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  1. As all of you know, iCUE is our software that manages literally every CORSAIR product to date. I'm sure some of you are iCUE experts by now 😉 If you are new to our ecosystem, no worries! Check out this Pro-Tip for setting RGB lighting ✨! What iCUE lighting effects, macros, and profiles are your favorite and/or most used? Show us your configurations so others may use it too 😁 We wanna hear you! Do you have any iCUE suggestions that would make your experience better? Please leave your suggestions down below so we can read over them!
  2. hi everyone I have a problem I don't know if its a common issue or not because i just tried it now for first time, i have dark core pro rgb SE and Virtuoso SE and i tried to splitstream connect them with one wireless USB which in this case the one with the virtuoso. when its done configuration the connection is perfect and every thing works fine except for the RGB it stuck on both devices to RED and no matter what profile you are on its still red, it seems like the rgb zones not responding to the icue app. when i revert the connection back again (every device connected to its Wi-Fi USB) the RGB works fine again
  3. Hi, we're currently not able to multi-select cooling presets in iCUE especially when there's tons of presets that needs to be deleted because every time I import a new profile, it duplicates the presets which makes iCUE lag when I select different cooling presets for my fans so it would be great if we can have that feature, thanks!
  4. Bonjour! En me baladant sur les effets disponibles dans icue, j'ai vu l'option "éclairage de frappe" dans la section "lighting link". Mais quand je la sélectionne, rien ne se passe? L'option marche correctement dans la section "préréglage" (évidemment que sur le clavier) J'ai un clavier k95, de la ram vengeance pro rgb (x4) et la souris scimitar rgb elite Comment pourrais-je faire fonctionner cet effet? Merci d'avance :)
  5. I've been using iCue for years with no problems until now. I recently switched from intel to Ryzen and am now having issues with windows hanging and not responding. I have done a lot of troubleshooting trying to figure out what is causing this and I have come to the conclusion that it is, without a doubt, Corsair's iCue software causing this issue. Here's what happens: Randomly, iCue will crash, causing all the lights in my PC to go into "hardware mode." This is almost immediately followed by any apps I have running to stop responding and eventually the only thing I can do is move my mouse around the desktop. Clicking on icons does nothing. Attempting to restart the PC via start menu does not work and if left alone, Windows explorer will eventually crash and not recover. I have to do a hard reset to get everything working again. This happens at least once a day. Things I have troubleshooted: -Reinstalled windows several times -DDU Drivers and reinstall -Bios Update/Cmos resets -Registry cleaning/Defrag hard drives -unplug all non-essential USB devices -uninstall/reinstall iCue -Disable iCue and other non-essential apps, running PC with iCue installed but not running. None of this worked as my PC would still hang and crash. About a week ago, I uninstalled iCue completely and did not reinstall it and have not had a system hang or crash since. Uninstalling iCue seems to have fixed my issue. This is a shame because I have over $300 in Corsair LL Series fans in my PC that I can no longer customize unless I want my system to crash daily. Does anyone else have this issue and have you come to the same conclusion. I have seem similar posts on reddit and even in these forums going back several years and it seems the problem has not been fixed. My Specs: AMD Ryzen 7 5800x ASUS ROG Strix B550-F Motherboard 32GB Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 3600Mhz RAM Nvidia RTX 3080Ti FE 1tb WD Black M.2 SSD 2x 1TB SSDs (RAID 0) 850w EVGA BQ 80+ Gold Power Supply 10x Corsair LL Series Fans Corsair H150i Elite Capelix 360mm AIO Corsair K70 TKL Keyboard Corsair Dark Core pro Mouse Corsair MM700 RGB Mousepad
  6. So today I updated iCUE on my laptop and after the update the audio started stuttering. (it was still v3) I uninstalled the software with IOBit to perform a clean installation. Downloaded v4 and installed, the issue was there again. I did the tests with my Corsair VOID Elite Wireless headset, a pair of Xiaomi earphones and without any headset, the stuttering was always present. To people that may have the same issue the fix is: Open the iCUE installation folder and locate "Corsair.Service.CpuIdRemote64.exe" Kill the Corsair CpuIdRemote process with the task manager or any process manager Quickly change that file extension to anything you want, for example "Corsair.Service.CpuIdRemote64.exe.dumb", this will prevent the service from restarting Enjoy Waiting Corsair to fix this...
  7. I don't know why ICUE can't see the graphics card (ASUS GeForce RTX 3070Ti ROG STRIX 8GB) but the motherboard sees without problems in the ICUE panel. ICUE in settings i have plugins (ON), ICUE has been updated to the latest version including ARMORY CRATE as well. I can't control RGB lighting from ICUE on the graphics card. Additionally, in the previous ASUS GeForce RTX 3070 ROG Strix OC White 8GB graphics card, everything worked properly and the card was displayed in ICUE. what should I do to see the graphics card in ICUE panel again? Additionally, I would like to inform you that the ARMORY CRATE program sees the graphics card normally
  8. I have ASUS Crossfire dark hero mobo Corsair rm 1000e PSU AMD 5950x The icue h150i rgb pro xt doesnt light up and also doesnt seem to do anything for cooling. All the fans light up and spin. I have it connected to CPU_Fan, USB 2.0, and SATA psu. My PC auto shuts down after about 1 min. I can get into the bios and I can see the CPU temp rising really fast. I get about a min before auto shut down. Im not even sure how to know if the pump is functioning. The RGB on the pump also doesnt work. Ive exhausted pretty much every option so here I am! Any help would be appreciated!
  9. Hey Everyone! We are super excited to present to you two more additions to our monitor lineup - XENEON 32QHD240 and 32UHD144! With high-resolution displays perfect for games and media, these also pack fast refresh rates and response times for the best experience. Here's a few quick highlights: XENEON 32UHD144 Built-in mounting point enables compatibility with rigging systems such as the XENEON Camera Mount Adapter and Elgato Flex Arm (sold separately). Connect using USB Type-C, 2x HDMI 2.1, or DisplayPort 1.4, and expand your connectivity with 2x USB 3.1 Type-C, 2x USB 3.1 Type-A ports and 3.5mm audio output. Includes USB Type-C, HDMI 2.1, and DisplayPort cables. Die-Cast aluminum stand with RapidRoute cable management makes sure your setup looks clean and sleek XENEON 32QHD240 Loaded with an IPS LED panel, Quantom Dot technology (100% sRGB, 100% Adobe RGB color space), and HDR600, you'll be viewing games and content as intended with more vivid, natural colors and astonishing realism. Connect using USB Type-C, 2x HDMI 2.0, or DisplayPort 1.4, and expand your connectivity with 2x USB 3.1 Type-C, 2x USB 3.1 Type-A ports and 3.5mm audio output. Includes USB Type-C, HDMI 2.0, and DisplayPort cables Integrates with CORSAIR iCUE software, allowing easy screen customization and saving of your personalized presets. Click the following for more information: XENEON 32UHD144, XENEON 32QHD240. We've put together a quick FAQ and comparison chart below: Q: Are both monitors AMD FreeSync™ Premium Certified and NVIDIA® G-SYNC Compatible? A: Yes! This helps synchronize visuals with your graphics card for smooth images, less screen tearing, and low input latency. Q: Can I buy the monitors separately from the stand? A: Yup! Our monitors are 100mm x 100mm VESA Mount compatible, so you have the flexibility to mount to a wall or arm if you choose to go without the stand. You can also remove the stand from the monitor. Q: What devices are compatible? A: These monitors are extremely versatile so you can play any games on many different platforms such as: Windows, MacOS, ChromeOS, PS5, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. Let us know your thoughts down below!
  10. Game in a Whole New Light 💡 with Philips Hue and iCUE! Philips Hue lighting can now illuminate your game room in dazzling RGB ✨that is fully synchronized with our iCUE software and compatible products. Controlling Philips Hue lights right from your desktop via iCUE is incredibly simple and intuitive. iCUE recognizes the Philips Hue Bridge automatically – just switch the Philips Hue integration to “ON” in iCUE settings, and a new Philips Hue tile will appear on the iCUE homepage ✔️ From there, you can program and customize Philips Hue light bulbs, lightstrips, and other RGB lights, just as you could a CORSAIR iCUE product 😎 Philips Hue lights can be set to lighting scenes like Rainbow Wave 🌊 and Color Pulse 🌈, or configured to dynamically react to keystrokes or system temperatures, perfectly synchronized with the rest of your RGB setup. The lights can also react to your CPU temperature 🌡️, alert you to notifications 🚨, or react to in-game cues from a host of supported games. With iCUE and Philips Hue, you can create completely customized lighting conditions and add visual appeal to streams, video, and gameplay, all from a single interface. *Support for Philips Hue Play gradient light tubes and Philips Hue gradient Signe lights will be available soon. For more information about Philips Hue, please visit: www.philips-hue.com To download the latest version of iCUE, please visit: www.corsair.com/icue
  11. Sorry for my English I have iCUE H115i Elite Capellix Liquid an the pump is set to mode "Quiet" but is still very loud (in "Quiet" pump works about 2270 RPM). Is there any way to slow the pump below 2000 rpm? Maybe in Bios or in some system settings? The noise from the pump is very annoying. Like something, the cooler is on the front of the case, but the highest point is above the pump. If you can do something about this pump noise? Is there any way to slow the pump below 2000 rpm?
  12. Hello, I just bought new Corsair HS80 Wireless Gaming headset. Everything is great, i love the headset. I realized someting while im listening music like %10 or while my friends talk in discord i hear really noticeable static noise. I searched for solutions, i tried 4-5 methods to fix it but none of them work for me. When i delete the iCUE software static voice is gone but i cant see my battery life and other things... Is there any way to fix because i tried a lot of things in community. I tried to reset headset, i tried reinstalling iCUE, i opened control panel and i changed power settings, also i tried Uninstall the "corsair composite virtual input device" and Uninstall the Headset device found in "Sound, video and game controllers".Maybe Corsair will release new patch for iCUE and it will be fix. I just wanted to point out that there is such a problem. Probably it will fix with some new patch. My Computer properties, WIN 10 Intel® Core™ i7-10750H CPU @ 2.60GHz NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Intel® UHD Graphics THX Spatial Audio Realtek High Definition Audio NVIDIA High Definition Audio 16 GB RAM
  13. Hi everyone, I use K65 mini and SABRE RGB PRO with my laptop. When I set the polling rate of both devices to 8000Hz, the Windows Hello will become unavailable. It will say that it can not turn on the camera. But the camera is available when I use other application such as Discord. If I decrease the polling rate of one of devices to 4000Hz, it will work without any issue. How to solve this problem? My Laptop is ROG G14 2022 (GA402RK). CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 6900HS GPU: AMD Radeon RX 6800S RAM: 32G K65 polling rate 8000Hz K65 polling rate 4000Hz SABRE RGB PRO polling rate 8000Hz X O SABRE RGB PRO polling rate 4000Hz O O
  14. Anyone know when can we expect the Light Enhancement Kits (that fill in the unused RAM slots) for the DDR5 modules? And will we ever have these for the Dominator line, or just Vengeance? Far as I can tell this doesn't exist, only for the DDR4 sticks. Also anyone seen Corsair 8GB RGB DDR5 sticks? Basically I, like a lot of people, would love to fill in all 4 slots on my MOBO but only need 32GB of RAM. So that either means 4x 8GB sticks, or 2x 16GB with filler sticks. At the moment none of this is possible. But both options can be done with DDR, which is annoying. Thanks for any feedback!
  15. So I purchased a corsair H150i capellix after returning one the previous day (it had a broken pump but was brand new) and have spent the last day troubleshooting the thing. When booting up the leds on the CPU block turn on to a orange/reddish color and the fans plugged into the com core turn on. My bios (msi’s click 5) is showing an rpm reading from the CPU_FAN header where the pump is plugged in but i noticed that the rpm will constantly rise to 1600rpm and then fall to 0 then rise back up and the CPU temp reads around 40-50C in bios. After booting into windows and launching ICUE, i get an error on the dashboard saying there is an unknown device snd pump failure. I can see that ICUE knows that there is a cooler as the icon for the unknown device is the CPU block but it will throw the pump failure warning when trying to select anything regarding it. The CPU temp reading in ICUE will show it sitting at around 100C even if checking it right after booting from BIOS where is was around 40-50. I have tried everything I could find regarding the issue, force updating the usb device drivers, reinstalling ICUE after deleting every corsair folder i could find include inside of regedit, trying an older version of ICUE, unplugging and replugging in the 24pin connector to the commander core (which shows up inside of my bluetooth device list) and force updating the firmware on the pump from ICUE. Im not sure what else to try and would hate to have to return it as i just had to return the other new one I bought because of the pump. If anyone has any ideas on what else could be tried I would love to hear!
  16. Hello, I bought the "Smart Lighting Strip Starter Kit", it comes with a AC Power Supply, but I would like to connect the "Smart Lighting Controller" directly to the Motherboard or PSU. Is it possible? The AC Power Supply output: 5V and 5A *PS: Sorry, english is not my main language.
  17. Hi all, Devices: K95 RGB Platinum XT keyboard Dark Core Pro SE mouse Current state: Both keyboard and mouse lighting are controlled by Wallpaper Engine This means my wireless mouse looks like a Christmas tree and drains more battery than it needs to. Brightness is basically an ON or OFF toggle in Settings, and turning it to OFF also turns off the battery indicator light which I would like to keep on. Desired state: Keyboard lighting remains controlled by Wallpaper Engine Mouse lighting controlled through iCue, so I can turn all zones off except except the battery indicator Is the above desired state possible!? Thanks, RaffScallion
  18. We all start from somewhere right? For some, you might've started building since you were 5 👶 but for others, they might have started today. From all my seasoned PC builders, do you have any tips for baby PC builders 👀? I know when I first started building I had almost no idea what I was doing and definitely took way longer than I should have 🤦‍♀️. For example, one big tip 💡 I have is to always cable manage the smallest things. It makes upgrading and changing pieces out of your rig way easier👍 Do you have any other tips? Comment them down below!
  19. I don't know about you, but when I spend almost $200 on a keyboard, I expect a first class product. Both the hardware and software need to meet a high bar. I purchased the K70 RGB PRO with the Cherry MX Brown switches. I was excited about this keyboard because of the onboard memory and the advertised capability to store macros directly to the keyboard. When gaming, I want the ability to program keep-alive type actions which would be undetectable by “anti-cheat” checkers. Specifically, I don't want software running on the computer. If this is your use case, you might want to look elsewhere. After a day of frustration, here is my (incomplete) list of deficiencies for iCUE 4 and the K70 RGB PRO. For reference, I'm using iCUE 4.26.110 and keyboard firmware 1.2.18 (both current as of 8/12/2022). Initial confusion using “Lighting Effects” and “Hardware Lighting”. One would expect that you would configure lighting profiles within the app and then copy these into the hardware. But that's not how it actually works. There are 2 different and mutually exclusive sections to configure. “Lighting Effects” controls the keyboard lights while the iCUE application is running. “Hardware Lighting” is a completely separate configuration which controls the keyboard lights when you completely quit from the iCUE software (and exit the dock icon). You can't copy configurations between these sections. There is a “Lighting Library” that indicates that it's “for sharing Lighting across profiles and devices” - but you can't share between the hardware and software profiles! So once you set up your “Lighting Effects” (software) then you need to completely recreate the same thing in “Hardware Lighting”. If you look at various postings, you'll find that many people are confused about this. Example: configure something in “Lighting Effects” - then use Device Settings to copy the profile to the onboard memory. When you quit out of iCUE - the keyboard goes dark. Why? Because you didn't configure “Hardware Lighting”. The same (odd) technique is used for key assignments. There is a section “Key Assignments” - this is only meaningful while the iCUE software is running. There is a separate section “Hardware Key Assignments” which is only meaningful when the iCUE software is NOT running. You can't copy between the sections. So, when trying to program a hardware macro, you need to program in iCUE (in the “Hardware Key Assignments” section). You need to use Device Settings to copy the profile to onboard memory. Then you need to completely quit iCUE in order to test your macro. You'll need to re-open iCUE to edit the macros. Programmable delays. We want to build a keep-alive macro. Every 5 minutes, hit the spacebar. Delays are programmed in milli-seconds. So 5 minutes = 300,000ms. But the text input in iCUE only supports a 5 digit number. So, your maximum delay is 99,999ms. That's annoying, but we can always create 5 delays of 60,000ms each. Random delays. I was very excited that the keyboard supported random delays. A macro that activates every 5 minutes exactly is too obvious. I'd like to wait a random time between 3 and 6 minutes. Unfortunately, the random delay is also in milli-seconds and also limited to 5 digits. It is impossible to create a random delay of 0-3 minutes. Mathematically, stacking 3 delays of 0-60,000ms is not the same as a single delay of 0-180,000ms. Repeating macros. A keep-alive macro must repeat. iCUE provides “toggle” macros. With a toggle macro, you hit the key once to start the macro and hit it again to stop. Perfect, right? Unfortunately no. A “toggle” macro does not imply repeat. You hit the key to start the macro and you can hit it a second time to stop it before the end. Once it hits the end, it stops regardless. I was trying to define a HARDWARE macro for keep alive. After fighting with this for some time and coming to the conclusion it was broken, I tried to define the same macro in the SOFTWARE key assignments section. There is an option in the SOFTWARE section to repeat continuously. This feature is not available for hardware macros - hardware macros can't repeat. If you're thinking you can cut/paste, to repeat, software macros can be quite large - but hardware macros are limited to 256 steps. The K70 RGB PRO boasts 8MB of onboard memory - but it's divided such that you can't create a single macro with more than 256 steps. Lighting and Macros. The keyboard has lots of fancy lighting. It is pretty nice to be able to light only the keys used by a specific game, allowing the rest of the keyboard to go dark. But what would REALLY be useful? How about lighting/flashing a key while there is a toggle macro active? But that's not an option. The best you can do is change the lighting when the key is pressed and pressed again - but remember, the macro can be shut off by another macro (or might simply end without repeating). So you can't be sure that the macro and lighting are sync'd together at the keypress. It's all too easy to get to a point where activating the macro shuts off the lighting and vice-versa. There is absolutely no visual indication that a macro is running - and no mechanism though lighting to create such an indication. Macro Editing in iCUE. The macro editing window in iCUE shows 7 steps. It's not resizeable. You can't scroll using cursor keys. You scroll with the mouse wheel or by dragging the small/imprecise scroll bar. The mouse wheel scrolls a maximum of 10 clicks/steps of the scroll wheel. So if your macro is 1000 lines, 1 click of the scroll wheel is 100 lines (with only a 7 line window). Given that a single key press is 3 lines (key down, delay, key up) - this is nearly unusable. There's no ability to cut/paste the macro sequence into an external editor. There's not even the ability to cut/paste a command between 2 hardware macros; you can only cut/paste within a single macro. You can't run multiple macros at the same time. Let's say you define 2 toggle macros. Macro 1 hits the “1” key every second. Macro 2 hits the “2” key every 2 seconds. It would be nice to independently toggle these macros. However, once you start macro 2, it silently terminates macro 1. In this post https://forum.corsair.com/forums/topic/130429-macros-simultaneously-working-possible/?do=findComment&comment=788802 a Corsair employee describes this as “an OS limitation”. Really? Corsair either owns the keyboard OS, or simply isn't using it properly. Doing multiple things in a single-threaded process is a problem that's been solved many times. And I'm being kind, assuming that he was talking about hardware macros and the keyboard OS. There really is no excuse for this limitation on the Windows-side using software macros. These last 3, I'd classify as would-be-nice. Subroutines. There aren't any subroutines. If you want to wait 15 minutes, you have to code 15 delay statements. I thought - “Hey, I can bind that to another key and invoke it!” - but no, that doesn't work. Assign a delay macro to F1. Create another macro on F2 that hits the F1 key - it doesn't run the delay macro, it actually hits “F1”, ignoring the macro. Comments. There aren't any comments. A macro with a few dozen steps is pretty hard to read. It would helpful to have the ability to add comments/annotations to the sequence of keystrokes. The sequences are especially hard to read because keydown-delay-keyup is represented by 3 steps. Of course 3 separate steps are required if multiple keys are involved, but for a single key, this could be represented as a single command (even if it gets executed as 3 distinct steps). Another reason for comments is the 7-line editing window. It's very difficult to know where you are when editing a large macro. Random conditionals. It's hard to call it “programming” without conditionals. But I guess we've already established that (in hardware mode) we don't even have the ability to repeat. A “stretch feature” would allow the ability to include random options. Example: 20% of the time, execute sequence A. 80% of the time execute sequence B. I honestly wasn't expecting this, but I'll toss it in as a “would be nice”. Summary. If you're looking for a keyboard with a solid build, nice keys, and impressive lighting, Corsair keyboards will fit the bill. However, if your primary motivation is for macro programming, especially hardware macros, then I'd suggest you look elsewhere. I haven't decided if I'll return it yet, but it clearly hasn't met my expectations.
  20. It's been a while since we released the iCUE ELITE LCD Coolers, for those who have one, what do you put on your AIO LCD screens 👾 (gifs, pics, or temps)? Reminder: please be mindful of what you post on the internet 😅 If you don't use an AIO with a LCD screen, what kinds of wallpaper do you like to run as your monitor background 🖥️ (animated or idle)? Do you keep the same wallpaper on forever or like to change depending on setups/current hyperfixations 🤩? Since I use dual monitors I try to find animated wallpapers that fit on both screens. I have an extra 7 inch monitor inside my PC as well as an LCD cooler. All are animated character gifs from the anime Jujutsu Kaisen! (I really recommend this show🤞) Let us know down below!
  21. Howdy Ya'll, I recently purchased an iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX Liquid CPU Cooler; however, I've been having several problems with it--specifically with the pump. After diagnosing most of these problems myself, I'm stuck with iCUE reading the pump RPM as 0. As a result, it's giving me a "Pump Failure" warning. However, the pump is functioning perfectly fine. Not only is the CPU temperature below 30°C on idle, but BIOS reports a non-zero pump RPM. I've tried unplugging and replugging most every connection there is between the pump, the commander pro, and the motherboard and nothing's changed. I've gone into BIOS to set the CPU_FAN to full speed and nothing's changed. I've tried force updating the firmware for the device in iCUE, but the pump reads 0 rpm still. At this point, I'm wondering if there's any fix whatsoever or if I should just replace it because it's driving me crazy listening to my fans run at 100% all the time.
  22. So I bought the 5000t added 2 LL140mm fans and 4 LL 120mm fans on top the three included fnas and rgb strips. I just can't get them all to light up. I have looked up wiring diagrams on how it should be wired and they initially all lit up before the iCue software updated and shut the leds off 2 fans and most of the rgb strips.
  23. My PC has recently started turning off for no reason and then not wanting to post. I have narrowed it down to the dongle for the AX1200i. I have already done a full uninstall and reinstall of iCue - When I don't have the dongle plugged into the PSU it flashes red and green. - When I have the dongle plugged into the PSU with iCue installed, it flash red and green. - When I have the dongle plugged into the PSU and uninstall iCue it stays green. I'm running the following hardware on Windows 11 Pro fully updated to current releases/patches. iCue ver 4.26.110 - Dominator Platinum RGB 2x16GB Ram - AX1200i PSU - H150i Elite Capellix AIO - Strafe RGB MK.2 Keyboard - Two Xeneon 32QHD165 Monitors Any help is much appreciated to figure out why this is happening. Thank you.
  24. Hi, the iCue software is not updating my water cooling software on the i300 (picture attached. Software is in German, unfortunately). When I click on "Search for updates", I only get the message "update failed". What is the current version (it says "1.00.07" on my system) and how can I update it manually? TIA, Markus
  25. The NVIDIA Audio Effects SDK comes to CORSAIR iCUE, providing powerful noise and echo removal tools for the microphone on your iCUE-compatible CORSAIR Gaming Headset! What You Need: A PC running Windows equipped with the latest version of CORSAIR iCUE, an NVIDIA RTX graphics card with the latest drivers, an iCUE-compatible audio device, and an internet connection to download the NVIDIA Broadcast technologies plugin. Setup: To enable NVIDIA Broadcast in CORSAIR iCUE, navigate to your headset and you'll find a new tab for "NVIDIA Broadcast technologies." click on it and follow the prompts to install. Once installed, the NVIDIA Broadcast technologies panel will allow you to toggle the feature on and off, adjust mic volume, and the intensity of the noise removal and echo removal setting. There's also a convenient "Test Mic" section that allows you to record a brief sample of your current settings and play it back over your headset so you can quickly adjust the effects to your preference. Should you need to completely remove the plugin, go to the iCUE Settings panel and click on "Integrations," click "Uninstall" to initiate the wizard to remove the plugin completely or "repair" if you wish to re-do the installation as a troubleshooting measure. What headsets are compatible? All CORSAIR audio devices that utilize the CORSAIR Audio Driver and are supported by the current version of CORSAIR iCUE are compatible with the NVIDIA Broadcast integration, this includes our current lineup of wireless headsets, USB headsets, surround headsets (when connected via their USB adapter), and iCUE-enabled headset stands like the ST100 RGB (for devices connected to the 3.5mm jack in the base of the stand). I already have NVIDIA Broadcast installed, will enabling NVIDIA Audio Effects SDK result in a conflict? NVIDIA Broadcast integration with CORSAIR iCUE applies noise and echo removal through the CORSAIR Audio Driver to the microphone input of compatible CORSAIR audio devices. The standalone NVIDIA Broadcast application uses a virtual device driver to apply effects to other devices that may be connected to your system. Using both at the same time is not recommended since it won't improve effect quality, but will use additional system resources. If you have a need to use both - for example, the camera effects from the Broadcast app and iCUE for audio - we recommend turning off the competing effects in each app. Closing Thoughts NVIDIA Broadcast integration brings advanced, AI-powered audio controls to compatible systems using CORSAIR iCUE, making it easier than ever for friends, teammates, and co-workers to hear you clearer than ever. To join the discussion, check out our communities over at the CORSAIR User Forums, Reddit, and Discord!
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