Lights & Software
When you first power on your system the RGB ring around the center fan will light up. As I mentioned this is the first time we’ve seen an RGB “ring” around a clear fan and it does work quite well.
The RGB effect is a “Rainbow Wave” by default. Now you can turn the RGBs completely off using the switch on the card itself or you can control the LEDs using ASRock’s Polychrome Sync software. After installing the latest version it detected the graphics card and we were easily able to change effects.
For those who want to tune and possibly overclock their Radeon RX 5700 XT Taichi OC+ ASRock has their Taichi Tweak software. Opening it up it is actually pretty well done. You have a GPU target clock, Memory target clock, a fan tuning graph, and info on current GPU usage, memory usage, temperatures and fan speeds. If you click over to the “User Mode” tab you can change these values to tune and overclock your card.