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  1. CorsairLink had this option to set fans at maximum when CPU reached certain temp. That option was useless, why? because I had to restart it manually when CPU temps dropped and it was really annoying. What I want from iCUE is to set fans at maximum if CPU temp reached 80 and it should go back to normal state when temp reaches below 80. I know radiator fans should be set according to Water pump temp but CPU temp is also important, if it reaches 80 I will know that something is wrong :!:. It could be a power virus or pump failure etc. Where is this feature? if this feature does not exist please add it, thanks :) --- Edit: Please also add Step-up and Step-down option. for example Step-up of 2 seconds means if CPU temp went 80 for more than 2 seconds, then set fans to max. and similarly Step-down of 2 seconds means if CPU temp was below 80 for more than 2 seconds go back to normal state.
  2. Hello, Just recently I purchased a Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB and I'm in love with it and all the features that come with the iCue software. But I have a small problem. I'm currently in the process of making a bunch of profiles but have stopped as when you are not looking at the iCue software you can not see which profile you are changing to unless you memorize the entire list. I know that Razer has a solution for this which is to display in green text on the bottom right hand side of your main display to see which current mode a device is in. I would love for a way to see the list as you pressed the change profile button or even just the current mode it changed to when pressing it. My current solution is to always have the iCue software open on my taskbar and tab to it when I'm loading up a new or different game. A reasonable fix but I would prefer the integration to be seamless. I know about iCue spaces but that takes up screen real-estate and I don't think its meant to be intended to be used in this manner. If there is anything I'm missing in the software or if this is already a feature I'd love to know. Lilly
  3. I dont need beeps or a womans voice talking to me to tell my mic is off. i also dont need to hear when i change presets. its pure annoyance and i cant find a setting anywhere to change the volume or disable them. Please help me with this.
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