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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.
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