Let’s Light it up!
So when you power your system on you should see the RGB strips light up, likely the same color / effect that your motherboard is running. Now if you want to be able to control these you’ll have to download the lighting control software for you motherboard. Again these strips are compatible with ASUS Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and ASRock RGB LED. In our case we are using an ASUS motherboard so we can control the strips with ASUS Aura Sync.
We installed these strips in the mean:it 5PM Tempered Glass Case, which has some pretty dark tempered glass panels. Below you’ll see a shot with the Twila RGB LED strips turned off and then another with them turned on, what a difference!
As you can see the Twila kit really allows us to show off our system inside. I would say for 100% coverage you would need two kits. Also one thing to note, these are not individually addressable RGBs so you are not going to have many popular effects, but you can select different colors and have the effects you see listed in the above screenshot. Here is another shot from a different angle showing the difference between not having the Twila Kit enabled and of course with it on.