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How to upgrade your gaming area with lighting, speakers and more
You've got an amazing gaming machine and a dedicated play space to enjoy it in, but if you've already upgraded your gaming PC to the max, what else can you do to improve your gaming area? Other than adding a beer fridge, a foot massager and a fancy gaming chair of course.
We've been on the lookout for ways to enhance our gaming experience to make it just that little bit snazzier. Turns out there are a number of pretty awesome bits of kit you can add to your system to make it even more incredible. Some of them are even just software updates too.
NZXT HUE 2 Ambient RGB lighting kit
If you're the sort of person that loves bright, colourful backlighting for your gaming monitor, then NZXT has the solution for you.
The NZXT HUE 2 Ambient RGB lighting kit includes right RGB capable LED strips that allow you to backlight your monitor with ease. These strips come in two different lengths with up to 10 LEDs per strip. A simple installation process simply requires you to run the strips across the top and sides of the rear of your monitor. Those strips then connect to a control box that plugs into your PC and a power supply.
These sticky-backed RGB strips are, for the most part, a doddle to install. The varying sizes and number included in the kit allow you to fit them to a variety of monitor sizes up to 35-inches. In this example, we fitted the kit to a 34-inch ultra-wide monitor and still had one strip left over as a spare.
Clever design features mean you can tidy the cables away mostly out of sight, including sticking the control box to the back of the monitor. We would, however, recommend testing placement beforehand as any mistakes can cause mishaps with the durability of the sticky backing.
Once installed and plugged in, these lights can then be controlled via the CAM software.
The software gives access to a variety of customisation options which make this kit highly flexible. Lighting options include numerous colour presets that can be customised according to your liking. Including the ability to tweak it over two different channels and set to anything from fixed to breathing, fading, pulsing, waving or flowing in a variety of colours that includes rainbow options.
More intelligent lighting options include setting the lights to change colour according to your PCs stats - adjusting to show temperature changes in your graphics card or CPU, for example.
If you're obsessed with frame rates, but don't want a counter constantly displaying while you game, you can even set the lights to change according to the FPS you're getting.
The HUE 2 Ambient lighting kit also allows you to sync with music and audio according to levels, bass or gain. If that's not enough, you can also take advantage of settings to respond to in-game goings on. Though we didn't find that as flexible or as immersive as Phillips Hue Light Sync.
If you want a fully customisable lighting system that won't break the bank, this is it. At around $99.99/£89.99 this is an affordable system that's a great addition to your gaming space.
Corsair light syncing
If you've seen our guide to building your own gaming PC, then you know that Corsair offers a number of RGB fans and lighting options for your machine. These work as brilliant upgrades to your gaming rig or as part of the build when you're initially putting it all together.
Like other gaming peripheral manufacturers, Corsair also sells gaming mice, headsets and keyboards that support RGB lighting. Now, with a recent update to the company's software, you can synchronise lighting across all these devices.
The new Corsair iCue software allows you to create lighting effects that work across each of your devices. Whether that's ensuring all the colours match or watching as lights move across the keyboard and mouse into your case and then back out again.
There are a variety of different settings and effects available here and we have to say, they're all pretty awesome. Especially if you're a fan of RGB lighting customisation. A mass of customisation options means you can program your setup just the way you like it and even change it depending on what you're doing.
These updates also include compatibility with certain games, which mean the game can change your lighting to affect your experience as you play.
In Far Cry 5, for example, the lighting initially glow in the colours of the Stars and Stripes when you load up the game, but turn a haze of red when you've been spotted by enemies or are in danger. Subtle or not, this lighting syncing and dynamic adjustment are impressive, incredible and a brilliant upgrade to any gaming setup.
We were running the Corsair K95 Platinum, Corsair Glaive mouse and the LL120 RGB fans and RGB lighting strips for testing and the results are certainly spectacular. If you already have Corsair hardware, it's easy enough to download the new software - which replaces the previous Corsair Cue and Corsair Link software and puts all the controls in one place.