1. jackjack

    MSI GTX 780 LIGHTNING Graphics Card!

    MSI GTX 780 LIGHTNING Graphics Card images leaked :rock: Images courtesy of hardwarezone sg via WCCFTech
  2. Biff73

    My new Lighting

    Hi guys,I just changed my all my led strip in sig rig to 2 R/C RGB Led kit,its almost identical to the Hue being able to mix colors,flash,strobe,fade & smooth mode,the best part is the price at $16 SGD each & they don't require a 5.25 bay & u control it pretty much like any appliance,some pics below
  3. Fuganater

    Steampunk Lighting and Painting for my next mod "Steampunk'd TJ11"

    Just thought I would share what I'm working on. My next mod is going to be a Steampunk'd TJ11. I'm modding some old Vacuume Tubes so I can add LEDs to them and light them up. I CAREFULLY drilled a hole in the bottom of the tube. Orange is just a test color. I'll actually be using a...
  4. L

    ArmA 3 Lighting Interview
  5. aryan51


    where is the best place to buythe best lighting? and what is the best lighting ? i have no lighting in my case except the asus heart beat ?
  6. Skyguy

    NZXT Sentry Mix

    The NZXT Sentry Mix is a new fan controller from NZXT, designed to provide a simple yet cost effective solution, complete with slider touch and LED lighting options. Click NZXT Sentry Mix for the full review.
  7. Skyguy

    Raidmax Seiran

    The Raidmax Seiran features tool-less drive bays, fan and lighting controllers, and many other small touches that make your build experience just a bit easier. But are these features just gimmicks, or does it speak for the overall quality of the enclosure? Let's find out. Click...
  8. Skyguy

    Thermaltake Chasar MK-1 Full Tower

    The Thermaltake Chasar MK-1 Full Tower ATX chassis is a new design from the renowned manufacturer, continuing their lineup that is geared to the enthusiast and gamer in mind. Click for the full review.
  9. Skyguy

    ASUS GTX 580 Matrix Platinum

    With a behemoth custom heatsink, outrageous lighting effects, overclocking on the fly, and completely new tweaking software, the ASUS GTX 580 Matrix Platinum is a massive card in more ways than we typically see. It's huge, it's badass, and it looks awfully impressive. Click...
  10. Skyguy

    Enermax Hoplite

    The Enermax Hoplite PC case is the latest offering in their line of cases for value-conscious users. However, affordable and practical do not always go hand-in-hand, but for Enermax this synergy is usually blended and what comes out is usually quite good. This chassis looks to live up to such...
  11. Skyguy

    Thermaltake Challenger Pro Gaming Keyboard

    Today we will be looking at one of their newest additions to Thermaltake's peripheral line-up: the Challenger Pro gaming keyboard. It has a sleek aesthetic, programmable macros, backlighting, and a docking station. Let’s dive into the review and see what Thermaltake has to offer the gaming...
  12. Skyguy

    NZXT Sleeved LED Kit

    NZXT is one such company that caters to the enthusiast crowd, and particularly those that love the flashy look, and today is another product from NZXT that continues in that tradition. We’re looking at a pre-sleeved LED lighting kit that may just fit the build and budget for those of you looking...
  13. Skyguy

    Xclio A380Color Plus

    Today we're looking at the Xclio A380Color Plus, a case with audacious styling and unique aesthetics. Toss in some neat LED lighting effects and huge fans, and you've got something very interesting as a result. Sure, we're suckers for good looks, who isn't? But at the end of the day, we...
  14. Skyguy

    Kingwin Lazer 850W

    Today we're looking at the Kingwin Lazer 850W power supply, a unit that comes with enough horsepower for a hungry SLI/Crossfire setup, but with a price tag that won't break the bank. It's got some unique aesthetics with the ability to not only change the fan LED colour from blue to...
  15. Skyguy

    Thermaltake Element V

    The Thermaltake Element V, with flash and features for the gamer crowd, offers some considerable space for higher-end gear. Can it fit a behemoth Radeon 5970? Yes. Does it have a 2.5" SSD bracket? Yes. But to truly suit the gamer crowd, does it have the prerequisite cliche LED flashing...
  16. Skyguy

    Thermaltake Element T

    Today we’re going to be taking an up close and personal look at the new Element T mid-tower case by Thermaltake, the third in Thermaltake’s Element lineup. The Element T is the value option, currently listed with a price tag of about $75. But what about features and functionality? Let's take...
  17. Skyguy

    Thermaltake Element G

    Thermaltake's Element series of cases is geared to the "professional" consumer. Not exactly sure what that means, but we did examine the Element S and found it to be an excellent mid-tower case. Now Thermaltake has released the Element G, with a bit more flash and features that seem more suited...