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Old 12-05-2018, 03:08 PM
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Im hoping that this can also work for the H150i pro soon...

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Old 12-05-2018, 03:48 PM
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Hey, hey!

Never had any issues with my H150i Pro and iCUE, and now the hardware lighting option is available to remember a colour for the pump's RGB!

Great work on the release!

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Old 12-05-2018, 04:42 PM
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Im hoping that this can also work for the H150i pro soon...
It does work for the H150i pro.
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Old 12-05-2018, 06:11 PM
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The only odd thing is the orientation of the lights in "Pong" seems different. Not a big deal though. I'll mess with it more later.
Yes, the orientation for Pong is different - it's now the same as it was in Link.
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Old 12-05-2018, 08:45 PM
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Yes, the orientation for Pong is different - it's now the same as it was in Link.
Pong still isn't right for me. The effect on each fan moves the opposite way to the direction of the sequence. When the sequence moves from the front to the back of my case the effect on each fan moves in the opposite direction and vice versa.

My fans are set up as follows -
1. Front bottom
2, Front middle
3, Front top
4, Top front
5, Top rear
6, Rear
Fan wires are facing the back of the case.

Should I have connected them starting from the back, have I orientated them incorrectly or is iCue at fault?
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Old 12-05-2018, 10:55 PM
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Pong still isn't right for me. The effect on each fan moves the opposite way to the direction of the sequence. When the sequence moves from the front to the back of my case the effect on each fan moves in the opposite direction and vice versa.

My fans are set up as follows -
1. Front bottom
2, Front middle
3, Front top
4, Top front
5, Top rear
6, Rear
Fan wires are facing the back of the case.

Should I have connected them starting from the back, have I orientated them incorrectly or is iCue at fault?
It sounds like your orientation is off. Did it work properly in Link?
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Old 12-06-2018, 03:26 AM
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It sounds like your orientation is off. Did it work properly in Link?
I'm a recent NZXT refugee after losing patience with CAM. My Corsair fans, lighting, AIO and fan controller are fairly new so I never used Link, only iCue.

If my orientation is wrong I'd have to turn all fans 180° which would mean all the fan wires would be facing towards the front of my case and I'd have to route them around their own fans and towards the back of my case where my Commander Pro is. Knowing how people hate seeing wires it seems strange that they'd be designed to be orientated with the wires in full view. What I'm saying is I'd rather not use pong than have wires in view.

Edit - when I say the wires are facing the back of my case I mean towards the motherboard and if I were to 180° them the wires would be facing the side window which is the front if you're looking at it from the side... Not confusing at all

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it is a shame the mm800 RGB mousepad doesn't have a hardware lighting effect.
when my pc monitors go to sleep and my PC locks (else cat sits on the keyboard) everything stays about the same color (though out of sync!!!!) but the mouse pad is a damn rainbow again.. ARRRGGH
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I can't find the hardware lightingoption on the Vengeance RGB Pro or K70. Am I missing something?
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Old 01-30-2019, 08:33 AM
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I can't find the hardware lightingoption on the Vengeance RGB Pro or K70. Am I missing something?
Not sure about the Vengeance RGB Pro, but for the K70 you click on the K70 on the home screen, then on profiles and select a blacked out profile, then click the little memory card looking button that says "Save Static Lighting and Performance to Device."
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It seems to me that the "save to device" and "hardware lighting" pretty much do the same thing. They could probably add the hardware lighting box to the lighting effects drop down on the K70. I'm guessing the save to device is still needed for macros or custom key mapping (not sure I haven't messed with that).
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The "hardware lighting" introduced on iCUE 3.10 is for fans, strips, and some coolers that previously had none on iCUE. Keyboards and mice that were already capable of this will still be capable through the prior "save to device" drop down setting. Note some users were having trouble with "save to device" on 3.10 and 3.11 for external devices like keyboards and mice. That was unintended and I am sure a fix is coming.
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Old 01-30-2019, 05:13 PM
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The "hardware lighting" introduced on iCUE 3.10 is for fans, strips, and some coolers that previously had none on iCUE. Keyboards and mice that were already capable of this will still be capable through the prior "save to device" drop down setting. Note some users were having trouble with "save to device" on 3.10 and 3.11 for external devices like keyboards and mice. That was unintended and I am sure a fix is coming.
That makes sense. I believe I set mine up in a previous version and haven't tried it on 3.10+.
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Hi All,

Not sure if anyone is still having this issue. I was having it on my PC after messing around with some settings in ICUE.

Mine was being caused by my "Hardware Lighting" Setting having defaulted back to Rainbow as opposed to the static colour I had it set too, just like I have set in the "lighting channel" section.

I've set them both to the same colour and static as they were before and this appears to have fixed the issue for me, so hopefully this will help some people out.

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