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Today I applied the regular windows 10 update KB5008212, and then my iCUE 3 software didn't recognize my i200 PRO as device anymore. I used the newest 3 with no effect. I was not able to de-install the security update ... and found me in a critical situation because without fan control I can't keep my system cool (only the emergency hardware fan control is then available which kicks in far too late). The only way out was upgrading to iCUE 4, even though the download/support page of i200 PRO says to use iCUE 3. It seems to work now and my PC is cooling down again from already 80C motherboard and 58C coolant temperature. But I noticed that my SSD is not recognized anymore, not mission critical but a drawback. I don't want to have that experience ever again ... and following questions: 1. Is using iCUE 4 safe for i200 PRO series? 2. Is there any way to set the hardware fan speed curve (without iCUE) to anything else than the most lazy? My default software setting is 60% fan speed flat to keep my coolant temp below 45C. 3. How can I get back monitoring temp of my SSD?
Hey Folks, I’m thinking about getting the Corsair ONE a200 with the Rizen 5900x for gaming. That seems to be the machine that Corsair is marketing towards gamers. However, I wonder if the i200 with an Intel 11900K would be slightly faster? I’ve been comparing game benchmarks, and the Intel chip seems slightly faster the the Rizen chip, especially for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, which I love. What are your thoughts? If price is no object, is the i200 better than the a200 for gaming?
Hi everyone, here are some quick guides for upgrading the memory and 2.5" storage of CORSAIR ONE i100/i200 Series systems. Note that PRO models are equipped with motherboards that feature slots for smaller form-factor SO-DIMM memory, so the modules will look different from traditional desktop modules as seen in non-PRO models. Final note, M.2 SSDs in current CORSAIR ONE models are underneath the motherboard and will require the motherboard to be removed in order to access the module. The M.2 drive contains your operating system and recovery partition, so an upgrade will require either you clone the drive using a USB M.2 NVMe adapter OR a fresh install of Windows 10 (you'll need to download drivers from the product page for your particular CORSAIR ONE model). Memory: [ame] [/ame] 2.5" Storage: [ame] [/ame] -CJ