Thermaltake, has taken the Internet of Things (IoT) a step further, and enhanced the Smart Power Management (SPM) service platform with a brand new application – Thermaltake DPS G Riing RGB Mobile App, allowing users to customize the RGB lighting for their power supply fan, and even let the LED dance in sync with the beat. Main features like Sound Effects and Microphone within the app offer users more lighting choices. Especially, the app can detect the sound waves from either the music library or other external sources. The signals will be sent to the fan so that it can flash with the beat. The app is also designed with Color Palette, LED Brightness bar, and other lighting effects: Random Color, RGB Cycle and Blink. The app requires the Thermaltake DPS G PC APP 2.4.2 version or later, and only supports the Toughpower DPS G RGB digital power supply units. Download Thermaltake DPS G Riing RGB Mobile App from App Store or Google Play to turn your system to a Disco now!
Key Features within the Thermaltake DPS G Riing RGB Mobile App:
The Sound Effects is an innovative soundwave function that allows the LED responses to music when users are playing a song on the music library. By simply pressing the button, selecting a song, and sharing it with the fan, and then the lighting will groove with the beat. Enjoying the melodies while admiring the light show!
The Microphone function is used to make the lighting dance in sync with the beat that is sent from other external sources, such as when users are producing music, watching a film or playing an instrument, instead of being inputted from the music library.
The Color Palette enables users to customize the lighting and express their personality, style and attitude by setting any colors they want for their fan. Users can also adjust LED brightness to fit different occasions.
By choosing an astonishing random flashing effect, users can create a vibrant mood for their build, and will never get bored of the light show.
Brighten up the build with a stunning spectrum running effect where the LED changes colors from one to another by color fading.
The static lighting will keep flashing on and off frequently when the Blink effect is applied to the fan.