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You can use the Aida64 utility to monitor various computer status such as CPU/GPU/HDD temperature or CPU/GPU frequency on this keyboard's LCD. This is really handy to see how your computer is balanced in various games: you can see if your CPU is starting to bottleneck your graphics card (or vice versa), thus gaining significant insight on whether and what you need to upgrade on your PC. See More
This keyboard requires (and comes with) a separate power adapter in order to power key backlighting, LCD and powered USB hub. Without it, it still works as a basic keyboard without backlighting, LCD and unpowered USB hub. I'm still disappointed they didn't find a way to power it via USB (even if using an additional USB cable), the power adapter it comes with is really crappy. Note that it is possible to mod it so that it is powered via Molex directly by the PSU to avoid using the crappy power adapter it comes with. This gives an additional benefit of keyboard drawing zero power when the computer is off. See More
Until Logitech Gaming Software loads and reapplies settings after bootup, you're stuck with a jarring white Logitech logo at full brightness on the keyboard's LCD. This is fixed in the updated G19s keyboard (logo is black), but G19 doesn't have updateable firmware. See More
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