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Hi there, I've been looking through the forum and couldn't find an answer to my problem, apologies if it has been stated before (I can't imagine it hasn't but I'm unable to find it). I recently built my first pc and it consists of quite a few Corsair pieces: - 5x ML120 - 2x Corsair Vengeance RGB (3600/cl16/8gb per strip) - 1x CX750RGB --> The fans and the PSU rgb are all connected to the Corsair Node and an RGB lighting hub. And I have a couple of Corsair peripherals as well: - K68 RGB keyboard (incl. numpad) - Ironclaw RGB wireless mouse Now, getting iCue to work was easy, set the colours I wanted, everything's fine. Everything also turns off when the computer goes to sleep (except the RAM, but I know how to fix that, I just like them being on). But, when the computer idles, so when I get logged out of windows 10 (home, 64 bit), everything jumps to rainbow mode. Is there any way to just either shut everything off on idle OR keep my existing (static) colour settings when idling? Much appreciated
I just bought K70 RGB LUX keyboard and it's a great piece of hardware, but the controlling software (iCUE) was a disappointment :[pouts: There's a neat lighting effects in the SW, but when I am using computer (gaming, photo editing, video editing and so on) I don't wan't flashing lights to distract me. Instead it would be nice to make another profile with all the flashing lights and bling bling and set that profile active when there hasn't been user input for user defined time. Now there's that box where I can choose executable which changes the profile when it's running, so there could be selection for idle profile change and time from drop-down menu. That change shouldn't be hard to implement for iCUE because windows provides hooks and other ways to check user idle time. What do you think about this idea? If this idea gets enough support, then let's hope that corsair listens their customers and make iCUE better. ps. also it would be nice that after locking (win+l) the computer to password query state iCUE would continue to run those lighting effects.