Corsair Link Not fully detecting CPU

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  1. gettheclicker's Avatar
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    Corsair Link Not fully detecting CPU


    I have almost got this rig running perfectly, it's just this one little teeny weensy tiny issue....
    How or what do I have to do to get Corsair link to completely read my cpu?
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  2. swarfega's Avatar
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    Corsair link was deprecated last year. It's recommended to use iCue. I have the 3900x as well and iCue reads the temps in Dashboard.
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  3. coolmistry's Avatar
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    I used my AIDAI64 it moniter everything! That Corsair is bit same but it support for Corsair hardware which can control RGB led and other so if you have Corsair Hardware then you can use both!!
    It update here CORSAIR iCUE v3.26.95
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  4. swarfega's Avatar
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    Honestly, iCue is far superior.

    You also need to update your computer specs here
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  5. gettheclicker's Avatar
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    I am using iCue now and I still don't see my CPU anywhere. Oh, forgot to mention I am using a Corsair H150i Pro

    Ok figured it out, there were some boxes I did not tick....

    Thanks for the help guys, I still prefer Link because it's simple but I will ditch it and use iCue
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  6. swarfega's Avatar
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    Love the iCue!
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  7. sygnus21's Avatar
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    coolmistry said:
    I used my AIDAI64 it moniter everything! That Corsair is bit same but it support for Corsair hardware which can control RGB led and other so if you have Corsair Hardware then you can use both!!
    It update here CORSAIR iCUE v3.26.95
    Where sensor reading and system information is concerned - AIDA64 no question. However, for control of fans, lighting, and firmware updates for Corsair products - either Link or iCUE. Since iCUE is the replacement for Link the OP should be using that. However Link still works.

    swarfega said:
    Honestly, iCue is far superior.
    I guess it depends on what you're looking to do. If there's no desires to control lighting and not much meed for fan speed control, Link would work; however I've found iCUE to be more stable with more features than Link. And yeah, the added features alone make iCUE far more superior than Link.
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  8. swarfega's Avatar
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    Since I have a Corsair ecosystem, would make sense to use iCue

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  9. sygnus21's Avatar
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    My Corsair ecosystem consists of an H115i Pro AIO cooler, RGB memory modules, and the RGB fan system (RGB fans, Commander Pro, and lighting node). And yes, iCUE all the way

    That said, if my Motherboard's RGB system allowed control over those items I'd dump the Corsair software and just use a program like AIDA64 for my sensor readings.
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  10. gettheclicker's Avatar
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    After hours of tinkering and getting used to the iCue program, it has a Zero RPM setting. I've never heard my system run so silent but is it wise? I mean there are 10 other fans running at 1500 rpm which are super silent, it's just the 3 7500rpm mining fans on the H150 that are the noisy ones.
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