Synapse 3 & Huntsman Elite Issues

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by InVideo, Jul 16, 2018.

  1. keegan2020

    keegan2020 New Member

    Razer Huntsman Elite | Official Razer Support
     
  2. keegan2020

    keegan2020 New Member

    Razer Huntsman Elite | Official Razer Support
     
  3. keegan2020

    keegan2020 New Member

    Razer Huntsman Elite | Official Razer Support
    Razer literally says it needs 2 2.0 usb's
    I just wanted to step in and tell you that
     
  4. RazerThe_Fiend

    RazerThe_Fiend Well-Known Member Staff Member

    The device controller being USB 2 does not mean it doesn't work on USB 3/3.1 ports. USB ports are always backwards compatible. Every single one of our keyboards this decade runs a USB 2 controller, the Huntsman Elite is no exception.
     
  5. Bilbobigsticks

    Bilbobigsticks New Member

    It looks like my lighting effects lag when i plug in both USB cords but when i unplug the power source for the secondary lighting it works just fine.
     
  6. BlackFireDragon

    BlackFireDragon Active Member

    I dont tni
    I dont think this is a problem. From your post i can assume you have to low power for usb port to handle the power that keybord need. Every usb and pc or notebook use 12V connection and it's the usb 2 or 3 it dosent matter.
     
  7. Bilbobigsticks

    Bilbobigsticks New Member

    So what would I need to do to fix this issue? I assumed that plugging it in directly to my motherboard would be fine being that it’s a MSI z370 gaming m5.
     
  8. BlackFireDragon

    BlackFireDragon Active Member

    I will say first cheack what power you use from your power supply and what power you have free. The second usb cable is only for lightning on wristrest so you dont use it the 12V power is enogh for keybord to work but if you want to use keybord and wristrest on one usb cale you have the answear :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
  9. Bilbobigsticks

    Bilbobigsticks New Member

    Ya I was a little worried haha although I assumed that my 750watt would still be enough that being said I did just get a new 1080 and a 8700k so I might need to invest more money.
     
  10. BlackFireDragon

    BlackFireDragon Active Member

    I dont remember exact numbers but 1080 take something aroud 250 to 300W for cpu and i dont remember but you have also other components who take power fans, pomp if you water cooling hard drive etc this can easly take high ammmound of power. Periphecials take also from your power supply so in the end is worth cheacking power devilivery status to make sure that pc have enogh power to run everything.
     
  11. Bilbobigsticks

    Bilbobigsticks New Member

    Well looks like I’ll invest in a new power supply, I was figuring it was about time but I didn’t want to admit it oh well thanks for the info it helped a lot!
     
    Last edited: Dec 3, 2018
  12. BloodyRazer

    BloodyRazer New Member

    Anyone notice their wrist rest/pad is slightly bowed upward?
     
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