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Old 10-05-2019, 10:55 AM
Annath Annath is offline
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Originally Posted by DevBiker View Post
That looks like your GPU drivers aren't updated or fully installed. iCUE uses OpenGL for rendering, which requires your GPU drivers.

As for the reason that the pump isn't showing up ... do you have the USB cable connected? Oh, and HWInfo can play havoc with the coolers showing up. You need to disable Corsair/Asetek support in HWInfo and disable the persistent driver.
Updating the graphics driver resolved the glitches in the appearance of iCUE.

I don't see any options to enable or disable support for different devices. I using/referring to "CPUID HWMonitor", not "HWInfo", if those are different.

This is the program I was referring to:



It does not have options to enable/disable device support as far as I can see.
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