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  1. Good day, Since 1-2 weeek I got issues with my LS100 LED stripes. I bought the starter Kit and the 450mm expansion kit. I plugged eveything in and it worked well, but now the stripes started to flicker. I've added photos of iCUE and the strips so you can see that I've set a static color. I get everything but the color I selected. Does anyone know if its a software or hardware problem?
  2. Simple story. My 4 LED strips randomly shut off for half a second and then turn on again. Anybody got a fix?
  3. Just as the title says, I recently upgraded windows to the mopst recent Windows 2004 update and since then, my h100i fans and pump have been going crazy, flickering on and off. However the fans connected to my Corsair Commander Pro don't seem to be effected. So this seems to be an issue with compatibility with my h100i platinum se. Anyone else experiencing this? Looked at the history and in the past, windows updates have gave users issues with flickering before so Im guessing we all just have to hang tight and wait for a windows or corsair update to fix it?
  4. I was Secret Santa'd 3 LL140 fans this year. I disconnected some of the old cooling fans (which were connected through molex) and connected the RGB fans off a 3-pin splitter off the motherboard. Everything's connected properly as far as I can tell off the node (I've been at this for a while now). The fans seem to be running fine, but I'm not getting any color. I downloaded iCue and once the software started, the RGB flickered and now is no longer working. Any suggestions of what to try?
  5. I tried Reddit and got no where... So, a few years ago I had an older case, and picked up NZXT's HUE (the older version) to have some RGB strips. I set everything up, however when the lights turned on, all I got was flashing/strobing white light. I contacted NZXT, they sent a whole replacement unit and LED strip set for free. I swapped everything, same issue. They told me it was on me at that point, not knowing any better I figured the Hue was just trash (saw some reviews with similar issued) and just unplugged the unit. Fast forward to now. Same Mobo and internals, but I just bought a Corsair 680X Crystal case and decided to light up my life again with some RGB fans. I have their LL series fans in the case, plugged all the LED portions of the fans into the LED fan hub, connect the LED fan hub and commander pro together, plug all the fans in, and every fan spins correctly. HOWEVER. The fans are flashing/strobing, just like the NZXT unit did. IMO, the common denominator (so far): the USB headers that the LEDs are connected to. It's the same hub (and only one available on the board) that the NZXT HUE was using. I tried swapping USD headers on the mobo, same result. The only other possible common denominator is the PSU, because it's the same PSU I had with the HUE, but seeing as the HUE was powered by molex and the current RGB setup is seta power, I don't know if that's worth considering. So I come before you my RGB brethren, have any of you had a similar issue with RGB products? Am I onto something with the USB header issue? If so, is my only option a whole new mobo? Here's everything I'm working with if it matters: cpu: Intel skylake i7 GPU: nVidia 1070 Founders mobo: https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16813132565?Item=N82E16813132565 ram: https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-16gb-288-pin-ddr4-sdram/p/N82E16820231902?Item=N82E16820231902 PSU: Antec 750w AOI cooler: https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Liquid-Cooling/Dual-Radiator-Liquid-Coolers/Hydro-Series%E2%84%A2-RGB-Platinum/p/CW-9060038-WW case: https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Cases/Crystal-Series-680X-RGB-High-Airflow-Tempered-Glass-ATX-Smart-Case/p/CC-9011168-WW
  6. Hi, so I built my PC a while ago and bought some fancy LL120 fans for intake. I actually used an Arduino for them and wanted to use the LNP that came with them for my SP120 fans which were included in my x460 case. I´ve heard that the fans shipped with this case may won´t work with the LNP and I wanted to ask, if anyone knows how to fix this problem. I´ve allready tried to update the firmware through iCue but that hasn´t worked for some reason. To me it looks like the LNP is the problem because when I unplug its power, the flickering ends. I think the LNP is refreshing the LED information really often and some of the ticks are corrupted or something like that. I would appreciate any help. Regards, MrInfinity
  7. I've updated iCUE to the latest verison yet this problem just won't go away. :(: Please find a solution for it.[ame=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMXgbOoh-zw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMXgbOoh-zw[/ame]
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