After grabbing the latest version of iCUE, the Ironclaw RGB is recognized, and we can customize it. The first option is to set up the three onboard profiles. You can add profiles that you make, or you can try one of the many pre-set options on the list as well. Along with the name of the profile, you can select if it is a hardware or software profile, link it to a program, add an icon and background image, even blur the image and adjust the transparency.
The following tab is for actions, and this can be anything from Macros to remapping, even disabling buttons. The Macro menu is visible with import/export ability, as well as delivering delays and adjustments to the Macro after creation. Advanced settings allow you to set triggers, repeats, a secondary action, and even keeping default key function while using it for a Macro. The start settings tab is where you go if you wish for sounds to play when the Macro is used.
Lighting effects is the place to change the lighting on the Ironclaw. You can change both zones individually, paired, or even synced to other Corsair devices. Fourteen pre-set options in the drop-down box currently showing rainbow. Below the modes are adjustments to speed, colors on others, and if you want a profile to change lighting, that can be changed as well.
The DPI section does what it sounds like it should. In this menu, you will see three DPI settings to adjust, along with a fourth line marked Sniper. You may change the sliders or use direct entry into the boxes, from 100 to 18,000 DPI, one DPI at a time if desired. At the bottom are boxes to pick the DPI and Sniper color of the left side LEDs, which can be changed on the right side with codes, selecting from the wheel, or using one of the seven colors at the bottom.
The performance menu is short and sweet. Co9me to this section if you wish to turn on angle snapping, change the profile indicator color, or to mess with pointer precision and speed.
Surface calibration is something many could take advantage of. Many mice will seem sluggish at specific DPI settings, and it could be a calibration issue. Following the instructions at the bottom and making circles on the mouse pad image, you will find that the mouse is much more precise once completed.
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