In order for the lightbar at the top of the T-WINGS to work you’ll need to plug it into an available 3-pin addressable RGB header on your motherboard. There is no independent RGB controller with this case. We plugged the lightbar into our Gigabyte Z490 AORUS Ultra motherboard and it worked no problem. We were easily able to control it using Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion software.
Being an open-air chassis with tempered glass panels on each side you’ll easy be able to see the RGB elements of your build inside the case.
We will be testing both the CPU and GPU temperatures inside the T-WINGS. We recently upgraded our case test rig so we only have results for the T-WINGS right now. We are running the Gigabyte Z490 AORUS Ultra, Intel Core i5-10600K, and MSI Radeon RX 5600 XT Gaming X. The idle test is taken on the Windows 10 desktop and the load test is taken running the AIDA64 system stability test with CPU and GPU selected.
Since the T-WINGS does not ship with any fans the noise level will really depend on what you install. Being on open air chassis there is not much difference between idle and load noise levels either. We used a RisePro Sound Level Meter on a tripod positioned towards the main side panel about six inches away.