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My whole RGB set up is just one big cluster****. I've got an H100i Plat and the LL fans look great on it, but the pump RGB is clearly more vivid than the LL fans. I got 4 QL fans plugged into a fan hub plugged into the Node Pro. The QL fans are not only way less vivid than the LL fans on the H100i, the QL fans are displaying slightly and sometimes vastly different colors than the LL fans which are displaying different colors than the Pump... And this is all during instant color mode. My ram is vivid and looks nice, except for two of the sticks have some ****ed up LEDs in them and display white as yellowish, the pump also displays white as yellow, the LL fans have a nice bright white, but the 4 QL fans have a dim white. I've also got some strips plugged into the other socket on the Node Pro and they are also displaying yellow when I instant color: White. Why are the QL fans dimmer and display different color than everything else? Why does the pump, the strips and two of the RAM sticks display the same shade of yellow for white, cherry red for magenta, and etc... I replaced one of the LL fans on the H100i with one of the QL fans to see if it was just the fans, well... the QL fan lit up bring and vivid just like the LL fan, and the LL fan I plugged into the fan hub into the Node Pro was dim and displayed off colors. So not a fan issue. Maybe the Fan hub and the Node Pro are bad??? Well... I got BRAND NEW of each and tried them out, no difference whatsoever. What the hell is going on? I'm ready to through my entire Corsair RGB setup out the ****ing window, I'm so pissed off with this and when I ask for help with Corsair's customer service, they don't have a clue and just offer me and RMA. This is so ****ed, I just want a good RGB set up. Why is the h100i's pump displaying different colors than it's LL fans? Do QL fans need it's own special Lighting Node Core to be anything but dim? Do they not work well with Fan hub/Node Pro combo??? I never got the Lighting Node Core. Why are the strips showing the exact same incorrect shades that the H100i pump does??? It all just doesn't make any sense, why isn't there a way to calibrate this ****? Someone please help me.
So I've got an h100i platinum with two LL fans on it, 4 QL fans in the case hooked up to a Corsair RGB Fan Node which is hooked up to a Corsair RGB Node. And I've got 3 Phanteks RGB Neon strips hooked up (with a custom made cable) to the Corsair RGB node. I've also got 4 dimms of RGB Vengeance. That's all controlled by iCue. There's RGB on the MB but that's controlled by the worst program known to man... RGB Fusion 2.0. I was really disappointed with how poor the quality of the RGB was on the QL fans (the ones hooked up to the RGB Fan Hub), and even the LL fans on the h100i didn't look as vivid as they should. But basically, all 6 fans looked very washed out, too bright, not vivid at all. This was in rainbow unicorn barf mode btw. The Phanteks Neon strips, the 4 RAM sticks, and the Pump RGB were displaying very vivid nice-looking color. So I do a test to see what the individual colors look like. With red, green, and blue, everything looked okay, maybe the green was a bit off on the QL fans, but not by much. But when I selected Magenta... The four QL fans looked completely different from the rest of the set up, it was much more blueish and not vivid at all. And the magenta on the two LL fans though the right color this time wasn't as vivid a magenta as the very pump that they were sold with... I don't understand why this is. And it was the same story with the orange, yellow, cyan. The Phanteks Neon Strips and the h100i pump were consistently closer to the correct color, a much more vivid color than the two LL fans and especially the 4 QL fans... EXCEPT for white. I don't know why, but when I picked white, the Neon Strips and the pump were YELLOW... and the LL fans were a solid white, and even the 4 QL fans were white, but a much darker white. This isn't a question of the QL fans being bad either, because I plugged them into the h100i and they were much closer to the correct color just like the LL fans were when they were plugged into the h100i. What is happening? Is the Corsair RGB Fan Hub broken? Whatever is plugged into that shows the worst washed out color. The two fans that can be plugged into the h100i show slightly less vivid color than they should. And for some reason, the Neon strips and the Pump show white as a gross yellowish color. Is there any way to calibrate this? Why is everything so messed up? Do Corsair fans just not show very vivid RGB? I've tried plugging things in one at a time to different controllers and it still doesn't help. Whatever's in the fan up looks like crap. Whatever is plugged into the h100i looks better but still not very vivid. When I plugged in the Phanteks strips into the Motherboard and used RGB Fusion2.0 to check if it displayed white correctly, it did. But for some reason, when I plug it into the RGB Node, it shows the exact same colors as the h100i pump and they both show white as light yellow. And the RGB RAM is always showing the right color and is also vivid. Why can't it all look like that? Why isn't there a way to calibrate the colors in iCue? How do I go about fixing this?
I bought this model about 3-4 years ago. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823816027 My last one was having the same issue, I noticed I had about a week left on the warranty and was able to get a replacement. This 1 can not be replaced and is about a year out from my replacement. The issue is this. My entire keyboard is set to red lighting. The same keys blink green at random intervals. It is not consistent. It happens when there is no input from and device. It is the same keys, and rarely they blink white. I've tried the software approach. I did reset my entire pc and cue. I swapped the colors and the same keys are still blinking in green. I'm not sure if it's software or hardware. Are the RGB diodes dying? OR Is it a software bug. Either way, If I have to, I can replace the SMD RGB LED if need be. I have the equipment to do electronic work, Or if It's software, I'll need a detailed set of instructions to remedy this. I'm just hoping someone here has had this same issue and can help me. Last thing I want to do is take this sucker apart. I'm pretty sure I have to desolder every single key to lift the metal plate off to access the board. So I'd prefer a software fix. Thanks ahead of time for any help.
Hey guys, just got a new K65 Lux RGB. I like it so far, feels nice, but the Windows key doesn't seem to adhere to the iCue software's color settings, depending on the color. For instance, it'll stay red or green if I set it to those colors, but if I set it to white, it'll be yellow. If I set it to a deep blue color, the LED seems to just shut off. If I set it to pink, it'll turn red. Any idea what to do? I'd prefer my keys to be a soft white, and this windows key sticking out as a sore yellow on my brand new keyboard is bugging me. Thanks in advance!