Lights & Performance
When you power your system on you’ll notice all of the fans on the case light up with RGB lighting. The area around the power button will also light up, but it is just normal white LED lighting. By default the RGB effect on the fans is a sort of rainbow wave, but using the the “R” button on the front of the case you can cycle through different modes / colors. Also if you hold down the “R” button for 3 seconds it will switch to software control if you have the ARGB connector connected to your motherboard. The RGB lighting is good, but since the case is so large you might want to get some RGB strips to really light up the inside.
We will be testing both the CPU and GPU temperatures inside the View 51 TG ARGB. 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.
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.