Raijintek Unveils its RJK 5V DRGB-PWM Hub

As PC users look to employ more and more elaborate ARGB/RGB lighting effects to their systems, it can be difficult to accommodate them all based simply on what ports your motherboard has available. – With the launch of the new Raijintek RJK 5V DRGB-PWM hub, however, this new product certainly looks to remove a lot of the headaches with a nice central location to easily manage all of your fans and PWM settings!

Raijintek RJK 5V DRGB-PWM Hub

The Raijintek RJK 5V DRGB-PWM comes with 8 PWM hub connectors and, in addition, allows for a single cable from your motherboard ARGB header to easily ensure all of your fans are lit up and running in full sync compatibility. This is then powered by a single SATA connector making cable and fan management hugely more simple and very easy to control for even the novice user!

With a magnetic backing, this can easily be fitted within your PC case to ensure optimal cable management and easy-to-reach controls for those preferring to stick with the manual settings (ideal for those without ARGB sync compatible motherboards).

What Does Raijintek Have to Say?

“Control all of your Addressable RGB Devices. 25 pre-set color modes and 7 different static color options also made for those without an Addressable RGB Header on their motherboard. Take full control of your system’s light effects. 2 control modes, adjust directly via your controller (Control HUB Mode), or bridge it through your motherboard’s ARGB HEADER and use your MB Software. Change the control mode by just a single switch; use your ARGB 5V ADD FANS without an ARGB capable motherboard. The Hub comes with 8 ports 5V ADD for your fans light effects and a total of 8 ports of PWM for your fans speed. A 600 mm 5V ADD M/B connecting cable is in the scope of delivery as well. Connect your Hub to the M/B through your 5V ADD header (Control your 5V ADD RGB light effects synchronously by your M/B 5V ADD Header). RAIJINTEK’s RJK 5V DRBW-PWM CONTROL HUB is the easiest way and best solution for your light effects on your PC lighting system.”


Where Can I Learn More?

At the time of writing, Raijintek has not confirmed any specific regional release dates nor how much the RJK 5V DRGB-PWM will cost when it does arrive with retailers. However, if you do want to learn more, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

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