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  1. Hello! I think my GPU died. I was playing a non intense game, when I noticed the fans kick in and in the task manager I could see it using 90ish percent of it. Then my screens went black. And since then I havent been able to get any display. I tried a hard reboot and still nothing. CMOS cleaned too. When the computer is booting there is no display either. The computer still works, I managed to login blind and run Spotify to verify everything else is fine. I just am not getting any video output. I confirmed my monitors are fine. Is there anything I can do? Can I replace the graphic card or at least connect via integrated graphics to copy my data over.
  2. Dear Corsair Support or fans I’ve been using my Corsair One Elite for a while now, about one year and a half I’d say, without any major issues that wouldn’t be solved in just a few clicks. But today I’ve encountered one major problem I think. I didn’t use my computer for some time, as I wasn’t home for 3 months or so, when I came back it worked just fine. Today I decided it was time for some hardware checks and also time for new drivers. I did a fast analysis using Corsair Diagnostics and everything seemed fine. Afterwards, I installed the new drivers, but as soon as I did that, both my monitors went of two different colors. I didn’t think much about it at first. After a few seconds they came back normal. After 5/10 mins they became like that again, but now with different colors. Now I started becoming a bit worried and decided to check if someone knew what was going on, but I didn’t actually find what I was looking for. As I could une nor my keyboard nor my mouse, I just shut down the computer clicking the main button. After rebooting it they seemed fine, but then did the same thing again. I tried unplugging and plugging back in the Display Ports, but it caused much more problems. As fast as possibile I tried rebooting it while clicking F8, uninstalled the latest Windows update, and continued, still getting the same problem. I don’t know what it could actually be, I kind of feel like it might be a GPU problem, but I don’t get how it would affect also all the other computer peripherals. Thank you in advance.
  3. Since the Asus Mainboards are supported in the ICUE software I wanted to know if the Asus Graphic Card Support for ICUE is coming, I mean it can't be that complex to programm this because there is only the ROG STRIX series wich supports Asus Aura. It should be even simpler due the fact the cards got only one RGB-Zone. In comparison to Asus MBs, wich are many models and have more RGB-Zones the support for their Graphic Card should be easier and faster. Do you guys know any further?
  4. Hi guys. I'm hoping someone can provide some advice. I am fairly new to building my own PCs, this will be my second. (1st was a compact rig in a Corsair Obsedion250D) Anyway, I was looking at the Carbide Air 240, and thinking once built, further down the line I could slip in a second graphics card to re-up the specs. My concern is Do Graphics cards so close together end up with heat problems? http://www.corsair.com/en/~/media/032BFC4859E54389A3F80DD53B95E445.ashx?w=700
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