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  1. This is my current situation: I have a H100i RGB Platinum SE that isn't being detected by iCue and I keep hearing these windows usb disconnect sounds. I've read about the pump not getting the full 12V it needs but I am not sure how to fix this. I have a 'asus rog strix x470-f gaming' motherboard. My other hardware works fine with iCue (K95 rgb platinum keyboard, Vengeance RGB pro ram, Commander pro). These are the things I have tried so far: - Changing the usb header from commander pro to the actual motherboard itself - Connecting the sata power to another sata cable This is my setup: Motherboard: asus rog strix x470-f gaming PSU: Corsair RM750x white RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16gb GPU: Asus strix GTX 1080 Fans: 6x LL120 fans connected to Commander Pro and Lightning node pro Lightning: 4 corsair led strips connected to Commander pro If anyone could give me some advice on how to fix it I would really appreciate it!
  2. Hi everyone, I'm new to these forums as well as PC building. I purchased a custom-made computer with a Corsair Hydro Series H100i V2 240mm Liquid Cooling System. Both of the fans attached to the radiator seem to turn on (they're very loud); however, the Corsair logo keeps flashing and I'm hearing connect/disconnect sounds every few seconds. It's stabilized like.. once but it keeps connecting/disconnecting. I've looked online everywhere and can't seem to find a solution. I've tried un-installing Corsair Link, tried installing an older version, and now I'm back to the most recent driver. The problem sounds just like this: I looked in the back of the computer and saw that the fan splitter (I think that's what it's called) isn't connected to anything. I'm not entirely sure if the two fans that came with the system are connected to the mother board, but they do spin. I'm so frustrated and at a loss for how to fix this issue :/. I spoke with a Corsair rep and they said I might need to replace a USB link, but this all is brand new. Someone please help me.
  3. Hello, I just reinstalled Windows 10 Pro x64 after a bad install of the Spring Creators update and since installing CUE, it's had problems working. Problem 1. CUE does not save lighting to memory of my M65 Pro. I hit save, but there is no confirmation of anything happening. The lighting profile turns off if a) CUE is closed, b) the computer is restarted, c) Windows goes into screen saver mode. Before reinstalling Windows, the lighting profile remained the same as long the PC was on. 2. When the program is started at system startup, there is a USB disconnect sound. If I disable CUE at system startup, the sound does not play. 3. There is considerable stutter in one game (World of Warships) when using this mouse. When I switch to my Logitech M705 the stutter goes away. What I've tried 1. Complete reinstall, including registry cleanup. 2. Three different versions, 2.24.50, 2.23.40, and 2.16.87. 3. Changing the polling rate. (For game stutter) 4. Creating different CUE profiles. Of note: These issues were not present before I reinstalled Windows, CUE has worked flawlessly up until now. Current version I'm using is 2.24.50. I'm not really sure on what else to do. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
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