Corsair Brings iCUE lighting control to ASUS motherboards

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  1. BahamutxD

    BahamutxD Master Guru

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    They are adding MSI support now - we don't know if there will be more boards added or which boards are supported but theres that.
     
  2. JOHN30011887

    JOHN30011887 Member Guru

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    Im staying on the old version 3.38.61,
    the new version they got rid of the Dpi brightness option for my Glaive Mouse so the 5 blue lights are back to bright af blue, which ruins the side light color (depending on your color choice)
     
  3. Sylencer

    Sylencer Member Guru

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    Do we ever get patchnotes on these? The updates don't do anything i feel like. Atleast don't deactivate plugins and services that you don't even need (like the audio service & msi plugin service if you have neither of these connected)..
     
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  4. mehrdad

    mehrdad New Member

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    What's new added ???
    It's just deceptive
    I have a saber rbg pro champion series mouse and void rgb wireless headset and I want to sync them with icue app but every each of them require different versions of icue and I haven't been able to sync them until now.
     

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