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  1. I have a Samsung 980 Pro and wish to include it into my custom water cooling loop. Is that M.2 SSD compatible with Corsair Hydro X Series XM2 M.2 SSD Water Block? Is there a compatibility list anywhere? Thanks!
  2. I am trying to find out some system performance numbers to compare the xd5 pump/reservoir combo vs. the xd7 distro plate setup. I have a 7000x case, so either will fit fine. But nowhere can I find anything that compares the cooling efficiency between the two! Does one setup better the other in any way when it comes to the actual performance of the system? Thank you!
  3. Here at CORSAIR, we are your one-stop shop for PC building with all of our different hardware and peripherals. With the CORSAIR PC Builder, we can provide guidance with your build just based on your preferences (ex. size) and goals (ex. performance, maximum RGB). Let's take a more in-depth look at the builder. The Builder is kept up to date with the newest components on the market and verifies compatibility between products, giving you less to worry about! ☺️ Our fully comprehensive builder will automatically sort out incompatible products and recommend the best hardware for your build based on its components. Alongside seamless build guidance, filters for each step of the builder will expedite you to building the meanest, cleanest gaming PC. You're in complete control! Customize and choose the aesthetic of your dreams or wildest imagination. 💭 At the end of your build, all CORSAIR hardware may be checked out through the online CORSAIR store. Save time and skip the hassle of navigating through five different websites to find your components, and instead check out from one location. The remaining motherboard, processor, and graphics cards are the only items to be purchased separately. 🛒 The CORSAIR PC Builder provides a simple tool to test compatibility between not only our products, but your motherboard, CPU, and GPU as well. Building the perfect PC just got easier with the ability to do it all under one roof. See for yourself what you can build on our builder HERE.
  4. For some reason I'm getting my effects to desync after a while. It seems to me they should be exactly right since the time table is accurate. I have two videos (that I can't upload here due to the accepted files) showing how it is in the beginning (alright) and how it goes after a while (desync'ed). Anyone having similar issues?
  5. Hallo ich möchte in mein gehäuse eine custom Wasserkühlung verbauen bin mir aber nicht sicher wie man das ganze anschliesen soll . ich möchte eine XD3 RGB-Pumpe / Reservoir -Kombination der Hydro X-Serie XD3 - Weiß und eine XC7 RGB (1200/AM4) - White cpu block und eine grafikarten die auch wasser gekühlt sein wird mit dem wasser kühlblock von corsair. Und mit dem gehäuse:iCUE 465X RGB Mid-Tower-ATX-Smart-Gehäuse – Weiß währe nett wen ihr mir fieleicht so ein zeichnung machen köntet wo man was anschliest.
  6. Hey! I finally got my stuff together and released it. I've been somewhat active on the forums in the past, mostly talking about SDKs and the potential for custom game integration with iCUE, much like FarCry5 and Metro Exodus shipped with, and I'm proud to announce that I've finished it (6 months ago) and have finally got to releasing it. I would like to put together a tutorial video to walk through all the aspects of the software, but that's for another time. Today I've released a public download and the source code on Github with some documentation on settings/functions and some usage explaination on the Github README. Please note: this isn't for the feint of heart, I'm providing a platform to build your own game integration from, I have not created profiles and controllers for all your favourite games and neither do I intend to. This means that programming controllers and making profiles is all up to you. That being said, I've provided enough examples and documentation to have you on your way. The software provides access to the game-integration functions provided by Corsair for the aforementioned games via HTTP GET requests, this allows almost any language to utilise its functionality, meaning theoretically any game mods should be compatible. I've provided controller examples in Python and have implemented a number of settings to allow it to fit with many use-cases. So here's the link, have fun, and any questions, ask them here and I'll try to get back to you. Happy integrating! https://github.com/Zac-McDonald/iCUE-Custom-Game-Integration
  7. Case: CORSAIR Crystal 570X RGB Tempered Glass Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Motherboard: ASUS ROG Strix X470-F Ram: CORSAIR Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB (4 x 8GB) Power Supply: CORSAIR RMx White Series RM850x White Video Card: GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 2060 Boot/Storage Drive: Corsair Force MP510 M.2 2280 960GB (2) Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series H100i RGB PLATINUM SE W/ 240mm Radiator Fans: LL Series LL120 RGB White Triple Pack with Lighting Node PRO. And most important is the BitWit mug. :)
  8. Hey Guys, This is me starting a build guide for my next build which is, no surprise, a scratch build based on a style of the mirror dimension from Doctor Strange. Lots of glass, and orange coolant. Anyway, the case is also a mix in style of the InWin Tou and Antec Tourque. A few parts have arrived, but the specs are not definite yet. A rough idea is: CPU R7 3800X GPU RTX 2080 SUPER/TI (unsure of budget) MOBO Crosshair VIII Hero RAM 32GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 3200mhz PSU Aerocool Project 7 P750 COOLING EK Loop, DDC pump and 2 PE360s STORAGE 1TB 970 EVO, and then either another one in RAID or a 2TB hard drive (Depending on budget) CASE The design is incomplete, but my render so far is… Expect more detail soon, the rest of the parts are being bought on Black Friday. Ask Me anything! Murdoch
  9. Hey guys, working on my second Hackintosh project, and just finished the paintjob and visual side of it. Not sure what to call it: I was inspired by sci-fi movies (Aliens (1986) in particular as the attentive reader might notice). Perhaps simply "BauerCorp Mod" or similar. Anywho, this is the build so far: (Software setup still remains) • Primary use: Creative work, video editing • Corsair C70 case • Inno3D iChill GTX 1080 TI • ASUS Maximus X Hero 370 (Wi-fi, Bluetooth) • i7 8700K • 32 GB HyperX RAM • Samsung 500GB 850 EVO M.2 SSD • (7 SSD drives total > Will be transferred from current machine when everything else is ready. Same with lighting.) • PSU: Corsair RM750X • CPU fan: Noctua NH-D15 Let me know what you think, and if you´re interested I´ll post more about the build/painting process itself. Thanks :)
  10. I have been working on this build for a good 3 or 4 months or so. STILL have a couple of parts left. next couple of months should top me off. so far: asus ROG Strix z370 mb i7-9700k Samsung 970 PRO 1tb NVMe m.2 Corsair Vengeance PRO rgb RAM 16g CORSAIR Hydro Series H115i PRO Liquid CPU Cooler Corsair hx1000i PSU Corsair Commander Pro Corsair Lighting Node Pro Corsair ll120 RGB Fans x 4 Corsair ll140 RGB Fans x2 Corsair k63 wireless keyboard Corsair K63 Wireless Gaming Lapboard Corsair Dark Core rgb wireless mouse Corsair Void Pro rgb 7.1 wireless headset Corsair Gaming ST100 RGB Premium Headset Stand Corsair Link/iCue and Wallpaper Engine still pending/deciding: RTX 2080 or 1080ti 32-35' Curved Ultrawide 1440p 100+hz ips monitor (prob going with Asus Swift model?) Samsung Evo SSD(s) WD MyBook 6tb External HDD WD Gold 5tb internal HDD Custom ATX Cables from Cablemod.com Desk will be satin black, glass top MORE PROGRESS PICS VERY SOON!
  11. Hi, I recently decided to look up what my k70Lux RGB can do. I got it last year as a Christmas present and never looked into exactly what all it was capable of. I found some really cool stuff like custom profiles and programs that have custom lighting effects for various games (like far cry 5). However, there are a lot of games that I specifically enjoy that I feel are in need of similar effects. As with almost every ambition that comes to my mind, this is probably way more complex than I have time for, but I would still like to know if theres a way I can program my own lighting effects for the games I enjoy most that haven't already been done by someone with more talent than me. If anyone has information on how to make homebrew lighting effects that can interact with a game you choose, please let me know. Thanks! Purple Robot
  12. I have a Corsair K95. I use a DVORAK Keyboard layout. Currently I do this through the Windows language settings, but I've noticed in CUE there is a "Current Layout" dropdown option, which for me lists options of US North America, Chinese, and Taiwan. I've also talked to a third party keyboard selling company and they've told me that they would have the ability to flash the DVORAK layout into one of their programming layers for one of their keyboards. I'll be the first to admit their keyboard doesn't look anywhere near as good as the K95, and what they said also got me thinking. Is there a way, via firmware update, or somehow from that options menu to change the keycodes that my keyboard is sending at the hardware level (or at least at the keyboard level)? The K95 isn't exactly just another dumb keyboard. I'm pretty sure there's an ARM processor in this thing. So does anyone know if it's possible? Can I manually select or flash a bios with a custom layout onto the keyboard? I would really love this, as I have two Corsair keyboards both currently faking a DVORAK layout which gets annoying when you end up in the PC's bios or something.
  13. Hi Is there a way to make custom lightning effects some how? For example.. I have 6 LL fans. I want to light them in sequence but not like arc. I want: FAN1_innerRing -> FAN1_outerRing -> FAN2_innerRing -> FAN2_outerRing -> FAN3_innerRing -> FAN3_outerRing ..... or only outer rings or only inner rings And custom set effects like fade, blink for each element. If there are no such builder, CORSAIR please make one )
  14. So after a few months with my Lighting node, 4 pro strips and 3 HD120 fans I have found myself enjoying the pure quality of the products, bright and vibrant color's and just straight out awesome effects that I personally love. Then I had a thought, what if we had TRUE custom options to our RGB setups. Because at the end of the day everyone has the same presets and cant truly be defined to the user. So what if we had tools in Link to TRULY Customize our battle stations! Here is how I would picture the GUI of this imaginary software. You would click and drag preset effects onto a timeline bar. Presets like blink, fade, quarter loop, 1/2 loop, full loop, marque, split ext. That would all loop on the timeline, and in those presets you have a wide variety of options such as "1/2 loop were 1/2 of a fan would light up in a chasing motion then just stop. So to continue, you would add another maybe in a different color and on the other side of the fan, so once all put together you would have 1 fan turn 1/2 red and the other 1/2 green still making a 1 full loop around the fan. Adding even more custom option you could right click a "preset" select advance so you could change color PER LED! That would be truly amazing! And make this all shareable to the Corsair Community such as what is all ready being done with Keyboards, because I can honestly say that I could make some very complicated but yet awesome designs if I had the tools to do such. Another obvious add on id love to see is a Audio react/ Music mode. But this is all just a suggestion and I would love to here what people would think about having TRUE custom options to our Case RGB like we all ready do for our keyboards. And if you may not understand quite fully on what i am suggesting here I would be more then open to the conversation. I have disused it a few times with some other people who have invested into the corsair ecosystem like myself, and they think im onto something.
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