Thermaltake Argent M5 and MB1 Review

Thermaltake Argent M5 and MB1 Review

Software

The Thermaltake software isn’t the most refined software we’ve seen. It takes an absolute age to start, and shuts itself down whenever you update the firmware. It does support multiple devices within the same package – similar to iCUE etc – although the settings for each page reset as you move between them. Not a massive problem for most users, but when we’re trying to show off the lighting it was way more of a faff than it should’ve been, needing to select “all zones” every time.

Thermaltake Argent M5 and MB1 Review  
Thermaltake Argent M5 and MB1 Review  
Thermaltake Argent M5 and MB1 Review  
Thermaltake Argent M5 and MB1 Review  
Thermaltake Argent M5 and MB1 Review  
Thermaltake Argent M5 and MB1 Review  

The lighting segments are handled well. The MB1 looks much better to the naked eye than it does here, more akin to the mouse shot, but it’s good to see that the M5 doesn’t have too much of a blended pink element between the two zones.

Thermaltake Argent M5 and MB1 Review