SilentiumPC Sigma PRO Corona RGB Fan Kit Review
Mike Sanders / 2 years ago
A Closer Look
Each of the fans is individually packaged within the box within their own slightly smaller box. With the components also located separately, this is really nice and simple and actually rather pleasant to check-out as you unpackage it.
While this does come with a motherboard sync adaptor, you are also supplied with a manual controller. The controller is relatively nice quality with it being nicely tactile and easy to handle. With the options all being clearly labelled as well, it won’t be long before you’re cycling through the options to see what you can do.
In addition to the manual RGB controller, you are also given adaptors to ensure you can easily hook up all the fans and also a product manual. The manual is well written relying more on pictures than actual written instructions. In terms of intuiativeness though, most PC owners will have no difficulty getting these hooked up.
When buying a fan kit, the first thing you are clearly going to want to have a look at is the fans. The three provided have a fantastic design as can clearly be seen below. The utilisation of the RGB fan design allows for some very impressive lighting effects. The range provided is also quite decent. While not exactly 16.2 million colours, you have your ‘rainbow’ to choose from or rotate through.
The circular design of the fans is a nice alternative to the standard squared you see often. With the mounting points set on the edge, it provides a nice overall aesthetic.
As above, while the colour palette isn’t massively varied, what is on display is nice, bold and definitely vivid. These fans would definitely compliment any RGB system build without dominating or being drowned out.