feels amazing
    2 points
  28. The Lighting Node Core is just the RGB power and controller. The original poster is also looking for CUE based fan speed control as well. To do that you need at least 1 Corsair fan controller (Commander Pro or Core). It is also possible to offload some of the PWM control to a powered fan hub running from 1 of the PWM headers, but you still need at least 1 Corsair fan controller. There are other reasons to use the Commander Pro, especially if you need it's RGB channels for strips or other devices. The "Core" controllers can only do fans.
    2 points
  29. its fine buddy. Motherboard header is reading it as double speed.. this is completely normal 😉
    1 point
  30. De la segunda manera ya que la bomba estaria bajo las mangueras. La verdad es que no deberia de importar mucho, pero si hay la opcion entonces asi estaria mejor. -Art
    1 point
  31. Danke sehr Plumbumm, für Ihre weiterführenden Hinweise. Danke Bluebeard, mit Ihrer Weiterleitung an die Kollegen war meine Bitte nicht umsonst.😘 Jetzt bin ich gespannt, ob und wann ich die gewünschte "Temperatur-Vorgabe" zur Lüftersteuerung des AX1600i in der iCUE-Software finde.
    1 point
  32. Danke für das Feedback. Leider verwenden die meisten Tools die gleichen Schnittstellen beim Auslesen. Es hat zwar eine Zeitlang mit dem Häkchen in den Optionen funktioniert, aber anscheinend nun nicht mehr. Ich werde dies auch meinerseits noch einmal unserer Softwareentwicklung weiterleiten. Ob sich dies mit zukünftigen Updates kann ich aber nicht versprechen.
    1 point
  33. So to start, I am bad at these sort of posts. Working on a new build using allot of Corsair products including a 5000D Hydro X edition case. Doesn't seem to be too many of these yet so thought I'd share. Specs - Case = Corsair 5000D Hydro X edition MoBo = Msi Z590 Gaming Edge Wifi Chip = Intel i7 11700k CPU block = Corsair XC5 Memory = Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 4 x 8 3600 C16 GPU = 3080 out of an HP Omen GPU block = Corsair 3080 reference Radiators = 2x Corsair XR5 360mm PSU = Corsair RM1000x Cables = Corsair Starter Kit type 4 Tube and fittings = Primochill 14mm hardline SSD 1 = Samsung 980 pro 250GB (for OS, Windows) SSD 2 = Samsung 980 1TB for everything else Fans = CoolerMaster sickleflow 120 x 6 RGB control = Razer RGB addressable controller Riser Cable = LinkUp PCIe4 200mm 90 degree cable Fan / water pump control = Corsair Commander Pro Thermal Paste = Artic Mx5 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Think that covers all the parts. Will be gaming on a Dell 27 QHD monitor S2721DGF. Mouse, keyboard and pad are all Razer products. Pictures attatched of what I have so far. 2nd build and 1st hardline loop. Thanks for looking. On a side note, I am taking the GPU out of my current build. Trying to find a 3060 ti to put in its place (in my current build) so my son can use it. 😞
    1 point
  34. The SATA power for the Commander Pro is utilized by the fan controller, RGB, and the USB connection of the Commander Pro device itself. The two additional USBs on the Commander Pro are purely USB passthroughs and are not powered by the Commander Pro.
    1 point
  35. The multipacks of QL Fans come with the Lighting Node Core. This will control the RGB for your fans. You'll need another USB port - so the USB hub is a good idea. You really don't need individual control over the fan speeds though. I know it might sound like an awesome idea but it quickly becomes a PITA. You'll have groups of fans that you want to control together, at the same speed. Like the radiator fans. Or maybe the six front/side fans. You can do 2x PWM splitters (don't do 3x or more) or you can get a PWM repeater/hub, as long as it is powered. Or you can connect them to the motherboard. All of those are options and don't require getting another Commander Pro if you don't want one.
    1 point
  36. Ok. I believe that is the proper procedure for India. If you don’t have any way to power on now, then you might as well wait to file the claim until you know there is damage. I also don’t think there is a lot of reason to be fearful. The PSU is designed to take the hit on a power surge. While not impossible, damage to other components is not the most likely outcome.
    1 point
  37. You need to contact Corsair Support through your original PSU replacement ticket to get help working on this. There are specific steps they ask you to do in order to assess which components are damaged (if any) and how to share that with them. Anything we talk about here won't help with that and we would be guessing about what happened.
    1 point
  38. Ich versuche es einmal bei den Kollegen in den Staaten. Ich hoffe jemand kann das Ticket noch heute bearbeiten und zumindest die FW anhängen.
    1 point
  39. Hallo Gnomerich, wenn die Maus auch auf einem anderen System nicht mehr erkannt wird, müsste die Kollegen über dein Ticket prüfen, ob noch ein manuelles Update der Firmware angestoßen und durchgeführt werden kann. Wenn das klappt, sollte die Maus auch wieder Einsatzbereit sein. Ich habe dein Ticket eskaliert und du solltest alsbald eine Nachricht dazu erhalten. Viele Grüße
    1 point
  40. I've been running into the same issue too. Updated my dongle to version 5.4.99 and wireless mode all of the sudden doesn't work. Works completely fine in USB mode. Already filed a ticket, but maybe I could find some quick answers here. My headset is also 0.17.149, but after reading previous replies, it seems that it may not matter.
    1 point
  41. Wow! What an honor! Sure! I “thought it would be cool” to add some music and stuff to really amp it up! It’s royalty free. I think it looks best when the lights are off in terms of the RGB but I can get another video with lights if you want to see that. Link to video: https://imgur.com/gallery/Tg1dabu Link to “Bane Theme” Video (silent, no text) https://imgur.com/gallery/M6hLf6a MY CORSAIR PERFORMANCE EXPERIENCE Just wanted to also let you and the community know that my Powered By Corsair PC: Broke the WORLDS BEST 3DMark FireStrike Extreme Score (of systems comprised of Ryzen 7 5800x + RTX 3080 TI) Link Placed 31st in top 100 3DMark FireStrike Extreme Scores (of those who have a RTX 3080 TI) Link This system benchmarks better than 99% of all results Link I’m EXTREMELY blown away with the iCue 5000x and the air performance it delivers. Fully populating all fans . It’s extremely pretty. Having this much RGB and the ability to customize, I spend a lot of time in iCue creating cool looks and taking pictures, some days I forget to game! If you’d like my feedback about my build experience, the only real hiccup I encountered was with my Corsair h150i Elite Cappelix 360 AIO. I wanted it on the top because I’ve been exposed to “tubes down”. When I tried to install it on the top , my motherboard EPS/ATX12v cables (that come with RM1000x) are extremely rigid at the ends. The AIO was too thick height wise. Link I would’ve had to have pressed with too much force and it would’ve smushed those cables like an L, so I had to place AIO on the side. The front wasn’t an option either because the AIO tubes were not long enough to reach, so the side was my only option. Totally fine with that because it’s still suckin in air from outside on the side, which is SWEEEEEET this case has that. A RM1000X PSU with its cables takes up basically the entire bottom no way you’d be able to fit 3.5” HDD bays down there, had to take em out. Wasn’t a problem for me because I went NVME. For somebody like me who has TEN RGB fans, Lian-Li Strimers, etc the amount of wires and control boxes in the back are getting close to maxing out the back of that cases wire management section, nvme saved me some space. I spent hours meticulously cable managing and I still have to sorta smush my side panel glass on, the swinging side door doesn’t close flush (mainly due to the Strimers). I’m glad there is some flex to the back glass panel that compensated for this, super glad actually! Coming from an Antec 900, the placement of openings and channels from the cable to hide wires is just so amazing, having that section in the back was cluuuuutch! My case looks SUPER CLEAN. Like, it CANNOT get any cleaner. I think anyone who wants to build something top of the line should get this case. I went from a 12 year old system being out of date with hands on experience and I was able to put this together. I firmly believe Corsairs design and thoughtfulness helped me along. Just the little touches like including things a rusty newb might not think of like the Corsair Branded Velcro loops to cable manage. I was like “Oooohhh SWEET YES! Gonna need these” even had a few leftover to cable manage under my desk! Mad nice. Also, having stuff like removable hard drive bays, side fan cover, and L style cover for PSU area showed me this case was BIG TIME configurable to what you want or need. Overall, an experience I will never forget! Thank You Corsair!
    1 point
  42. it seems that's multicore enhancement then. look for it in the Bios and just disable it. You can still go to the CPU power settings and disable power limits to let it boost as it wishes, but at least you won't have MCE pushing ruidiculous voltages. Worth checking your settings, definitely !
    1 point
  43. Updated to v,4.13.226, the problem is still there, I still have to restart ICue on each boot.
    1 point
  44. take the non-se version not because of the better rgb, it doesn't matter anyways cause you'll never see it sitting on your head, but because of its lower price and the better mic although corsair's marketing claims the opposite
    1 point
  45. The iCUE software is not a modular software and installs all necessary files for our products. As for the memory usage being 300MB, it is only 0.23% of your 128GB of system memory. Even if you only had 16GB of system memory it would only work out to 1.875% of total system memory. The memory usage is far from being excessive where things like most web browsers will utilize well over 1GB of system memory when you only have only a few tabs open.
    1 point
  46. Ordered a prebuilt from a UK System Integrator despite building my own PC's for 15 years in order to get a GPU and closer to MSRP and much quicker. Its a Lian Li O11 Dynamic Midi Tower White, with a Ryzen 7 5800x, Asus Strix Gaming F x570 motherboard, 4x 8gb sticks of Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 3200mhz DDR4, Asus Strix RTX 3090 OC, 512GB Samsung 980 Pro NVME (Gen4) for OS, 2TB Samsung 970 Evo NVME (Gen 3) for Games Storage and I will transfer from current build 2x 3TB Toshiba 7200rpm HDD's for Media. As this SI doesn't have all the parts I want I will order the following items separately. 10x Corsair Black Framed QL120 RGB fans, an iCUE Commander Pro and an NZXT Kraken Z73. Sorry Corsair, but I fell in love with the Kraken Z73 so no Corsair AIO for me this time with this build. So the plan is basically this aesthetically speaking though some parts differ from the build in the video: [ame] [/ame] There is room in this case to run the 360mm Radiator in Push/Pull if I decide to put the Rad in the Side mounting point to the right of the Mobo in that Vid. So my 10x QL120's would be all the visible fans in the case like the VID (10th Fan as another exhaust over IO Shield) but I would also have the 3x NZXT Radiator fans hidden on the backside of the Radiator. So the question is how to wire all that up. Do the Nodes that come with the 3x 3Packs of QL120's combined with the CoPro cover the RGB connections for the 10 QL120's? Can the CoPro in combination with some PWN Y splitters or a seperate PWM Controller cover the 13 fans? Ideally I want to be able to control all 6 fans on the Radiator (ie. 3x QL120's and 3x NZXT Rad fans) with the iCUE or NZXT Control software such that they are based off of the Water temperature and not the CPU or Core Package temps. Back in the day with my Corsair H110GT cooling a 6700K, no matter what fan curve I set the fans would ramp up and down even in google chrome on a media heavy web page. It was only when I realised that it should actually be based off of the AIO Water temp which is much more stable, did my fan ramping issue get solved. I would like to maintain that functionality with this new PC. WHats the best way to achieve that? All 6 rad fans connected to CoPro headers and the other 7 case fans on a separate Fan controller. Or those 7 case fans connected to the CoPro (with 1 Y splitter) and the 6 Rad fans on a separate controller connected to where it needs to be for the NZXT AIO Control software to manage the rad fans? On my old build I also used Speedfan to base the Case Intake and Exhaust fans speeds off my GPU temps. ie My GPU fan profile was set not to even spin up till the card hit 50ºc. Case Intake and Exhaust were set in Speed fan to minimum RPM. When gaming though, once the GPU temp went above 50ºc, I set a curve in Speedfan to increase the RPM's of the Case Intakes and Exhaust. Is this possible to replicate in iCUE? Is it possible to shut down iCUE without losing fan control or shut down the RGB component of it at least. Apparently iCUE can flood the USB sub system with 'interrupts' as it controls the RGB which can affect VR negatively. So when I VR game I may need to shut off the RGB control. Other users in my household on my home network will also be VR gaming on this PC remotely as well as 2D Pancake gaming via Steam In-Home Streaming/Remote Play without direct access to the PC. Ideally when they use this PC remotely and wake it up WOL with a 'magic packet', I wonder is it possible to set up a scripted or scheduled task or something like that, that would shut off RGB when they connect and re-enable it when they disconnect. Not sure if that kind of thing is possible though.
    1 point
  47. Gerne würde ich euch ein konkretes Datum geben. Momentan liegt dies aber noch nicht vor. Daher weiterhin meine Bitte die Webseite zu beobachten, bzw. sich für die Emailbenachrichtigung anzumelden. Vielen Dank auch für das positive Feedback zum neuen Branding. Dies leite ich gerne weiter und ja, eine dritte Schraube ist auch mit dabei.
    1 point
  48. Totally agree with this sentiment. I just saw a video today where the PSU was allegedly within nvidia's power specs for the 30xx GPUs, but it didn't last 10 secs due to the spikes mentioned above. An inferior PSU is about the only component in your PC that has the capability to fry everything. Don't skimp on it.
    1 point
  49. Starting a few days ago, my mouse and keyboard's rgbs will turn off and the hotkeys I have set to my mouse will stop working. This keeps happening while in the middle of a game (Overwatch or COD Warzone if that matters). I have checked for updates on everything (mouse, keyboard, software itself) and they are all up to date. The only way I have found to fix it is to reinstall ICUE, but this is only a temporary fix. Please help!!
    1 point
  50. @FoxeuH Have you checked for a faulty fan by systematically swapping the RGB connectors around on the hub through ports 1 to 5? The fans run in series, therefore, one bad fan in the series could potentially cause issues down the line. If you haven't already tried this, DO NOT hot swap RGB connectors as this in itself can damage the LED's. One other thought; did this happen before you upgraded to firmware version 3.15.101?
    1 point
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