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  1. Hi guys, I just recently bought the Corsair ST100, but I found some strange issues: The lightning color is offset, for example, when I set the color to yellow in iCUE, it become lime green. When I set to brown color, it become yellow. Set white, and it become blueish color When I plug an earphone to the jack port, the sound is very loud, when I set it to volume 1, it sounds like volume 14 I've searched on the internet about this issue, but I still think this is not normal, I emailed the Corsair support and they are offering for RMA. I also contacted to my place's distributor and the owner offering RMA too. I just want to make sure if those issues are affecting all ST100 or not, since it is quite far from my place to the distributor place. I'm using iCUE version 4.9.338, with ST100 firmware version 0.04.106
  2. New here! I installed the H115i Pro XT cooler in my PC about a week ago, and I've noticed since I installed it that the pump emits a humming/buzzing sound. It doesn't sound like trapped air that I've experienced with AIO's in the past, nor does it sound particularly unhealthy. It's just, there. And it's louder than all the case fans. It sounds similar to the hum one might expect from a refrigerator, and can be heard with the quiet, balanced and extreme performance settings. My question is, is this the normal operating sound to be expected from this product? Or should it be fairly inaudible on the lower performance settings? Thanks in advance! :D:
  3. Hello everyone, So I have a new XD3 pump. Whenever I boot my PC or wake it, the pump runs at full speed before settling down to my speed set in iCue. That being said, this XD3 is replacing a XD5 I had and that pump didn't create any noise on boot/wake. I have it plugged into port #6 on my Commander Pro, and also tried setting the fan type as "4 pin" and "auto" to no avail. Auto makes it run at roughly medium speed for about 5 seconds, while 4 pin makes it run at max speed for about 1 second. How can I set the pump to make no noise when booting/waking like my XD5 did? Thanks.
  4. Hello everyone, So I have a new XD3 pump. Whenever I boot my PC or wake it, the pump runs at full speed before settling down to my speed set in iCue. That being said, this XD3 is replacing a XD5 I had and that pump didn't create any noise on boot/wake. I have it plugged into port #6 on my Commander Pro, and also tried setting the fan type as "4 pin" and "auto" to no avail. Auto makes it run at roughly medium speed for about 5 seconds, while 4 pin makes it run at max speed for about 1 second. How can I set the pump to make no noise when booting/waking like my XD5 did? Thanks.
  5. Hallo, ich habe seit ca 3 Stunden eine H100i Platinum SE verbaut. Am Anfang hat sie sehr stark geknistert (wohl Luft) mittlerweile ist es besser. Aber diese Pumpe... Auf "Leise" läuft sie immer noch mit knapp 2000rpm und ist alles andere als Leise. Ist das normal?! Danke für eure Hilfe!
  6. Just wondered what your thoughts are on this? Only got the HX750 yesterday to replace an old AX860. I wouldn't mind a little noise, but this is giving me tinnitus. Is this a one off or do I replace it with something different? [ame] [/ame]
  7. As stated in the title: This PSU is 1 day old and it began to make this noise from the beginning. Here is a link to the noise: [ame] [/ame] It does that noise at all times. When it boots up, idle, under load until my PC is shut down... (I mean the "cricket" sounding noise. Not the fans!!)
  8. Hello, My new headset is very loud, much more than my last jack plug headset. I must put windows sound at 1 to be able to keep my ears safe when i'm on internet (on game i can change the sound in the parameters). And i am asking why this is happening, when i try to increase or decrease the volume from the headset with the sound wheel it affect the windows sound (my last headset had his own amplifier) and i didn't find any things in ICue to modify this. Do my Void Pro is seen as speaker instead of an headset so i cant modify the amplifier of it with the wheel ?
  9. Hello, while trying to make my system more silent, I noticed most noise is coming from my PSU. I removed the PSU from the case to be sure and it was (and is) audible with Headphones on, louder than my Case- and CPU fans (on low load). It is not a typical fan noise, it is about 10-50 Hz (rough guess) and it instantly stops when the PC (PSU) powers of while the fan still spins a few seconds. Do you know where is comes from and if I can do anything about it? The PSU is less than a year old. I can try to make a video of it of that helps. Stefan
  10. Hi, Just recently set up my PC, with the H100i v2 as my CPU cooler. My temps seem fine all around the board, so that is good. However I read somewhere in these forums that it is best to disable Q-Fan control for the H100i v2. Upon doing this my fan speeds became very loud to the point I had to change it back to Auto as it was so annoying. My temps however, stayed around about the same in both modes. Are my fans supposed to become this loud when Q-Fan is disabled? (My H100i v2 is plugged into the CPU fan header, with the radiator fans attached via the splitter) or should I change something? If you need any other info, please just ask. Thanks in advance.
  11. I recently purchased a Void RGB Wireless (white) headset from Amazon. The volume for the headset is extremely loud. I had to have the master volume under 20 for anything to be bearable. I Googled some solutions and am currently using the Equalizer APO; however, in order for me to have a tolerable level I need to adjust the dB so much that I get a really loud static sound from it. So, for now, I've settled with it just having it at a -20 dB, and having my master volume under 30. It's still quite loud though. I've now noticed I cannot select this headset for spatial sound, and be able to check the box to turn on 7.1 surround sound. I just updated CUE to the most recent version. Nothing has changed. Is there anything else I can do? EDIT: I should add I am using Windows 10.
  12. I have just changed out my old CoolerMaster HAF X for a new Corsair Air 240. needed a new smaller motherboard for my new case. Now that I have upgraded my motherboard to a Asrock 970m Pro3, my H100I pump will not stop running at full speed, which makes it sound like I am flying on an airliner. the fans configuration is just fine, pressing quiet or performance only increases/decreases the fan speed not the pump speed. the fans are plugged into the H100i so I am kind of confused as to why the pump wont change but the fans will. If someone could give me a speedy response that would be awesome.
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