Tuesday, June 30th 2020

CORSAIR Launches iCUE LT100 Smart Lighting Towers

CORSAIR, a world leader in high-performance gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the latest addition to the growing lineup of RGB ambient lighting products in the iCUE Smart Lighting Ecosystem, iCUE LT100 Smart Lighting Towers. LT100 Smart Lighting Towers are available as a starter kit featuring two aluminium towers each equipped with 46 brilliant fully customizable RGB LEDs, as well as an optional expansion kit for adding additional towers to your setup. LT100 Smart Lighting Towers bathe your room in immersive ambient lighting that enhances your visual and audio experience, creating large-scale light shows that can be synchronized with other iCUE RGB lighting products such as LS100 Smart Lighting Strips or CORSAIR PC components and peripherals.

Each LT100 Smart Lighting Tower stands 422 mm tall and shines with 46 RGB LEDs, with a reversible orientation that can be faced forward for brighter, more vivid lighting or backward for subtler illumination that plays off the walls of your space. When connected to your PC and CORSAIR iCUE software, the towers can match and diffuse the colors at the edges of your screen in real-time, bringing the action in games and media beyond the screen. LT100 Smart Lighting Towers can also be used as an audio visualizer to bring music to life, or be customized in iCUE with a nearly limitless combination of colors and effects for your own unique lighting setup.
Even without connecting to software, LT100 Smart Lighting Towers provide vibrant illumination immediately out of the box with 11 preset lighting profiles that can be cycled through at the push of a button. The starter kit also includes a removable headset rest which enables a tower to double as a convenient place to hold your headset when it's not in use. Each expansion kit offers one additional tower that easily connects to your existing towers, up to a maximum of four towers and an impressive 184 total RGB LEDs.

With the addition of LT100 Smart Lighting Towers, the iCUE Smart Lighting Ecosystem can turn any room into an immersive and spectacular symphony of color.

For more information, check out our review of the Corsair iCue LT100 or visit Corsair's product page.
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39 Comments on CORSAIR Launches iCUE LT100 Smart Lighting Towers

#1
kayjay010101
Get a pair of RGB phallic objects in your gaming room, for the low low price of 140 euros.
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#2
bug
equipped with 46 brilliant fully customizable RGB LEDs
What makes these brilliant, compared to other, non-brilliant fully customizable LEDs?
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#3
Mamya3084
bug
What makes these brilliant, compared to other, non-brilliant fully customizable LEDs?
Well, it'll make your wallet less heavy...
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#4
Mitsman
I wouldn't touch these with a 10 foot rgb pole!! The icue software is garbage
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#5
bug
Mamya3084
Well, it'll make your wallet less heavy...
Wow... Brilliant! :D
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#6
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Mitsman
I wouldn't touch these with a 10 foot rgb pole!! The icue software is garbage
I dont have issues. What makes it garbage?
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#7
Dammeron
So, wait. Those do nothing else but light up in RGB?!!

And I thought gaming chairs with RGB were crossing the line. At least the chair had a function - You sit Your a** on it.
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#8
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Dammeron
So, wait. Those do nothing else but light up in RGB?!!

And I thought gaming chairs with RGB were crossing the line. At least the chair had a function - You sit Your a** on it.
You can take them off the stands and use them as kendo sticks
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#9
Octavean
Dammeron
So, wait. Those do nothing else but light up in RGB?!!

And I thought gaming chairs with RGB were crossing the line. At least the chair had a function - You sit Your a** on it.
Ah,....

But does one’s a** really need or want the RGB,....?

Inquiring a**ess want to know,.... :)
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#10
JcRabbit
Mitsman
I wouldn't touch these with a 10 foot rgb pole!! The icue software is garbage
iCue garbage?! Not in my experience.

I tried nearly all of them (Aura Sync, Razer Synapse, CM MasterPlus, etc) and I can tell you the best, most powerful and most flexible BY FAR is iCue. In fact, I wish iCue could also control all the stuff Aura Sync currently does (Graphics Card, TridentZ RAM, ARGB headers, etc...) and not just the Asus motherboard(s) lights.

If you want to talk garbage, that would be Aura Sync. You can't even apply different RGB effects to separate items, and they've been developing that software for YEARS. Asus: great hardware, really crappy software.
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#11
InVasMani
If I want fancy lighting I get a DMX light period professionally tested professionally proven.
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#12
HisDivineOrder
So... now they're just releasing RGB sticks. They're not even bothering to attach it to a device you want.
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#13
InVasMani
The best RGB lighting is still just a display you want a light show that kicks the llama's *** just run Milkdrop on a monitor.
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#14
CrAsHnBuRnXp
JcRabbit
iCue garbage?! Not in my experience.

I tried nearly all of them (Aura Sync, Razer Synapse, CM MasterPlus, etc) and I can tell you the best, most powerful and most flexible BY FAR is iCue. In fact, I wish iCue could also control all the stuff Aura Sync currently does (Graphics Card, TridentZ RAM, ARGB headers, etc...) and not just the Asus motherboard(s) lights.

If you want to talk garbage, that would be Aura Sync. You can't even apply different RGB effects to separate items, and they've been developing that software for YEARS. Asus: great hardware, really crappy software.
My 2080 REFUSES to be seen my Aura Sync. Doesnt matter how many times I uninstall/reinstall. It will work for a couple reboots MAYBE after a fresh Windows install. Then it will never be detected again. Im patiently waiting for iCue to be able to detect my GPU since they can detect Asus motherboards currently.
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#15
Chrispy_
Yay! More RGBLED plastic landfill material.

I mean, it might go on some fickle influencer's desk for a couple of videos but otherwise it's just more fuel for the increasingly desperate RGBLED marketing hype train.
JcRabbit
Asus: great hardware, really crappy software
Damn straight. At the price they charge there really isn't an excuse for the buggy/bloated/incomplete proprietary mess.
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#16
Dimi
My H115i Pro RGB doesn't get recognised in iCue anymore.. hasn't for over a year and a half now.
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#17
Mitsman
JcRabbit
iCue garbage?! Not in my experience.

I tried nearly all of them (Aura Sync, Razer Synapse, CM MasterPlus, etc) and I can tell you the best, most powerful and most flexible BY FAR is iCue. In fact, I wish iCue could also control all the stuff Aura Sync currently does (Graphics Card, TridentZ RAM, ARGB headers, etc...) and not just the Asus motherboard(s) lights.

If you want to talk garbage, that would be Aura Sync. You can't even apply different RGB effects to separate items, and they've been developing that software for YEARS. Asus: great hardware, really crappy software.
Absolute garbage.....unfortunately I bought in to the icue eco system, case, fans, strips and ram. Its Good when it works but every new update just brings more bugs and there no support


no
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#18
InVasMani
Diluted wanna be rainbow colors everywhere...god forbid we ever encounter a legitimate rainbow and be mesmerized at how duped we've been by RGB LED lighting...
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#19
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Mitsman
Absolute garbage.....unfortunately I bought in to the icue eco system, case, fans, strips and ram. Its Good when it works but every new update just brings more bugs and there no support


no
I strongly disagree, but to each their own.
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#20
jmcslob
So I have corsair RGB headphones...which look awesome...I can't see it but people that could care less can...
This would match them perfectly.
I'm not even going to consider these whatsoever.
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#21
bug
CrAsHnBuRnXp
You can take them off the stands and use them as kendo sticks
ARGB lightsabers? That's something even the Sith didn't dare!
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#22
TechLurker
CrAsHnBuRnXp
You can take them off the stands and use them as kendo sticks
You know, it would be hilarious if these could be used with VR tracking tech. Don your headphones, grab the stand, and it becomes a weapon in your VR game.
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#23
Athlonite
ewww good dog in what universe did Corsair hear someone say "Oh how I wish I had LED lit headphone holder" the answer was none, none at all not in a single one of the multiverses did anyone ever utter such nonsense
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#24
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Athlonite
ewww good dog in what universe did Corsair hear someone say "Oh how I wish I had LED lit headphone holder" the answer was none, none at all not in a single one of the multiverses did anyone ever utter such nonsense
How does it differ in any way to something from philips hue with their mood lights?
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#25
Athlonite
CrAsHnBuRnXp
How does it differ in any way to something from philips hue with their mood lights?
I wouldn't buy those either
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