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  1. Having lags issues with any type of mouse connected to my system I tried Logitech XM Vertical, XM Master and Dark Core RGB Pro SE all have the lagging issue noticed if I stop the ICUE everything works fine I purchased this Corsair i164 about a week all apps and drivers are updated to the latest any help will be appreciated
  2. Hi all — I just got the CORSAIR ONE i164, what a marvel of engineering. Such an awesome machine. For my Mac desktop I have dual LG UltraFine 5K screens, and it’s important to note that they are the -B model which supports display over USB-C, not just Thunderbolt. I plugged both into the CORSAIR ONE via bidirectional DP-to-USB-C cables, as recommended when connecting to DP on this screen. Note that Windows and the DisplayPort implementation means the screen only runs at 4K, but that’s fine for my purposes. So the behavior is strange on the CORSAIR ONE: I have both screens plugged in. When I boot, the first screen turns on and displays the CORSAIR ONE logo and BIOS prompts and whatnot. As Windows loads, that screen shuts off and the second one turns on. Windows continues to boot no problem. I can never get BOTH screens turned on. Only one works at a time. This seems weird as I know the CORSAIR can drive three 4K screens, one on each DP, it seems like it should be able to do 2! Even stranger: - Windows does not detect the second display - NVIDIA Control Panel DOES detect it, but when trying to configure it in Multiple Monitor setup, nothing happens when I click the checkbox for the screen Things I’ve tried: - Update NVIDIA drivers - DDU and clean install of NVIDIA drivers - Different cables - Swapping ports around - Lowering the resolution of the first screen Always I can only get one to turn on at a time. But the one looks great!! ;) Any ideas? And again I am totally cool with them not running 5K, the 4K on the main screen looks great. Also, is it true the 2080 ti inside actually has a USB-C/VirtualLink port and is just not passed through to outside the case? I’ve actually heard these screens can be driven well off those ports since they are naturally USB-C. Thank you!
  3. 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
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