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Old 11-09-2018, 10:42 PM
mmoore5325 mmoore5325 is offline
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Default Corsair LL120 RGB Fans Factory lighting effect, how to get it back?

When I built my computer, the first lighting effect the fans had a real strong and bright rainbow effect. I downloaded the iCue software and now the rainbow effect seems alot more dull. I like how the software has given me some control but ever since I left that initial factory settings I haven't been able to figure out how to get them back.

I have uploaded 2 videos on youtube. One from when I initally just turned on my PC for the first time, and the one I created a few minutes ago, which should hopefully explain what I am talking about.

Brand new PC, fans set to factory defaults:

After iCue software, closest I can get to factory defaults:

I loved the factory defaults because while it was extremely bright, it still also gave the inside the appearance of being much darker, while this new is giving too much white light. Is there a way to get back to the factory settings, and manipulate those settings more to my specifications?

And a side note, when i start icue software, it finds the device I installed on my PC with the LED 1 and 2 slots, but when I go to "Lighting setup", it has "HD RGB Series Fans", "SP RGB Series Fans", "LL RGB Series Fans", and "ML RGB Series Fans", as well as "RGB Light Strip." I assume I am supposed to use "HD RGB Fans"? That gives me options that lets me modify the fans but it does not have an option that will return it to its original factory settings, that I can find anyways.


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