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  1. Hello i recently build a pc in the corsair 5000x and everything is working fine beside the fact the fan controller doesn't show up in ICUE. The power sata cable is plugged in and ive switched the pwm cable around from system fan to pump fan to cpu fan but no matter what i do it doesnt show up. the fans are working but i have no way to control them. i have a MSI z370 - a pro motherboard in case that is relievent. anybody know how to fix this ?
  2. Hi all, I'm having some trouble getting iCue to recognise a newly purchased and installed H115i Pro XT RGB. The pump lights have lit up and are cycling through (what I assume) to be a standard rainbow cycle, the pump is cooling well after configuring it in my motherboard's BIOS and 2x Noctua NF-A14s I've attached to the radiator and Corsair Commander Pro are running fine. Cooling wise I'm pleased, however I cannot get iCue to recognise it in order to monitor pump speed and customise RGB. If it helps, here's my PC's spec [running latest Windows 10]: Ryzen 5 5600X Gigabyte Aorus X570I Crucial Ballistix 2x8GB 3600Mhz CL16 Sabrent Rocket 1TB NVME (TLC) [boot drive, various other drives for game and recording libraries] Corsair SF600 Platinum PSU PowerColor Red Devil Radeon RX 6700 XT Cooler Master NR200P (using vented side panel and horizontal GPU layout) Corsair Commander Pro, attached are: 2x NF-A12x15 bottom intakes, 2x NF-A14 side intakes (H115i rad) & 2x Cooler Master Sickle Flow fans exhausting up top. H115i Pro XT RGB in the USB 1 header Monitoring and controlling fan speeds and component temperature is fine through the Commander Pro in iCue. However, the H115i Pro XT RGB refuses to show up. So far I've tried: -Disbaled fast boot and XM-something hand off under USB settings in motherboard BIOS (following a post on Corsair forums), -Updated motherboard's chipset drivers to latest, -Reinstalled iCue 4 (per Corsair's clean install guide), -Installed the iCue v3.x on the H115i Pro XT RGB's product page under 'Support - Downloads', -Using USBDeview to try and locate H115i (no success, can see Commander Pro as only Corsair device), -Windows 10 Device Manager that reveals 'Corsair composite virtual device' which apparently has the latest/most optimised drivers - possibly Commander Pro? -No micro-USB cable on hand small enough to plug into the back of the motherboard to see if it's a Commander Pro compatibility issue. It would press against and possibly damage the RAM modules. Any further troubleshooting tips would be greatly appreciated. I have read this is a problem on AMD systems and if it requires an RMA I'd rather avoid it. Also other users who have experienced the same problem have reported plugging their case USB into the Commander Pro's USB header and pump usb directly into the motherboard has solved the issue - I'd rather avoid this due to further cable management and tinkering after squeezing the H115i into the NR200. The cooler is running seemingly fine and I'm content with performance. It would just be nice to see it in iCue and customise colour schemes - this is also why I went for the H115i over NZXT X63 (in my girlfriend's SSUPD Mesh system) and Cooler Master 280mm AIO due to already having the Commander Pro for 6 fans. At the end of the day I can't actually see the cooler behind the rad on the side bracket and am pleased with performance - lowest temps I've seen since building this sysytem, was previously using a Noctua NH-U9S which I've kept in case this AIO bricks. EDIT 1: I should mention the motherboard (Gigabyte Aorus X570I) has only 2 USB headers - 1 for case and 1 for other components. I've the NR200 front panel USB plugged into larger and Commander Pro plugged into smaller.
  3. Hey Guys, I have just finished my first ever PC Build, Went for a H100i RGB Platinum 240mm (CPU & Exhaust) and two sets of SP120 RGB Pro's for Intake. When I eventually got iCue installed the H100i's twin fans work perfectly, changing profile and/or speed exactly when I ask them too. Also my Corsair RAM, Commander Pro and RGB Node all are recognised. This is where things are starting to drive me a bit mad, I have the Commander Pro plugged into a USB header on my MSI Tomahawk MoBo and the Node plugged into that along with the 6 fans in perfect order and 1 Temp Node too. The 6x SP120mm fans are recognised and the RGB is working perfectly but they are constatly spinning at 1400rpm+ and regardless what I do they WILL NOT change. I have scanned a million posts on here, Reddit etc but have found no feasable answer, I have been trying to put them on my own Profile with my own Fan Curve taking into account the CoPro Temp Node and not the CPU Temp etc. I have also reinstalled iCue (All 3 versions) trying it again with each and have even gone back to LINK, still with 0% success rate. Would really appreciate it if anyone has an answer as they are plainly too loud for a system I have put so much effort into and I am currently running it as an open case with the fans unplugged (Keep an eye on Temps obviously) Attached a photo of my build. Thanks Sam
  4. Heyo. I upgraded to the gorgeous 570x case a week ago and hooked everything up no problem. When I went to turn it on for the first time, the LEDs in the fans instantly went out and I smelled a bit of smoke. They still spin but don't light up at all and the controller for them seems to do nothing. Anyone else have this issue or know what went wrong? Also I put in a support ticket 6 days ago and have yet to receive a response...does it usually take this long?! ID is #2000454205
  5. I started with 3 HD fans in my case connected to commander pro and then attached to the rgb hub that came with the HD fans and they all worked perfectly. Now I added 3 more fans to the set up and I can only control fan speeds for fans 1-3. The lights work for all 6 but I can't change the RPM of the last 3.
  6. Hi, ik cant control my fans speed, i have the following setup: Corsair 500R ASRock Fatal1ty Z77 Performance (3-pin fan connectors) Intel i7-3770K MSI r9 390 Lightning Node Pro with led strips Corsair LED HD120 set I know that you need 4 pins to control the fans but i dont have thos connections on my motherboard. Do i need to buy a separate fan controller and connect to the node pro? Can anyone help me?
  7. Hi, I am new member here. I have Corsair carbide 600q case. I bought it second hand with a little problem. Problem is top side fan speed controller fan cable connection cable looks like burned ! That cable naked skin and i see all lenght copper lines. In user manual this cable show 10. Connecting the Fan Controller 1-Connect the SATA power connector to the PSU SATA power cable. -
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