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Corsair brings its iCUE software to macOS

macOS is entering the RGB arena.

Corsair brings its iCUE software to macOS

Corsair brings its iCUE software to macOS

Need to RGB all of the things? What about your mac? Corsair has announced that it's bringing its iCUE software to macOS, allowing Apple devices to unlock the fullest potential of Corsair mice, keyboards, headsets and more. 

iCUE is available as a free download on macOS, supporting Corsair's wide array of RGB devices, which include keyboards, mice, headsets and other accessories. Corsair has further confirmed that all Corsair headsets are currently supported on macOS, including their recently released Virtuoso RGB Wireless headset. 

iCUE can be used to control the RGB features of Corsair products and to program macros, and shortcuts on Corsair's keyboards. Users of Corsair's mice can also use iCUE to adjust the DPI settings of their mouse, making iCUE a lot more useful than what some users expect. iCUE isn't just an RGB control centre; it's a lot more than that. 

With iCUE, users of Corsair products will be able to unlock the full potential of their devices, making Corsair's support for macOS a clear differentiator between them and other accessories manufacturers. 

Corsair's iCUE software can be downloaded for free from Corsair's website. More information about iCUE for macOS is available here.  
   

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21-11-2019, 13:10:42

Avet
They should be working on improving the PC version first before porting it to MAC. It is bugged like Hell, and uses tons of resources.Quote

21-11-2019, 13:21:27

NeverBackDown
My only gripe is the saving/loading profiles is convoluted. Also wish they would add key functions to open applications to the onboard profile. You need iCUE open to have that. I'd like it all to be saved onboard

Other than that it's fine imo.Quote

22-11-2019, 13:43:27

Dawelio
In my case, I have to restart my PC x amount of times, sometimes, due to iCUE not loading properly. Despite several reinstalls etc, still the same issue.

In all honesty, I thought that with a reputable brand like Corsair, it would be better and more serious. Now it mostly just feels like a software they just created in order to be able to say that they have one. And for them to connect their entire eco system of pheriperals.Quote

22-11-2019, 15:26:35

Avet
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
In my case, I have to restart my PC x amount of times, sometimes, due to iCUE not loading properly. Despite several reinstalls etc, still the same issue.

In all honesty, I thought that with a reputable brand like Corsair, it would be better and more serious. Now it mostly just feels like a software they just created in order to be able to say that they have one. And for them to connect their entire eco system of pheriperals.
I don't rank them that high anymore. They have been slacking a lot last couple of years. In the past they had top cases, ML fans, now... just a bunch of low performance parts with bling. Everything good Corsair was released 2+ years ago. PSUs, fans, keyboards, cases. I can't think of a single thing apart of 1000D that has been top of the line in recent times. Same as ASUS.Quote

25-11-2019, 03:20:20

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Avet View Post
I don't rank them that high anymore. They have been slacking a lot last couple of years. In the past they had top cases, ML fans, now... just a bunch of low performance parts with bling. Everything good Corsair was released 2+ years ago. PSUs, fans, keyboards, cases. I can't think of a single thing apart of 1000D that has been top of the line in recent times. Same as ASUS.
Because everyone is so focussed on childish RGB that they push attention there instead of quality of everything else.

You can clearly see that any company can release a shoddy product which will still be sold in the 10s of thousands because it has RGB.Quote
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