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Old 09-16-2015, 02:35 PM
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How i can't change/switch off the circular light between up and down arrow buttons?
there isn't the zone 3...
That is a DPI indicator. You change it under the DPI settings because the color changes based on what DPI setting you're on.
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Old 09-17-2015, 09:36 AM
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That is a DPI indicator. You change it under the DPI settings because the color changes based on what DPI setting you're on.
the black color = switch off... right?


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Old 09-17-2015, 02:47 PM
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the black color = switch off... right?
Yes. Black is technically a color in CUE but it is OFF.
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Did Corsair fix macro lag, color stepping, or any other monumental problems with the K series?


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Did Corsair fix macro lag, color stepping, or any other monumental problems with the K series?
Macro lag I believe was fixed in either CUE 1.8 or 1.9.
Color stepping has been fixed quite a while ago with the 16,8m colors mode but in turn you have some flicker. The new Strafe RGB does not suffer from this issue.

I don't think there are any "major" issues left.


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"CUE now officially supports and is fully compatible with Windows 10."

So I can now install it without having my whole PC crash? I have the most ghetto install atm. Installed drivers on a old laptop where it worked. Then just copied the files to my main pc.. It works.. Still a lot of bugs with it tho :s


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"CUE now officially supports and is fully compatible with Windows 10."

So I can now install it without having my whole PC crash? I have the most ghetto install atm. Installed drivers on a old laptop where it worked. Then just copied the files to my main pc.. It works.. Still a lot of bugs with it tho :s
yes it will work with out issues if you have a clean install. There might be some issues if you have an upgraded window 10 but thats windows issue.
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