- Mar 26, 2010
- 9,095 (2.24/day)
- Jakarta, Indonesia
|Processor||Intel Xeon X3470|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. P55A-UD3R (Socket 1156)|
|Memory||Samsung 8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3|
|Video Card(s)||NVIDIA Quadro FX 1800|
|Storage||V-GEN03AS18EU120GB, Seagate 2 x 1TB and Seagate 4TB|
|Display(s)||Samsung 21 inch LCD Wide Screen|
|Case||Icute Super 18|
|Audio Device(s)||Auzentech X-Fi Forte|
|Power Supply||Silverstone 600 Watt|
|Keyboard||Sades Excalibur + Taihao keycaps|
|Software||Win 7 64-bit|
this is what i did tooTheir keyboards are great but the drivers got all bloated after rgb became a thing. I disable most of their services manually, after installing the keyboard I only let icue run not any of the other processes cobblefucked onto the driver.
Just go into the folder they launch from by right clicking in task manager and open file location, rename the exe to exenope or literally anything added after exe and it'll prevent them from running.
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I'm using the v3 software with a k57 and a k70 rgb with custom rgb profiles on both. Lame if v4 doesn't support them. Also lame if you're forced to choose.