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Sincere apologies if this is a repeat. Lots of threads on the various blogs on this but I still do not have a clear picture. I am considering an MSI Z390 MEG ACE motherboads which has a Corair header. All I want is to control the ARGB fans and liquid cooler, all of this I would like to get from Corsair... 1) Can the MSI Mystic lighting control the Corsair fans and CPU cooler? 2) Can iCue control them if I don't install Mystic lighting? Is it just the LEDs on the motherboard itself (which I don't care about) which can't be controlled but the fans and cooler can? 3) Would iCue work if the chassis did not have a dedicated button and I just wanted SW control? 4) I see a partnership with ASUS. Is there any other motherboard manufacturer you partner with which supports iCue? Thanks for any pointers. This technology is evolving so fast and everyone seems to have their own standards. Thanks -Ed
Hi, I don't know if this has been posted before or if there is already an answer. So I have a i7 6700K, with the Corsair H80i v2 liquid cooler. I upgraded my motherboard to a MSI z270 gaming M7 (from a MSI z170 gaming m3) very recently and since then my Corsair Link always reads that the H80i v2 fan's sit at 0 rpm. I have read a lot of different websites and many posts suggesting fixing this in the BIOS. Since I know next to nothing about any BIOS, this is quite difficult. As well as my BIOS does have a clear "Disable fan" option. I am using MSI click BIOS 5. Can anyone help me, give me a run down on what I should be doing to fix this? Thank you.
Im planning on making a build and id like to have an MSI MEG godlike but im not sure how big of an issue will be the slight size difference... Please help if you have any info and if i can move forward with the build and ignore the size difference between the MEG godlike and the ACE