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CORSAIR RGB PROFILE COMMUNITY

Corsair fans from around the world have used our RGB software to create stunning profile artwork for Corsair RGB Keyboards. Explore, download, and share profiles and make your mark on the gaming community.

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LEADERBOARD

The best profile artists (most downloads) are featured here.

K65 Profiles

  • This subtle profile was simply inspired purely by its colour. I've had quite a few requests to use purple so I figured it was...
  • Pacman gets chased across the keyboard to the right by Blinky, eating those delicious dots as he goes! Converted by Zheren...
  • I've decided to re-do the Thunderstorm profile, they are extremely similar, but side by side have noticeable differences. Thi...
  • Underwater themed profile, very subtle effects (3 highlight layers and a full keyboard wave). Type Lighting effects added to ...
  • Hit a key and watch Rainbow Fireworks shoot from your fingertips.
  • My first majorly green profile. Corrosive plays on the theme of a dangerous chemical lighting up the keyboard. Converted by ...

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K70 Profiles

  • This subtle profile was simply inspired purely by its colour. I've had quite a few requests to use purple so I figured it was...
  • BMW M logo with ripple white ripple effects
  • I've decided to re-do the Thunderstorm profile, they are extremely similar, but side by side have noticeable differences. ...
  • This huge profile contains 36 modes! 5 basic modes, in 7 different colours! - Default - Horizontal - Vertical - FPS ...
  • Hit a key and watch Rainbow Fireworks shoot from your fingertips.
  • The Emancipation Grid from Portal! Light blue stripes fly by on a black background, with blue and orange portals on the sides...

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K95 Profiles

  • This subtle profile was simply inspired purely by its colour. I've had quite a few requests to use purple so I figured it was...
  • If you haven't already guessed, this latest profile is based around one of the most popular Marvel superheros - Iron Man. Red...
  • After re-watching a few of DBZ's greatest fights I've been inspired to create this, a Super Saiyan keyboard. Converted by Zh...
  • No lightshow- just useful color mapping for K95
  • The Ultimate League of Legends Profile with jungle camp timing and so much more!
  • A rainbow glides smoothly and slowly across the K95. Featuring unique Per-Key rainbows, this is the best the MegaRainbow can ...

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STRAFE RGB

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K65 LUX/Rapidfire Profiles

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K70 LUX/Rapidfire Profiles

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EXPORT / IMPORT INSTRUCTIONS

Exporting a single profile

To export a single profile from your PC, in the profile drop-down in the CUE software,

  • Click the profile you want to export
  • Click the profile menu button and then click Export
  • The Export Profile dialog box appears. Browse to the location where you want to save the exported profile
  • In the Name field, type the name of the exported file and then click Save

 

The exported profile will be saved in the location you specified with the name [filename].prf.

 

Importing custom profiles

To import one or more profiles from a file, in the Profiles menu of the CUE software on your PC,

  • Click Import/Export Profiles
  • In the drop-down list, click Import
  • The Select file to import dialog box appears. Browse to the location where the profile file is stored
  • Click the file to import, and then click Open

 

If you attempt to import a profile with a duplicate name, a warning dialog box will appear, asking if you would like to update the profile.

  • If you click Update, the existing profile will be replaced with the profile you’re importing
  • If you click Add as New, the existing profile will stay the same, and the profile you’re importing will be imported and renamed with a number in parentheses

 

FAQ

Is a login required to upload or download?

To upload or download a profile from this site, you must be logged into a Corsair.com account

Can I change my profile username?

As of April 15th, 2015 we have added a username feature to our Corsair.com account system. Previous account holders can edit their profile to add a username to their account. Once this is done your username will appear on any profiles you upload.

Why are certain keys unlit and/or have no action assigned when I download a profile?

Most profiles are created from a North American (NA) layout. International layouts will vary slightly as the keyboard will contain additional keys not found on the NA layout. Users can implement a workaround by adding these keys to a pre-existing lighting group. If the key doesn’t function, right click the key under the Assignments tab and select Reset to Default.

Are profiles compatible from one keyboard to another (e.g. K65 to K70)?

K65 RGB and K70 RGB profiles can be shared between devices but keys that were not assigned any action or lighting will remain unlit, especially for keys not found on the profile of the original peripheral. The K95 RGB will not be compatible with any other keyboard , however, due to the necessary inclusion of M1-M3 modes that don’t exist on other peripherals.

Why does my profile change when I click out of CUE?

When adding profiles, they may not be set as default. Right click the box next to the profile pulldown menu and set the preferred profile as default. This will notify the software that you want this profile to play even when CUE is in the background.

Why can’t I see the new lighting from the imported profile?

Ensure you are in Advanced Settings by clicking the button on the lower right under the keyboard image in the Lighting tab. To switch back to the preset lighting, click it again to enter Standard Settings.

I have a profile I’d like to share. What is exported in the .prf?

The .prf will contain every mode you’ve created in the profile and will export only the lighting and action items that are assigned to the keyboard. Anything in the action and lighting list that isn’t used will not be exported with the .prf.