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neilz

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  1. Hey Folks, I've also suddenly had overheating issues with my Corsair a200 (System fan will run at 100%, right facing light pipe will blink red) - checked the cooling log and it was showing GPU termistor fail - iCue fan was set to nothing initially (not sure if iCue update wiped profile settings?) - running iCue 5.12.97 - I've now set to custom at 60% as per zguy85's post - hopefully will help resolve but curious why this is suddenly an issue and no update from Corsair if Windows Update has broken functionality with iCue/Fan profiles? -I've also logged a call with Corsair support.
  2. It would be nice to know what's contained in the update - apart from updating a revision number in the bios.
  3. Hey Zguy, I logged a call via tech support and had the following response today I do apologize but we can only post new BIOS updates when MSI provides them for us, they have still not done so for this system. I've followed up to see if they've escalated internally with MSI or if we have the option to use MSI version without invalidating warranty, as premium unit ($4k+) I would expect better hardware support - the lack of microcode updates seem especially negligent as they supplied the unit with the newer CPU in a motherboard that doesn't officially support it - if you are going to design with parts from other manufacturers should ensure you have the associated support too for updates. *Anyone else watching this post, please reply or like, as suspect we need some community momentum with Corsair support to help clarify or address asap
  4. Any updates Corsair team on the BIOS updates for the i300?, as several have posted there seems to have been some important updates to the AMI BIOS by MSI since your last release of 1.C5 in 11/01/22 - list from MSI website below MEG Z690I UNIFY motherboard you supply in the i300 model. - Improved MFlash function - Update CPU Microcode - Adjust PCIe Lanes setting - Update CPU microcode to support Intel Core i9-12900KS CPU (this would appear a key one as my i300 has this model CPU installed) - Change the default setting of Secure Boot. - Fine-tuned memory compatibility. - Ready for next-gen CPU. - Improve compatibility with Asmedia SATA Port devices - Update CPU Micro code. - Improve PCIE storage compatibility. - Update CPU Micro code.
  5. Any updates Corsair team on the BIOS updates for the i300?, as several have posted there seems to have been some important updates to the AMI BIOS by MSI since your last release of 1.C5 in 11/01/22 - list from MSI website below MEG Z690I UNIFY motherboard you supply in the i300 model. - Improved MFlash function - Update CPU Microcode - Adjust PCIe Lanes setting - Update CPU microcode to support Intel Core i9-12900KS CPU (this would appear a key one as my i300 has this model CPU installed) - Change the default setting of Secure Boot. - Fine-tuned memory compatibility. - Ready for next-gen CPU. - Improve compatibility with Asmedia SATA Port devices - Update CPU Micro code. - Improve PCIE storage compatibility. - Update CPU Micro code.
  6. Hi Corsair Mordred, They are currently set to default in iCUE, what should I change them to, as assume the fans would adjust accordingly?
  7. Hi All, Just received a new Corsair one - spec below We keep getting random black screen where monitor switches off and get occasional flickering (happens both in Windows and when gaming) - I'm concerned this is related to heat within the chassis in relation to the Nvidia 3080 card as only occurs after a few hours of use which should not be the case. done the usual troubleshooting, changing to different displayport, latest Nvidia drivers etc CORSAIR ONE i300 Compact Gaming PC, i9-12900K, Liquid-Cooled RTX 3080, 2TB M.2, 32GB DDR5-4800, Win11 Pro Any help appreciated or anyone else had this issue?
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