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Old 10-19-2020, 12:40 AM
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Everyone please sign the petition and make these two companies work together!

http://chng.it/7MGL4Hmh

As an avid PC Enthusiast we are constantly struggling with the mess that is RGB. Recently many companies have started to team up and unify their RGB Hardware and software, One such case is the collaboration by ASUS and CORSAIR to integrate Asus Motherboards, GPUs, and 4 pin RGB with iCUE. This petition is targeted at those fans of the high quality RAM that G.SKILL produces and would like to integrate it the wonderful software of iCUE by CORSAIR. Lets Unite in the segregation of RGB on different platforms and bridge the gap between these two great companies!

G.SkillL Please reach out to CORSAIR, James the iCUE Product manager who is active and helpful in the CORSAIR forums and call him out on his offer.

Corsair James: "We are always open to new partnerships though and if these businesses would like to approach us about implementing their products into iCUE, we would definitely explore possibilities. "

So go ahead and approach them! Make the dreams of you customers come true and earn our brand loyalty with your commitment to your customer's satisfaction

CORSAIR & G.SkillL Listen to us!

COLLABORATE!
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Old 10-19-2020, 04:23 AM
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Make a petition to have Corsair devote more resources to iCUE development first ^^
it's starting to move in the right direction but as of today, iCUE is not exactly wonderful.
The performpance you gain from using good G.Skilll sticks is eaten hundredfold by iCUE background load.
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Old 10-19-2020, 06:20 AM
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Signed!!

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Old 10-19-2020, 06:23 AM
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Make a petition to have Corsair devote more resources to iCUE development first ^^
it's starting to move in the right direction but as of today, iCUE is not exactly wonderful.
The performpance you gain from using good G.Skilll sticks is eaten hundredfold by iCUE background load.
iCue is far far form being perfect, but every other RGB management software I've tried is worse... that's not encouraging for final user of course, so IMHO the possibility to use just one software is itself an upgrade.

Baio
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Old 10-21-2020, 09:53 PM
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iCue is far far form being perfect, but every other RGB management software I've tried is worse... that's not encouraging for final user of course, so IMHO the possibility to use just one software is itself an upgrade.

Baio
lol Right? I moved to ICUE from Polychrome. If ICUE is playing MLB, Poly is still a bat boy on a T-Ball team. If for some reason people judged the entirety of Asrock off their RBG software, nobody would buy their products.
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