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When I type "ida" really quickly, iCUE submits a 'd' character and opens the windows calculator. (Yes, I uninstalled / installed to verify that iCUE is the component causing this odd behaviour. Ran malware scans, the full 9 yards.) It's most likely bound to one of the iCUE services, as it occurs when the GUI is closed and I used the SysInternals Process Manager to inspect the startup program, which was the windows service manager process. The thing that concerns me the most is... Why is iCUE recording my keystrokes... and why is it opening the Windows calculator of all things? The keystroke recording is very concerning for clear reasons, though I do understand that for global shortcuts it needs to be enabled. I have the iCUE Nexus connected, which doesn't have any bindings for calculator, and the issue even occurs when it's unplugged. So my questions are: 1. Is this the right space to submit a bug report for the iCUE software? 2. Is there any possible solution for me other than uninstalling and reinstalling the software until the patch is released? I'm a web developer by the way, so I should be able to run lots of technical tasks if necessary.
Hi everyone, I have a question regarding my PSU CX550W. Is it enough to power an RX580 8GB GPU and a Ryzen 5 2400G? I read out there that I must pay attention to the amperage that comes out of the 12v line but I didn't find the official data. On the other hand, I would like to replace the CPU with a Ryzen 7 2700, and I fear that the PSU can no longer support it. It is right? Thanks
Hi, I'm trying to overclock my 2 X 8GB Corsair Vengeance 3200mhz (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16) memory kit but I'm having a problem identifying the Memory Type in the DRAM calculator. What do I select in the Memory drop down list, Micron A-die or Hynix something? I tried using Micron A-die but Fast timings are not available and I think safe timings are slower than my default timings (XMP Profile). I'm using an Gigabyte X370-Gaming K5 motherboard. Thanks!