Once you’ve built the best gaming PC, it’s time to spruce up your system with a bit of flair by adding some lighting. Hearing the term ‘RGB’ needn’t send a shiver down your spine, as it doesn’t just mean rainbow patterns and flashing lights, but the ability to thematically thread your entire setup together with your favourite colours and animations.
Stepping up from synchronising your keyboard and mouse, you can line the inside of your rig with lighting strips, attach them to your gaming desk, and stick them to the back of your gaming monitor for a healthy glow. There are even panels and wall lights you can use to brighten up the rest of your room.
Since all our suggestions use light-emitting diodes (LEDs), they consume such little electricity compared to standard bulbs that they won’t add that much to your bill regardless of whether you’re in the market for over-the-top illumination or lights that dance to the sound of your music. In fact, they might even be able to reduce your bill if you make them your default lighting.