G.Skill announces major software update for the KM780

G.Skill announces major software update for the KM780

The maker of computer memory and various peripherals G.Skill has announced a major software update that targets the company’s Ripjaws KM780 and KM780R RGB series mechanical gaming keyboards. The update focuses on offering even more color options for each key than before.

The update is called SW0.104/FW57 and offers an expanded color palette, which now has the ability to personalize the full range of 16.8 million colors. Owners of these keyboards can now also share customized layouts of color lighting with friends by simply exporting, sharing and importing the keyboard profile. Next, the responsive lighting effects (Ripple and Reactive) can now enable a second layer of customizable background per-key lighting. Other changes include the expansion of individual RGB customization to the top row of special function keys and media keys, which can be unlocked by simply upgrading the firmware to the latest version; the increase of key brightness to 5 levels (up from 4); and various optimizations to the lighting effects that improve on smoother color transitions.

You can get this software update on G.Skill’s web page.

Source: G.Skill

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