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Thermaltake’s new RGB controller is a nine-port LED hub for your RGB hardware

By John Law & Koh Wanzi - on 19 Dec 2017, 10:00am

Thermaltake’s new RGB controller is a nine-port LED hub for your RGB hardware

Image source: Thermaltake.

Thermaltake has announced a new RGB controller that makes it a lot easier for you to customize and coordinate the lighting effects on your rig.

The TT Sync Controller TT Premium Edition features a nine-port LED hub that will work with a range of Thermaltake addressable LED products, including its Riing Plus RGB case fans, Pacific Lumi Plus LED strip, and Pacific W4 Plus liquid cooler.

In addition, the controller is compatible with ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI motherboards, and supports their respective Aura Sync, RGB Fusion, and Mystic Light software.

If you have a compatible board from one of these brands, you’ll be able to control your system LEDs directly from the motherboard vendor’s software without needing to install Thermaltake’s Riing Plus RGB utility.

Thermaltake’s own software does not have the ability to control things like RGB USB peripherals or memory, but board manufacturers allow that with their RGB utilities. The new RGB controller solves this by letting users control existing Thermaltake RGB products, board lighting, and compatible peripherals from one place, which is a level of convenience not offered before.

This also allows for more seamless lighting effects across your entire system, and you’ll need to do less work to achieve the desired effect.

The TT Sync Controller TT Premium Edition is available to buy on Thermaltake’s website at US$24.99 (~RM101).

Source: Thermaltake.