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I am looking at picking up a bunch of LL120 fans for my build, and I have a few questions. First, I am curious if the iCUE software is required to be running in the background for the effects to be used, or if they can be applied and are then stored in the Lighting Node Pro (or something else)? If iCUE is required, and it is shut down, do the fans revert to a demo mode instead? Second, if the presets are stored somewhere, do the fans maintain the effect/preset prior to Windows booting up, or do they default to a standard pattern (i.e. demo mode) until Windows boots up? Finally, if LL fans do not maintain an "offline" user-configured effect/preset, do the QL fans support it? I tried to do a forum search on this, but the results I came across were from over a year ago, with a few stating that some Corsair components have a standard demo mode without iCUE running, while other components will maintain "offline" settings. Thanks in advance.
My keyboard keeps going into demo mode whenever I use a Bluetooth device. Has anyone ever had the same problem, and how do I solve it? Some extra information: Bluetooth on my computer is being handled by a USB-dongle. The Bluetooth dongle I use is from a brand called "Trust".
Hi there! Just had to swap around some usb connections in my pc and when reconnecting the dongle for my VOID, I encountered a quite a lot of connection issues. Upon restarting and checking I had the latest software and what not, my void is listed as a Demo product in the software! Maybe there is a firmware issue on the dongle or headset but I can't access any means to fix it! Any ideas??