Finally, we will no longer need separate RGB customization software for each hardware we have in our gaming PCs. Razer Chroma will encompass all of them, under one software control.
If you’re a desktop PC enthusiast, then you’ll likely be familiar with at least one software for controlling RGB lights. In fact, you may be familiar with several. Seemingly every manufacturer has its own proprietary solution for controlling the RGB lights on its graphics cards, RAM modules, motherboards, fans, PC cases, keyboards, mice, monitors, and practically any other accessory we can think of. Wouldn’t it be great to have one software for all?
Chroma is known for its cloud-enabled settings that allow owners to set and save specific colors and behaviors and then load them onto different Razer machines. While the feature requires a Chroma account, it nonetheless gives a sense of unification amongst all your Razer PCs and accessories. From here on out, this same feature should work not just between Razer devices, but also between devices from Biostar, MSI, AMD, AOC, Lian Li, and more. Razer has wisely stepped up to the plate to offer its Chroma software across more devices outside of just the Razer family.
It remains to be seen how this deal would impact the existing RGB customization software from the list of 25 manufacturers. A number of popular manufacturers like Corsair, Asus, Logitech, or Dell Alienware are notably absent from the list for the time being. But still, many manufacturers have been enlisted under chroma control by Razer at the moment and it is very likely we will see other brands in the future too. It is only a matter of time Razer Chroma will fulfill all your RGB needs and you will flaunt RGB gimmicks with one click synchronization.
The list of 25 brands is included below:
- Lian Li
- G Skill
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