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SilentiumPC Announces its Nano-Reset Remote ARGB Controller

SilentiumPC has today announced the expansion of its PC accessory line-up by introducing the Nano-Reset Remote ARGB KIT. This complete kit is perfectly equipped to control devices with addressable ARGB backlighting using a remote control. The Nano-Reset Remote ARGB KIT can be easily applied to the fan backlight or ARGB LED strips even without having a motherboard with ARGB support. The included splitter can simultaneously control the lighting of four different devices, connected by the standard 3-pin ARGB connectors in 2+1 pin with a 5 V design.

SilentiumPC Nano-Reset Remote ARGB Controller

The setup is simple and requires the user to merely connecting the Nano-Reset Remote ARGB controller to a SATA power connector of the power supply and then plugging in the designated ARGB devices to the 2+1 pin connector. The remote control communicates using radio technology, and unlike the infrared versions, it does not require visibility of the remote control with the receiver. In addition to that, it is also possible to control the ARGB illumination by pressing the RESET button of the PC case after connecting the RESET 2-pin cable to the Nano-Reset Remote ARGB controller. The system remembers the last chosen lighting mode setting even after the PC was shut down.

The big advantage of addressable LED backlighting (ARGB) is that each LED is managed independently. SilentiumPC equipped the Nano-Reset Remote ARGB KIT controller with dozens of predefined operating modes, allowing you to select one of 16 million colours in various combinations. The list of effects includes a shimmering rainbow, constant illumination of a particular colour, slow, gradual colour change modes, quiet breathing and the impressive stroboscope mode.

Price & Availability

The SilentiumPC Nano-Reset Remote ARGB KIT is now available for €8.99 and comes with a two-year manufacturer warranty. – If you do, therefore, want to learn more about this product (and perhaps now have more ARGB in your system than available ports – or perhaps no ARGB support on your motherboard at all), you can check out the official product website via the link here!

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

Mike Sanders

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