Monday, June 4th 2018
If 2016 was all about RGB, 2018 is about the new addressable RGB standard, which lets you control the color, brightness, and lighting patterns of each individual diode in a cluster (such as a strip or a fan with multiple diodes). Last December, BitFenix updated its Spectre Pro series fans with RGB LED lighting; and now these fans even get addressable RGB, letting you control them through a variety of controllers and software, such as ASUS Aura Sync RGB. With the right software and downloadable lighting presets, you can program your fans to put up quite a show. Besides addressable RGB, the other vital specs of the Spectre Pro hasn't changed.