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Old 01-21-2020, 10:36 AM
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Default Temp Sensor not Reporting (XD5 pump sensor)

I have every thing working except my temp sensors on the commander pro. I have tried resetting it and changing out the temp sensors. I have the pump/res sensor in #1 and three other temp sensors placed through out my pc case. None of the sensors are reporting. I have a 9900k/Asrock PG9 mobo. I figure for the loop to run the most efficiently I need these temps to be reporting. Oh and another questiong does anyone know what the max rpm is on the pump for the XD5? I don't want to run it too high. I may just have a bad commander pro. I noticed there are alot of issues being reported.
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Old 01-21-2020, 11:18 AM
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There are not a lot of issues with Temp probes not showing up in the software. It doesn't matter which way you turn the connector at the pins. It is strange that all of them are missing vs just one like if you had a bad sensor. This makes me wonder if it isn't a UI issue in the app. I have seen this before with my 12/5/3.3 voltages on the Commander Pro.

1) Quit iCUE.
2) Open up C:Users/(name)/AppData (hidden)/Roaming/Corsair/CUE/Sensors and either delete or cut and paste that UserProps file to the desktop.
3) Restart iCUE. It will re-create the file. You will have to set up and dashboard or related data.

You could also achieve this by uninstalling iCUE, deleting its settings, and reinstalling, but that will also affect all of your devices.

Did the temp probes come back?

Max RPM on the XD5 is 4800 rpm or so. There is no reason to ever run that speed for cooling purposes. There isn't going to be a meaningful difference in temperature between 3000 rpm and 4500 rpm.
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Old 01-22-2020, 03:22 PM
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Moreover, what is your Commander Pro firmware version? I have had a weird experience with probes not showing up with old firmware revision on one particular occasion.
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Old 01-25-2020, 11:23 AM
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Ended up getting another one and it works perfectly. First one was just faulty I guess. Thanks for everyone's assistance. You may close this thread.
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Old 02-15-2020, 02:09 AM
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I'm also experiencing the pump Temp Probe not discovered by iCUE software...
I've tried a few things but with no luck

also: Side note
I can't get my ML120 Pro Fans to run at a fixed speed in iCUE
they pulse faster and slower - gradually speeding up and slowing down
weird as heck
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commander pro, hydro x, pump, temp, xd5

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