Flint 1760Corsair Mechanical Gaming Keyboard K70 RGB MK.2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Cherry MX Silent keys. I've been using this for a few months and like it. You can have three on board profiles and you do not have to keep iCUE open.
Flint 1760What I have now is 3.38.61. iCUE isn't the most intuitive software around. I have to chuckle as I don't keep iCUE open, as soon as I opened it to check the version number, my keyboard went dark.
Flint 1760Yes, after rebooting, all three of my profiles were still there. One thing, make sure you disable iCUE in Task Manager - Startup. That way it is only open when you want it open. The K70 Mark II does still store profiles. As I said earlier iCUE can be a pain, but like you, I read information and then played with it to get it to do what I wanted.
forrestangJust one other question though... My keyboard stored the ORIGINAL profiles, which were the various templates that the board shipped with. As in, the keyboard would cycle through the presets that were available BEFORE I deleted them. Are the profiles that you are able to use w/o ICUE ones that you created yourself, or are they the presets the board shipped with?
Flint 1760 As I said earlier iCUE can be a pain, but like you, I read information and then played with it to get it to do what I wanted.