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  1. Hello, i have 4 sticks of 4gb of the same RAM (CMK8GX4M2A2400C16R), 2 are ver. 3.21 and the other 2 are 5.20, because i didn't buy them at the same time. I have a x470 gaming plus max and r5 3600. When i use only 2 sticks and default bios settings, i get 2400Mhz and no problems playing COD, but when i add 1 more or 2 it goes to 2133Mhz and i start crashing at COD. I'd like some explaining or something helpful i could do to solve this problem. Thanks Luis
  2. Hello. I am disturbed by the inconvenience... How can i track profile switching? For example... During one game, need to switch profiles. And... To find a suitable one, need to minimize the game, open the tray, and then open iCUE, then select a profile (a lot of them), close iCUE and maximize the game ... So many actions... Can i quickly select the desired profile during the game, work, internet surfing :question:
  3. From open world to first person shooter to real-time strategy, we all started gaming somewhere, and our first choice of games often influenced our taste in games to this day. Quite a few of us at CORSAIR regularly play games (some at more appropriate times of the day than others) on our own or together, and sharing fond memories of games is one of the easiest things that all of us can relate to. Here's a few of our best memories! Robert W. TES III: Morrowind I spent so many hours running around, using the physical map to explore new towns or regions, but funnily enough never actually beat the game. As a kid the quest system was a little difficult to understand, so I would use console commands to gear up in toddtest and then teleport to new places I’d never been until I’d explored every inch of the island. I’m playing through it right now to try and fulfill a mini bucket list goal of completing the main quests! (Art by StormAndy) Blake A. Ultima Online I started my journey back in 2001 when I was given an Ultima Online CD and started playing on a private server. This is what started my addiction to online gaming and MMOs in general. I put hundreds and hundreds of hours into Ultima Online talking to friends and building communities, it’s a wonder how I even managed to graduate high school. This then passed on to World of Warcraft where I spent even more time due to not having any school and having only a part time job. I got heavily into PC gaming and always wanted to play the newest games, so I needed the right hardware. This lead into a mild obsession of building one of the best rigs one could buy at the time. It opened up a whole world of PC customization for me, like sleeving cables or painting my case. Thanks to PC gaming, it’s one of the main reasons I ended up here at CORSAIR. Justice D. Mario Party My favorite nostalgic gaming memory comes from the ‘Ghost vs Bicycle’ minigame in Mario Party 1. No, not the entire game. What a waste of time. I’m talking about that one mini-game where your character had to power a light bulb by peddling a bicycle… so that, uh, the ghost wouldn’t get you, or whatever. The one that came out when we were like 12 years old. The one where you had to rotate the N64 thumbstick faster than the other three players. The one where, if you were at all competent, you palmed the stick and used your entire arm to motor a clockwise rotation. The faster you spun, the greater chance of victory. But also: open wounds, blood, destroyed controllers, and tears. Literal tears. Oh man, it was great. This was the first ever time I’d seen physical torture being a part of a game. I wish more of today’s video games implemented this sort of immersion. No simulated world, character story, or VR experience will ever be as stimulating as an open blister on your dominant hand for a week. Thanks, Mario Party. (Art by ChrisMMiller) Scott E. Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance XWA was the first time I really got deep into a multiplayer game. It was also the first PC game that inspired me to start upgrading my components for better performance. I have such fond memories of flying 2 vs 2 X-Wing or Z-95 Headhunter matches. The tournament matches were timed with an infinite respawn. It was so harrowing to be the lone survivor of a ‘furball’ (dogfight) and desperately trying to juke your damaged ship back to your wingman’s jump point. This all happened at a time when leaderboards weren’t automatically updated. You had to fill out an online form and submit screenshots to make progress. I haven’t checked in years, but I believe I’m still one of the top 20 pilots for X-Wing Alliance. Justin G. Super Mario Bros. For me, it has to be Super Mario Bros. on the NES. I must admit (however embarrassing) that I had never gotten past the first dungeon level (World 1-2) in my younger years. But what made this extremely fun were the countless hours spent with my family, especially my little brother watching me play it - actually jumping when Mario jumped or moving left and right when Mario moved in game. Yeah, they laughed when I did that but look at where we are now - motion-sensitive controls, VR experience. I’d like to think that I helped pioneer these gaming experiences. Up to this day, I have yet to get past World 1-2. I’m just horrible with platform games. (Art by SilentKV) Chris L. Final Fantasy VIII FFVIII was the first game that I got to experience without my two older brothers being involved. We were always a Nintendo/PC household, and I was usually left waiting for the second controller as my two brothers raced through Star Fox, Super Punch Out, Super Mario World and others. One holiday season we got the original PlayStation, and I was given Final Fantasy VIII. Being able to game by myself in my own fantasy world was a dream come true. I got lost in the world of chocobos and magic, and realized for the first time that video games could have complex plots with deep character motivations. It changed my perspective on video games and I've been hooked on JRPGs ever since. Adam J. Age of Empires This was my first ever true gaming experience on a PC. I fell in love with the city building aspect of it and for being able to create a massive army to take out my enemies. I played hour after hour of this game. Of course every once in a while I'd have some fun with cheats. If you've played the game then you're familiar with the phrase "big daddy". Nothing like driving a missile launcher loaded black car into the medieval era! ;) (Art by Trebuxet) Tracie H. StarCraft: Brood War My favorite ‘old’ game is StarCraft: Brood War. Not only is it the most iconic RTS game of all time, but it is a game that helped drive my passion for video games and eSports to a point where I still follow the StarCraft scene to this day. One of my favorite aspects about Brood War was the unique units for each race, and their incredibly memorable voice lines. I still find myself quoting “Battlecruiser Operational!” and feeling a sense of nostalgia for the great memories that Brood War brought me. The game made such an impact on me that I am still playing StarCraft to this day – I consistently play the current SC2 expansion, Legacy of the Void, on a regular basis and am constantly reminded of the “good old Brood War days.” I am so excited that Blizzard is releasing a remastered version of StarCraft – I know that myself and many other gamers will be happy to re-live those classic StarCraft moments in this newly remastered version. What game brings back fond memories? Let us know in the comments!
  4. From open world to first person shooter to real-time strategy, we all started gaming somewhere, and our first choice of games often influenced our taste in games to this day. Quite a few of us at CORSAIR regularly play games (some at more appropriate times of the day than others) on our own or together, and sharing fond memories of games is one of the easiest things that all of us can relate to. Here's a few of our best memories! Robert W. TES III: Morrowind I spent so many hours running around, using the physical map to explore new towns or regions, but funnily enough never actually beat the game. As a kid the quest system was a little difficult to understand, so I would use console commands to gear up in toddtest and then teleport to new places I’d never been until I’d explored every inch of the island. I’m playing through it right now to try and fulfill a mini bucket list goal of completing the main quests! (Art by StormAndy) Blake A. Ultima Online I started my journey back in 2001 when I was given an Ultima Online CD and started playing on a private server. This is what started my addiction to online gaming and MMOs in general. I put hundreds and hundreds of hours into Ultima Online talking to friends and building communities, it’s a wonder how I even managed to graduate high school. This then passed on to World of Warcraft where I spent even more time due to not having any school and having only a part time job. I got heavily into PC gaming and always wanted to play the newest games, so I needed the right hardware. This lead into a mild obsession of building one of the best rigs one could buy at the time. It opened up a whole world of PC customization for me, like sleeving cables or painting my case. Thanks to PC gaming, it’s one of the main reasons I ended up here at CORSAIR. Justice D. Mario Party My favorite nostalgic gaming memory comes from the ‘Ghost vs Bicycle’ minigame in Mario Party 1. No, not the entire game. What a waste of time. I’m talking about that one mini-game where your character had to power a light bulb by peddling a bicycle… so that, uh, the ghost wouldn’t get you, or whatever. The one that came out when we were like 12 years old. The one where you had to rotate the N64 thumbstick faster than the other three players. The one where, if you were at all competent, you palmed the stick and used your entire arm to motor a clockwise rotation. The faster you spun, the greater chance of victory. But also: open wounds, blood, destroyed controllers, and tears. Literal tears. Oh man, it was great. This was the first ever time I’d seen physical torture being a part of a game. I wish more of today’s video games implemented this sort of immersion. No simulated world, character story, or VR experience will ever be as stimulating as an open blister on your dominant hand for a week. Thanks, Mario Party. (Art by ChrisMMiller) Scott E. Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance XWA was the first time I really got deep into a multiplayer game. It was also the first PC game that inspired me to start upgrading my components for better performance. I have such fond memories of flying 2 vs 2 X-Wing or Z-95 Headhunter matches. The tournament matches were timed with an infinite respawn. It was so harrowing to be the lone survivor of a ‘furball’ (dogfight) and desperately trying to juke your damaged ship back to your wingman’s jump point. This all happened at a time when leaderboards weren’t automatically updated. You had to fill out an online form and submit screenshots to make progress. I haven’t checked in years, but I believe I’m still one of the top 20 pilots for X-Wing Alliance. Justin G. Super Mario Bros. For me, it has to be Super Mario Bros. on the NES. I must admit (however embarrassing) that I had never gotten past the first dungeon level (World 1-2) in my younger years. But what made this extremely fun were the countless hours spent with my family, especially my little brother watching me play it - actually jumping when Mario jumped or moving left and right when Mario moved in game. Yeah, they laughed when I did that but look at where we are now - motion-sensitive controls, VR experience. I’d like to think that I helped pioneer these gaming experiences. Up to this day, I have yet to get past World 1-2. I’m just horrible with platform games. (Art by SilentKV) Chris L. Final Fantasy VIII FFVIII was the first game that I got to experience without my two older brothers being involved. We were always a Nintendo/PC household, and I was usually left waiting for the second controller as my two brothers raced through Star Fox, Super Punch Out, Super Mario World and others. One holiday season we got the original PlayStation, and I was given Final Fantasy VIII. Being able to game by myself in my own fantasy world was a dream come true. I got lost in the world of chocobos and magic, and realized for the first time that video games could have complex plots with deep character motivations. It changed my perspective on video games and I've been hooked on JRPGs ever since. Adam J. Age of Empires This was my first ever true gaming experience on a PC. I fell in love with the city building aspect of it and for being able to create a massive army to take out my enemies. I played hour after hour of this game. Of course every once in a while I'd have some fun with cheats. If you've played the game then you're familiar with the phrase "big daddy". Nothing like driving a missile launcher loaded black car into the medieval era! ;) (Art by Trebuxet) Tracie H. StarCraft: Brood War My favorite ‘old’ game is StarCraft: Brood War. Not only is it the most iconic RTS game of all time, but it is a game that helped drive my passion for video games and eSports to a point where I still follow the StarCraft scene to this day. One of my favorite aspects about Brood War was the unique units for each race, and their incredibly memorable voice lines. I still find myself quoting “Battlecruiser Operational!” and feeling a sense of nostalgia for the great memories that Brood War brought me. The game made such an impact on me that I am still playing StarCraft to this day – I consistently play the current SC2 expansion, Legacy of the Void, on a regular basis and am constantly reminded of the “good old Brood War days.” I am so excited that Blizzard is releasing a remastered version of StarCraft – I know that myself and many other gamers will be happy to re-live those classic StarCraft moments in this newly remastered version. What game brings back fond memories? Let us know in the comments!
  5. From open world to first person shooter to real-time strategy, we all started gaming somewhere, and our first choice of games often influenced our taste in games to this day. Quite a few of us at CORSAIR regularly play games (some at more appropriate times of the day than others) on our own or together, and sharing fond memories of games is one of the easiest things that all of us can relate to. Here's a few of our best memories! Robert W. TES III: Morrowind I spent so many hours running around, using the physical map to explore new towns or regions, but funnily enough never actually beat the game. As a kid the quest system was a little difficult to understand, so I would use console commands to gear up in toddtest and then teleport to new places I’d never been until I’d explored every inch of the island. I’m playing through it right now to try and fulfill a mini bucket list goal of completing the main quests! (Art by StormAndy) Blake A. Ultima Online I started my journey back in 2001 when I was given an Ultima Online CD and started playing on a private server. This is what started my addiction to online gaming and MMOs in general. I put hundreds and hundreds of hours into Ultima Online talking to friends and building communities, it’s a wonder how I even managed to graduate high school. This then passed on to World of Warcraft where I spent even more time due to not having any school and having only a part time job. I got heavily into PC gaming and always wanted to play the newest games, so I needed the right hardware. This lead into a mild obsession of building one of the best rigs one could buy at the time. It opened up a whole world of PC customization for me, like sleeving cables or painting my case. Thanks to PC gaming, it’s one of the main reasons I ended up here at CORSAIR. Justice D. Mario Party My favorite nostalgic gaming memory comes from the ‘Ghost vs Bicycle’ minigame in Mario Party 1. No, not the entire game. What a waste of time. I’m talking about that one mini-game where your character had to power a light bulb by peddling a bicycle… so that, uh, the ghost wouldn’t get you, or whatever. The one that came out when we were like 12 years old. The one where you had to rotate the N64 thumbstick faster than the other three players. The one where, if you were at all competent, you palmed the stick and used your entire arm to motor a clockwise rotation. The faster you spun, the greater chance of victory. But also: open wounds, blood, destroyed controllers, and tears. Literal tears. Oh man, it was great. This was the first ever time I’d seen physical torture being a part of a game. I wish more of today’s video games implemented this sort of immersion. No simulated world, character story, or VR experience will ever be as stimulating as an open blister on your dominant hand for a week. Thanks, Mario Party. (Art by ChrisMMiller) Scott E. Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance XWA was the first time I really got deep into a multiplayer game. It was also the first PC game that inspired me to start upgrading my components for better performance. I have such fond memories of flying 2 vs 2 X-Wing or Z-95 Headhunter matches. The tournament matches were timed with an infinite respawn. It was so harrowing to be the lone survivor of a ‘furball’ (dogfight) and desperately trying to juke your damaged ship back to your wingman’s jump point. This all happened at a time when leaderboards weren’t automatically updated. You had to fill out an online form and submit screenshots to make progress. I haven’t checked in years, but I believe I’m still one of the top 20 pilots for X-Wing Alliance. Justin G. Super Mario Bros. For me, it has to be Super Mario Bros. on the NES. I must admit (however embarrassing) that I had never gotten past the first dungeon level (World 1-2) in my younger years. But what made this extremely fun were the countless hours spent with my family, especially my little brother watching me play it - actually jumping when Mario jumped or moving left and right when Mario moved in game. Yeah, they laughed when I did that but look at where we are now - motion-sensitive controls, VR experience. I’d like to think that I helped pioneer these gaming experiences. Up to this day, I have yet to get past World 1-2. I’m just horrible with platform games. (Art by SilentKV) Chris L. Final Fantasy VIII FFVIII was the first game that I got to experience without my two older brothers being involved. We were always a Nintendo/PC household, and I was usually left waiting for the second controller as my two brothers raced through Star Fox, Super Punch Out, Super Mario World and others. One holiday season we got the original PlayStation, and I was given Final Fantasy VIII. Being able to game by myself in my own fantasy world was a dream come true. I got lost in the world of chocobos and magic, and realized for the first time that video games could have complex plots with deep character motivations. It changed my perspective on video games and I've been hooked on JRPGs ever since. Adam J. Age of Empires This was my first ever true gaming experience on a PC. I fell in love with the city building aspect of it and for being able to create a massive army to take out my enemies. I played hour after hour of this game. Of course every once in a while I'd have some fun with cheats. If you've played the game then you're familiar with the phrase "big daddy". Nothing like driving a missile launcher loaded black car into the medieval era! ;) (Art by Trebuxet) Tracie H. StarCraft: Brood War My favorite ‘old’ game is StarCraft: Brood War. Not only is it the most iconic RTS game of all time, but it is a game that helped drive my passion for video games and eSports to a point where I still follow the StarCraft scene to this day. One of my favorite aspects about Brood War was the unique units for each race, and their incredibly memorable voice lines. I still find myself quoting “Battlecruiser Operational!” and feeling a sense of nostalgia for the great memories that Brood War brought me. The game made such an impact on me that I am still playing StarCraft to this day – I consistently play the current SC2 expansion, Legacy of the Void, on a regular basis and am constantly reminded of the “good old Brood War days.” I am so excited that Blizzard is releasing a remastered version of StarCraft – I know that myself and many other gamers will be happy to re-live those classic StarCraft moments in this newly remastered version. What game brings back fond memories? Let us know in the comments!
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