CAM should start in offline mode.
Cam should automatically start in offline mode, do the fan/AIO/LED controls, etc. Only then should it try to login. If you MUST, have it say it'll work with reduced functionality.
Controlling Fans, AIO pumps and LEDs should *never* require internet access. It should just work.
And yes, there's guest mode. Except many of us have had CAM stuck at the "Authenticating" screen, not allowing us to select it!
I've got the same problem, can't log in in guest mode - it just says 'all login attempts exhausted, please contact customer services"
It's a complete POS and I regret buying my GRID+ every time I have to use CAM, the fact that the GRID+ doesn't failsafe without it is diabolical
ha, customers have been requesting this since the creation of CAM, you got no chance. I give up asking after 2 years. I always now recommend anyone daft enough to purchase a CAM controlled product so get an immediate refund as it will NEVER work correctly.
Grid+ (Controlled by CAM) should fail-safe into 100% for all output when not connected/managed by CAM. I'm always worried CAM isn't going to load for one reason or another (happens regularly) and that my system is going to cook because of it.
Isaiah Taylor commented
They should I'm myself planning getting the case, NZXT RGB lighting and NZXT RGB fans for this setup
Park Nyranja commented
Agreed. My CAM hasn't been working for weeks now, especially during the heat it's really problematic that I can't really configurate my watercooling lol.
Offline modus is a great idea.
I agree.. I don't know how many times i have started my PC logged on started some heavy CPU usage process and walk away to come back and notice cam is still on authenticating.
I'm using a 9900k which gets hot enough but to not have the fans and pump working properly on AIO is inexcusable. I have 2 x62's one for CPU and one for GPU so i have twice the chance of something overheating with this problem.