It’s been years now since RGB lighting began to innocently creep into the PC world. What started as another way for motherboards to stand out–both on store shelves and inside builds with windowed cases–has saturated just about every crevice of the component, gaming, and accessory market.We know there are plenty of people who hate the incessant creep of RGB, and sometimes so do we—particularly
when a case fan or other component light competes for attention with an HDR movie or a game that we’re trying to enjoy. But clearly RGB everything isn’t going away anytime soon.
And there are two ways to tackle change: You can either hide in the darkness, pretending it isn’t happening, or embrace the rainbow to see where it takes you–and maybe learn something in the process.