Customizable RGB lighting is now featured on virtually all PC components aimed at enthusiasts. At Computex, a manufacturer told us that RGB-equipped products outsell non-RGB products 7 to 3, so it clearly makes sense to outfit units with RGB LEDs from a business point of view. Meanwhile, hardware manufacturers tend to install addressable RGB lighting only on premium products. Apparently, Enermax plans to change that. At Computex, Enermax demonstrated a prototype of an inexpensive computer chassis featuring four fans with addressable RGB LEDs. The PC case will be compatible with ATX motherboards and standard power supplies (which will be covered by a shroud, by the way). The LEDs will be controllable using software from ASUS. ASRock, GIGABYTE, and MSI. As expected, the enclosure will have...

ASUS ROG Strix Gaming Chassis: Branding Beyond Components

To cap the range of ASUS ROG announcements today, rather than offer pre-built systems with the ROG design, users will be able to buy an ROG branded chassis and...

0 by Ian Cutress on 6/4/2018

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