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  1. I have the Asus GPU plugin in CUE 4 but I cannot use it I presume because my Asus GPU is installed onto an EKWB waterblock with it's own LED's. I use the Asus motherboard plugin but would like to remove the Asus GPU plugin from showing in CUE 4. Is that possible?
  2. I just installed a Corsair Waterblock on my 3080Ti Fe and the temp is now locked to 65C where it was running at 80+C when on its stock cooler. This is in addition to the core clocks decreasing as soon as I enter into a game going from 1950MHz to less than 900MHz. Precision is not locking the temp to 65 and all the settings are the same. Is there anyone who has an idea why the card is not behaving properly? I have found that the card is thermal throttling even though the core is at 68C Hwinfo is reporting the highest temp on the card overall is 104C thus the throttling. I assume it is due to lack of cooling on VRMS but am unsure, any ideas other ideas or ways I could confirm my thoughts?
  3. After updating to the newest Aura, I now have a Asus GPU icon in my icue but I have a EVGA 2080 super ftw 3 gpu. NOT a asus.
  4. I use iCUE with a Commander Pro for fan control and the iCUE dashboard to monitor those fans and all the various temperatures of my rig, but mainly the temperatures of my CPU and GPU. I'm currently running a RTX 3090 with a hybrid cooling solution and my GPU temperatures are great, but I worry about my GDDR temperatures. Can iCUE be using to monitory the GDDR temperatures of my RTX 3090?
  5. Hi, I recently updated ICue and now I see that it is picking up my GPU as a device, however, the GPU does not update anything when changed in ICue, anyone else see this or get it working?
  6. So I know this is in the MB lighting section but.... as there is no GPU section that I can fine this was the closest thing to my point. So, we have asus MB lighting on the way to full release, with this there is only one major item left to integrate into the iCue ecosystem is the RGB lighting on GPUs, as a recall of what’s possible to control at this point via iCue vs what has lighting is as follows, starting with what’s iCue compatible; 1. ASUS Motherboards 2. Corsair Ram 3. Corsair AIOs 4. RGB fans compatible with either the lighting node or commander pro 5. RGB strips (controllable from either Corsair controllers or ASUS MB) 6. Corsair keyboards 7. Corsair mice 8. Corsair headsets 9. Corsair RGB accessories such as RGB mouse pads and the like And for things that aren’t controllable from iCue excluding things of the same item type as above in order of likely use; 1. GPUs (May be easy to just adapt the new asus plugin to also support ASUS GPU lighting, though it would be nice if others like EVGA or MSI where to be available at some point) 2. Sound cards with RGB lighting 3. RGB SSDs (yes I know.... I don’t get it either but....) 4. Monitors with Backsplash RGB 5. Things like Phillips hue lighting And as you can see out of the major things mentioned above you could make an entire system that would use one program to control everything with the exception of the GPU if it has lighting.... if we had that it would be truly possible
  7. So I recently was able to get ahold of a 3080 FE and I was hoping to adjust the RGB in iCUE. However, it doesn't appear where the other components are. I was originally using iCUE v3 upgrading it all the way up to 3.38.61 and tried using a bunch of older versions as well with no luck. I just upgraded to v4 hoping it would show up there. However, it hasn't. I have updated the graphics driver for the card and have the latest BIOS for my motherboard (an MSI Meg Unify x570). I am honestly not entirely sure what to try at this point. Does anyone have any ideas? This isn't super important but I would just really like it to work if it can be done. I was able to edit the RGB in EVGA Precision but I would rather be able to do it in iCUE as I prefer MSI Afterburner. My only thought at this point is possibly my motherboard isn't compatible? Or maybe there's a setting in my BIOS I have to fix? I'm honestly not sure.
  8. Finished building custom loop few days ago but noticed in benchmarks like Port Royal Stress Test, Metro Exodus and Gears 5 all giving lower average FPS. I don't get this as my now water cooled RTX 3090 (Zotac) is running perfectly fine on the temperature side of things, as it's 55-60 on load which sounds fine. Coolant temp is around 40 degrees on load... Anyone know what's going on?
  9. Hey, so I'm building a system for my girlfriend with the new RTX 30 series card, specifically the ASUS ROG STRIX RTX 3080 GAMING 10G. And my question is: Will it fit in the Corsair 220T case? I know that the clearance is 300mm and the card is 318mm, but from what I've seen with other long cards it should fit. Thanks for any replies! :sunglasse
  10. Hi, I have a 465x Case and an MSI RTX 2070 Super that I desperately want to vertically mount (it looks so cool) but I'm concerned about how close to the glass the GPU will be, I know the case supports vertical mounting but will it actually be safe for the card heat wise? My card already hits 75 degrees when gaming heavily.
  11. Hi, I'm a new commer in the world of custom watercooling, and I'm wondering, if the waterblock from this loop : https://www.corsair.com/fr/fr/custom-cooling-configurator?configCode=UfAXzg is compatible with my graphics card ? Asus ROG-STRIX-RTX2080S-A8G there is 3 choice when I give the reference but not the exact model one there is strix 2080 super / strix 2080 super OC / strix 2080 super Advanced each one give me the same waterblock : XG7 RGB 20-SERIES (2080 Strix) Thanks in advance !
  12. My question is if it is possible to remove the GPU bracket Becasue if I wanna have vertical GPU I don't wanna cut my back from my pc and don't want to pay more for the 90 degrade cables so. Is it possible to remove the whole you bracket? If you have a better solution tell more Thnx for helping out
  13. Hi, My Corsair One Pro (8700k/1080 config)'s GPU seems to be failing. Last night I was trying to play Assassin's Creed: Syndicate and Modern Warfare and when the GPU was under load the PC would crash in a bizarre way. Artifacting (solid colour the first two times third was blocks) then cut to black. Then no signal while the VRAM blower cooler ramps up to full speed. And doesn't recover unless force shutdown and rebooted. Then it's fine until its under load again, only started last night with AC but now it seems to be across the board. Leading me to think it's the GPU or PSU. Tried repairing windows incase there's any issue there, and DDU'ing the GPU driver and reinstalling the newest one. I've tried contacting support with no reply yet (but it's the weekend of course so probably won't until Monday). It's only 18 months old so it should fall under the manufacturers warranty at the very least (believe its 6 years UK/2 Europe?). Really just looking for other peoples experiences or advice, anyone had anything similar with these? Or ways to get in touch with Corsair? Tried a ticket, calling the support number and reddit with no luck. Thanks
  14. Hello, Everything in my build is iCue compatible except for the GPU. I was contemplating pulling my EVGA RTX 2080 ti XC Ultra apart and disabling the EVGA LED's and installing a Corsair LED strip in the card. I'm curious if anyone has ever disabled EVGA's crappy RGB and installed a LED strip in the shroud to light it up. Maybe not disable them as I can just shut them off, but I'd like anyone's feedback on adding a strip to it so I can sync it with everything else. I'd find it hard to believe if no one has done this :laughing:. Any feedback would be appreciated. EVGA's RGB is super antiquated compared to iCue and it's bugging the crap out of me! Thanks!
  15. Problem is in title; iCUE background processes/services (4 of them) keep the Nvidia dgpu active instead of letting Optimus switch to the Intel igpu, iCUE is disabled in startup so it shouldn't be running. Any advice to keep those services from running when the program isn't running? I have to either uninstall the software to keep the graphics switching behaviour working, or close those 4 processes multiple times (they restart a couple of times for some reason:mad:) every time when starting Windows. Behaviour is the same with multiple different versions of iCUE. Thanks. *Edit* 4 services, not 3.
  16. As the title says, there is a high-pitched, buzz coming from the right side of the unit whenever I run games. I have a 2560x1080 165hz monitor. I'm inclined to saying its coil whine, but I'm not sure as I'm no expert on these kinds of things. Any input would be hugely appreciated, should I request a replacement? Can I fix this? The unit is brand new <1 week old. Please ask any questions you may have! Here's a video of the noise I'm experiencing. https://drive.google.com/file/d/174yf3ejUm00QmhLzfYbs5vyMrC7Tehmi/view?usp=sharing under heavy load: https://drive.google.com/file/d/15tKTDyiGyo1bwmvWtGkin1mOVAxi-OUM/view?usp=sharing
  17. Hello, I bought a computer as it was built(missing a graphics card) off someone over a year ago and I didn't know to ask for the remaining uninstalled power supply cables. I don't think that these were something I was given and I don't want to trouble him to find them. I recently got a graphics card that takes 2 8pin PCIe cables. I have a Corsair RMx 850 power supply. Are these a set that would have come with the power supply?: https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Accessories-%7C-Parts/PC-Components/Power-Supplies/Premium-Individually-Sleeved-PCIe-Cables-%28Single-Connector%29-Type-4-Gen-4/p/CP-8920243 EDIT: Just realized through package contents that these appear to be just two 8 pin to 6+2 pin cables, not a full set, ergo exactly what I need. Still confused what the cable below is. Will probably order one of these. Is this just one 6+2 PCIe cable?: https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Accessories-%7C-Parts/PC-Components/Power-Supplies/Type-4-Sleeved-black-PCIe-cable-with-pigtail-connector-and-capacitors-for-Type-4-PSU/p/CP-8920143 Presumably I just need to buy 2 of the single cable. The pictures are confusing they seem to show 2 cables and only one end of the cable clearly. Does anyone know how long it is? Sorry if questions seem obvious. New to most of this.
  18. I wonder, it's like there is a missing part already, cause if you look at the Application it looks like there's something missing at the GPU info at the HOME-tab - I would like if Link could show the load of the GPU also like it does with the CPU and like other applications like the Taskmanager succeeds with it, hope that could be added in a future version of Link?
  19. Happens in both V3.27.68 and 3.28.70, tried reinstalling I've noticed that iCUE uses 3-5% GPU usage on my RTX 2070, so I did some tests and noticed the following. If I Close (Right Click, exit) and relaunch iCUE, close it by clicking "X" after launch, the GPU usage would not be used by iCUE. It stayed at 0% the whole time As soon as I right click the iCUE icon on my taskbar/bring to foreground, GPU usage would start to hover around 3-5% for iCUE as show in task manager. It would not stop the GPU usage until I close the program (Right click, exit) Any tips on why this would happen? Thanks
  20. Hey guys, I'm wondering if any of you have found success with overclocking the i165. What I mean is if you've gotten significantly more performance out of it, because I tried and did not achieve more than some inconsistent 2% ish boosts in CPU speed and, perhaps, a few frames more per second from the GPU at the expense of a lot more fan noise (though still at full volume it wasn't a big deal - i just think that the tradeoff of silence for a few less frames is worth it). Jake
  21. Maybe someone can help me. I am looking to find a great graphics card that will support the following build. Ryzen 9 3950 (pending of course) Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Hero Wifi 2 x 16 Vengeance DDR4-3600 CL16 H150I Pro Cooler Corsair HX1000i PSU 2 - M.2 MP600 SSD My monitors are "3" ASUS ROG SWIFT PG279Q 27" This build is going to be for streaming/gaming. Being I am running 3 monitors that are rated up to 165hz refresh rates, I figured I would go with a good GPU. I have been looking at the MSI GeForce 2080 TI Gaming Trio, but have heard some bad reviews but also some good ones. I just want something that is good quality, and will last. The reviews I read say mainly they have failed after a few days or a few months of use. I don't know what MSI reputation is, and how good their product is, but I want something of good quality and something that is known to last, especially since I am spending such a high amount of money for the GPU. Any help would be great. Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, but since most of my product relates to corsair, I figured this would be a good place to start, and since I have other posts here where people have helped me greatly, I'd like to continue here.
  22. Hello all, I have the 570x Corsair Case and the H150i AIO from Corsair. I have the AIO mounted in the front of the case, as that is the only place it can fit. The GPU I am looking at purchasing is 328mm in length, and the case offers 370mm of space for the GPU. However, I was wondering if this space also accounted for the front AIO and fan placement? I’m worried about possible spacing issues within the case. Any help is greatly appreciated, Ecliptic
  23. So Icue currently has a readout for your CPU load and temp, and gpu temp. Wouldn't it be nice if we had a per core load readout? Or here is a big one that I cant believe was missed, GPU core load! :eek: On the subject of Icue, can we get some custom brackets for the dashboard? Like I pull ALL my temps out from there brackets and It would be nice to have a bracket filled with Just Temps, and another filled with Fan RPM's another for Load's (GPU and CPU) and voltages. On a side note has anyone had an issue with Icue randomly stopping, disconnecting devices (In my case my M65 RGB and MM800 and some of my HD120's) and then reconnecting like nothing happen? No joke, when I plug my MM800 and M65 into 2 specific USB ports on the back of my Mobo that happen, interestingly I switched them to the 2 ports above those, and everything has been butter smooth...
  24. Unsure if I am missing something or just gone overkill, I installed a H100i V2 for the cpu - works fantastic then since my GPU gets 70-80 I bought a NZXT mount and installed another Hv100i V2 - yeah yeah probably overkill, but heres my problem the LINK software doesn't pick up that I have 2 separate H100i has anyone done something similar and if so how did you get around it I need to be able to set custom fan/pump for each cooler - is it possible? What am i missing - TIA
  25. Hi, i bought the Crystal 570X RGB Mirror Black Case recently, and i noticed that it has an Option for a vertical GPU Mount. Unfortunately the Manual for the Case is the same as the one for the regular Version, leaving me with no Guidance on how to properly install the GPU in that Fashion. I'm aware that Corsair is not selling their own official Riser Cable at this Point, but i want to at least have a Word from a Company Representative, on what 3rd Party Riser Cable to use. The Problem that i have, is that almost all Riser Cables require the Base of the PCI-E Slot to be mounted to the Case with Screws, and there are no Screw Holes on Top of the PSU Shroud. As a Customer, i feel pretty left alone at this Point. I don't want to be forced to drill Holes in a 200$ Case, just because i wasn't provided with the proper Instructions or Accessories by the Manufacturer. I saw Employee's recommending the "Cooler Master Vertical Graphics Card Holder Kit" for Example, not knowing that there is no Point in buying that one, because unlike the regular Version of the 570X, the Mirror Black Special Edition, already comes with a dedicated Cutout for the GPU to hold on to. I hope that you Guys are able to help me out here. Happy Holidays!
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