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  1. I've been loading some 3rd part iCUE profiles that include rgb strip lighting. Everything in the lighting profile seems to load, fans, ram h100, but not the rgb strips, even though those parameters are included in the profile. The RGB strips just stay on the default rainbow. Any ideas, the profiles are quite complex so would rather not have to change them manually. Thanks
  2. Lighting* Node Pro - iCUE detected, RGB strips no lights Hello, sorry if this is a repeat but couldn't find anything exactly like this in the forums. Only similar issues. I installed two sticks of RGB Vengeance RAM, 4 QL 120 RGB fans, a commander pro, a lighting node core, and a lighting node pro with RGB strips. Both the lighting node core and pro usb's were attached to the commander pro usb pass throughs. I didn't use the commander pro LED ports initially. All have been detected by iCUE (RAM, lighting node core, lighting node pro, and commander pro). I can change the fan lighting effects, and fan speeds via the iCUE software. However, I have been unable to get the rgb strips working, they won't light at all upon powerup, nor once the lighting setup is defined in the iCUE software. Three rgb strips on one, and one strip on the other. They simply won't light. I've changed usb ports, changed power plugs, and rebooted several times. I finally got rid of the lighting node pro altogether, and plugged the strips into the commander pro LED ports, set up the lighting, and still no lights. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks Dave
  3. After I finished installing my new QL 120s (which is plugged into a seperate lighting node core), I cannot seem to get my lighting strips working. The strips are plugged into a lighting node pro along with a rgb hub that houses 3 LL120s. They were working just fine before, and I've already tried most of the obvious ones such as disconnecting the new hardware and switching the ports around. I did get a new micro usb cable for my h100i, but I doubt that has anything to do with the problem.
  4. I recently finished my first PC build and my two Corsair RGB products are three fans and some RGB strips. However, on iCue, only my fans are able to be customized. I have been told I have to add the lights manually but I'm not sure how to do that. Thank you.
  5. I have been using Corsair products for over 5 years now. I just recently upgraded to 4 more RGB light strips. The first 2 days they worked flawlessly (I have them in static color blue and pink.) But yesterday they started flickering randomly and turn off and back on. I know its not a hardware issue because i had this issue before with some LL120 fans which i then returned. Now i removed all the effects in the lighting channel 1 and added the normal Rainbow effect and that one just totally freaks out (but only the 4 light strips nothing else). I feel like my ICUE software has some kind of issue. I Made a video of the issue: [ame]https://youtu.be/D5DffrYmCE4[/ame]
  6. Hey everyone so my current setup is a commander running 3 LL120 fans and 4 Corsair RGB strips. It was working fine then I upgraded by replacing my motherboard and CPU. Since then the fans update fine but the RGB strips don't update as quickly (typically once a hour or two.) besides the first light on the RGB strip. Any ideas what could cause this? I'm on the latest firmware. (Note: the strips are lit but just in hardware lighting.)
  7. My friend gave me 3 RGB strips but he lost the extension cables for them. I tried using the RGB cable that came with my LL120 fans to connect the fan hub to the LNP but that wire didn't work with the LED strips because I noticed it only has 2 wires instead of 3. If I plug the RGB strips directly into the LNP, they turn on, but I need an extension cable to connect them because the wire on the strips are really short. So my question is, what kind of cable should I use for this purpose, and where can I get it? A quick google search for "3 pin RGB cable extension" yielded a bunch of different kinds of wires and there's the issue with amps and voltage (which I have absolutely no idea what is the correct value). I'd appreciate any help. Thank you for reading.
  8. Hallo zusammen, ich habe vor meinen gesamten PC nur noch über ICUE zu steuern, aber der RGB Anschluss des RGB Rings für meinen Alphacool CPU Wasserblock passt nicht auf den RGB Hub (Jedenfalls glaube ich, dass die Pinbelegung anders ist). Deshalb hatte ich vor, die auf den RGB Hub passenden Corsair RGB Strips zu kürzen und in den Rahmen zu kleben. Geht das und wenn ja, wo muss ich schneiden um nichts kaputt zu machen. Geht vielleicht auch einfach der 4 Pin RGB Anschluss des jetzigen RGB Streifens auf den RGB Hub? Ich freue mich auf alle Antworten! LG Gregor
  9. I have completed my build that included a Corsair Hydro Series H115i PRO RGB Liquid CPU Cooler and Corsair LED Lighting Node Pro (4 LED strips). The whole build is functioning perfectly except for the LED strips. They will not light up at all and haven't since I first booted. The CPU block and the LNP are both detected by the iCue software and I can configure the lighting. The CPU block responds as expected but nothing from the RGB strips. I have a Z390 Aorus Ultra mother board and an Evga G3 650 watt power supply. I have attempted the following: connect the LNP directly to a different external USB port plug the LNP in to different SATA power plugs plug a single LED strip directly into the port 1 on the LNP plug a single LED strip directly into the port 2 on the LNP plug a single LED strip directly into each port on the LNP plugged chained strips to an extension cable unplugged the usb and sata power from the LNP and used a paper clip to hold the reset button updated firmware on both LNP and the H115i downloaded most up to date iCue software. When I connect the USB windows responds with its new hardware detected tone. I am not getting any response from the strips. I don't have a volt meter so I have not attempted to check the actual voltage coming out of the LNP. If necessary I will try to get one today but I wanted to post here to see if anyone has anything else that I missed that I should try. Thanks for your help.
  10. Hello, My RGB light strips have been acting up recently; they are connected to the same LNP as my fans, which all work just fine. The problem I'm having is that the strips will occasionally work fine, but more often than not will stay the same color no matter what the input from iCUE is, and won't change color when I try to change them. Any help is appreciated, thank you!
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