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Old 07-24-2019, 01:14 PM
Corsair GregX Corsair GregX is offline
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We definitely want to assure you that our hardware and software provides flawless out of the box operation. No tweaking should be necessary unles the user wants to run it differently.

Could you please tell me which version of iCUE are you using?
If possible, I would recommend to try it out with the most basic setup.
1 CoPro with daisy chained pump -> GPU -> CPU LEDs. Temp probe to temp#1, pump 4-pin to fan#6.
Other five fan ports on CoPro used for fans (5 + 1 Y splitter).

I'll update with approximate RPMs to achieve certain flow rates for your setup. Will run the calculations in the office tomorrow.

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Old 07-30-2019, 01:58 PM
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Hi — sorry for the late reply. Was out of town. I’m running the latest version of icue, whatever that may be... I can check it when I get back home from work. Doing things w the most basic setup doesn’t seem to make a difference. Maybe it’s a wonky temp sensor? Sort of running out of other ideas. Maybe the GPU contact to the block is sufficient but “not great”. The GPU never gets above 55c at least...

Thanks again.
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