SignalRGB 2.2.18 Crack With Serial Number Latest 2022
Synchronize your RGB-compatible setup with the action going on your screen, or with the sound buzzing from any audio output around the lights themselves with this application
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While most of us believe that playing games means paying attention to the actions of a certain character on screen, the truth is it has become by now a style of life. With that said, it's not as much about games anymore, as it is about your setup. SignalRGB is an application that aims to be at the center of this stylistic change. This program is a hub for controlling and synchronizing most of your connected RGB peripherals or products.
With a list of 200+ supported products including brands like Corsair, Razer, SteelSeries, HyperX, and Logitech, together with their proprietary brand, Whirlwind FX, you've got plenty of choice when it comes to the way your setup will look and feel. A complete list of compatible products available on the developer's site will clarify any doubts you might still have. As far as the program itself is concerned, aside from the futuristic look, you get a fairly basic app.
You can choose from a couple of preset color templates, choose a game for themed lighting, or create your own light show. The most impressive feature is the ability to control lights through any sound output you might have on your machine, or simply by allowing the program to capture your screen. This will lead to interesting situations such as lights flashing when the police pull you over in-game or flashing red lights when your character loses and so on. A demonstration of these effects can be seen on the developer's website, once again.
Developer: Whirlwind FXn/a n/a
Supported OS: Windows 10 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 8What's new
- Hard drive space: 500 MB
- CPU with AVX2 support required
SignalRGB Previous VersionsSignalRGB 2.2.16
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