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Hi guys, I have a K70 LUX RGB (actually second one, first one had to RMA due to double-tapping issues with the switches). This one is showing a issue I saw before on my first one, but on this one I'm not able to fix it by any means. Some of my keys aren't displaying the proper color or either having a different light tone than other colours. The keys affected are: A, M, Z If I use white (only white, no other overlays nor anything else), A shows blue (very dimed), Z shows blue (lighter) and M is clearly yellow. If I use i.e. dark blue tone, all keycaps looks good except of these 3 which shows the same tone but different light. With some colors is more noticeable with others being white the most. I've updated CUE, have the latest firmware on my keyboard, and tried removing profiles, adding new ones, trying even with some other presets such as the rainbow and if you look close you can even notice in these, that these 3 keys have different colours. The keyboard was RMA'd on December, and received on January, so it's almost brand new (got 3 months and something). I've seen many other posts talking about this issue, but none of them leading to a solution, but just linking other similar posts, ending up in a bucle. Does somebody reached a solution for this yet? Hope I don't need to RMA my KB again, since I have to pay the sending fees and it will be the second time... Images: White White - Focus on A Z keys White - Focus on M key Blue - AZM keys dimed
Hi Corsair, I've just purchased a K63 wireless and have encountered a problem. Your software allows the blue key LEDs to be dimmed or disabled, however it has no effect on the Power, Caps Lock, etc white LEDs. Sadly, those LEDs are not only brutally bright, but being white, they're constantly in one's peripheral vision. My workaround within 5 minutes of using the keyboard has been to cover them with tape and colour-in the LEDs with a marker pen, but this is far from ideal. Before you ask, I am quite capable of opening the keyboard, soldering in resistors and replacing LEDs, however I would rather not void my warranty just yet. Another option is to just paint over them, or colour them in directly with a red marker pen, but that's not ideal. My first request: Can you incorporate into the Corsair Gaming software the ability to dim the 4 white LEDs? I don't know whether the keyboard's PCB allows this, as those LEDs might simply run off direct battery power, but it seems strange to me for it to be designed that way. My second request: Please confirm whether the LEDs used by the keys are tri-colour LEDs or plain blue LEDs, and should they be tri-colour, are there any plans to allow users to set something other than blue, even if that's some sort of paid-for software unlock. I wanted a good wireless non-10-key keyboard, and bought this in spite of the blue lights, which I absolutely despise. Being able to change the colour to something that's easy to read, for instance orange, would be fantastic.
Hello, I have Dominator Platinum 4x4GB DDR4 modules with Light Bars Upgrade Kit, installed on an ASRock X99 Extreme6/3.1 and everything was OK at first. But since a couple of months, they are barely visible even in a dark environment. The brightness is like 5-10% of the initial one, does someone knows what is the cause of the problem?