I got this hoping to add RGB functionality to an older mobo that's still good but wouldn't run the RGB fans in the new case it was going into. What I didn't notice was that it doesn't connect to the PCIe slots at all, despite being marketed as a PCI-e board. You also have to power it from an internal SATA connector, which if you're all about cable management, you may not have lying about. Add to that the fact that you can only change the colours by pushing a little switch on the rear (unless you connect it to an existing RGB header), it becomes a bit of a faff. Why would you get this board if you already had an RGB header on your mobo? I think there's one reason, but don't quote me on that. I think you may be able to address the headers individually, but as I don't have that option, I'm not sure if I'm lying or not.
So - buy it if you want to have your fans and such all shining pointlessly in one of a small choice of colours or in some random pulsing manner, but expect to get a bit tired of pushing that inconveniently sited button if you do. I probably won't bother, as it's a pain to fight your way past the forest of wires at the back of your average PC.
|Ürün Boyutları||10.6 x 3 x 17.6 cm; 100 gram|
|Ürün Model Numarası||AK-RLD-02|
|Üretici Artık Üretmiyor||Hayır|
|Ekran Kartı Arayüzü||PCI-E|
|Güç Kaynağı||12V, 1A|
|Pil Açıklaması||12V, 1A|
|Piller Dahil mi?||Hayır|
|Ürün Ağırlığı||100 g|