Jump to content
Corsair Community

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'icue commander pro'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • CORSAIR COMMS DEPARTMENT
    • Community Rules & Announcements
    • Live Event Announcements
    • New Product Releases
  • COMMUNITY DISCUSSIONS
    • Non-CORSAIR Tech, Benchmarks, and Overclocking
    • Games & Gaming
    • Battlestation and Build Showcase
  • TECHNICAL SUPPORT & CUSTOMER SERVICE
    • iCUE Software Troubleshooting
    • Build Hardware Troubleshooting
    • Gaming Peripherals & Audio Troubleshooting
    • Furniture and Ambient Lighting Troubleshooting
    • CORSAIR Pre-Built Systems Troubleshooting
  • PRODUCT DISCUSSIONS
    • CORSAIR iCUE
    • Build Hardware
    • Gaming Peripherals
    • Audio Devices
    • Battlestation Hardware: Ambient Lighting, Furniture, etc.
    • CORSAIR Pre-Built Systems
    • CORSAIR Technologies Q&A
  • Alternative Languages
    • Deutscher Support (German Support)
    • French Support
    • Spanish Support
  • LEGACY TOPICS
    • Corsair Enthusiasts Section
    • Corsair Product Discussion
    • Alternate Language Support
    • Customer Service

Categories

  • System Build Inspiration
  • Memory
  • Cases
  • iCUE CONTROLLERS
  • Maximizing Performance
  • Peripherals
  • Storage
  • Liquid Cooling
  • Gaming Mice
  • News and Events
  • How-tos and DIY
  • USB Drives
  • Extreme OC Mods
  • Gaming Keyboards
  • Power Supply Units
  • Gaming Headsets
  • Uncategorized

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


About Me


Interests


Occupation


Optical Drive # 1


Homepage


ICQ


AIM


Yahoo


MSN


Skype

Found 4 results

  1. So I have the Commander Pro and am trying to set up a fan curve for my fans through iCue. I am able to set up the fan curve along with which fans it affects. The problem is, I also notice that the fans don't increase in RPMs when my CPU temps increase. I use HWInfo through my Stream Deck to monitor temps and stuff. I know HWInfo and iCue had conflicts when it came to fan curves, but is that still an issue? Is there anyway I can implement these fans curves without having to uninstall HWInfo?
  2. Hello, I would like to have some feedback about several stuttering I'm expericing with icue since I build my pc (now almost 2 years) I have a Corsair Obsidian 500D SE RGB, AIO H115i and 4 led strips all connected to the ccpro. Depending with the version of icue I'm experincing different levels of stuttering; from almost none to massive (https://vimeo.com/user90831861/review/510629436/bce169b0b0) I noticed that the issue seems more present when it's hot in the room or while gaming. My concern is that the issue may be due to some icue bugs but also to the position of the ccpro in the case. I placed it in back, where there's the ssd bays (https://i.postimg.cc/4NNgZVj7/2019-07-14-11-09-IMG-2741.jpg) but the zone tend to get a quite warm after a bit with the heat of the cpu and gpu plus the absent air flow. You think it's possibile that all the issue are caused by the ccpro overheat or might be software related? In the first case it might be helpfull to place the ccpro below the HDD? Thanks for the help
  3. Hey Leute, Ich habe ein Problem mit meinen 2 120mm ML Lüfter, welche bei der AIO dabei waren. Die Lüfter funktionieren einwandfrei und werden in der Icue Software angezeigt aber sie leuchten nicht. Als ich das erste Mal den PC gebootet habe leuchteten sie und als ich die Software herunter geladen habe ging gar nix mehr. Habe die Lüfter auch an das RGB HUB angeschlossen wo 2 LL Lüfter auch dran hängen aber leider vergebens. Ich besitze auch den Commander Pro. Hoffe einer von euch kann mir helfen. Danke im Voraus:)
  4. Hello I have rack for my network and servers at home, since i installed some new equipment it is getting a little toasty, so i was thinking about creating some air circulation in my rack with some fans. I do not have a motherboard available, where i could connect the iCUE Commander PRO, so i was think about making an adapter for the SATA power cable and then just power the iCUE Commander PRO with pure SATA power and nothing else. I don't care if the fans connected to the iCUE Commander PRO will run at max. speed 24/7 or if they will only run at a static speed, since the rack is in a seperate room and noise would not matter too much. :) I hope some of you guys can help answer me if this would be possible or the iCUE Commander PRO need a USB-connection to function? Best Regards Frederik
×
×
  • Create New...