There is a small LED strip at the top of the case that will light up when you power on the system. It as well as the fan can be used with the included RGB controller on the case or you can connect the controller to your motherboard for software control. The fan lights up the motherboard section of the case, but I would suggest a RGB strip if your really wanted to light up the inside of the case. If your graphics card has RGBs on it you’ll be able to see them through the glass side panel window.
We will be testing both the CPU and GPU temperatures inside the Evolv Shift 2. We are running the Gigabyte B550i AORUS PRO AX, AMD Ryzen 5 5600X, Cryorig C7 Cu, and MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Super 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.
To measure noise levels we used a RisePro Sound Level Meter on a tripod positioned six inches away from the case. We took readings from both the front of the case as well as from the side.