SteelSeries QcK Prism Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅30-08-17
Software
The QcK Prism is controlled via SteelSeries Engine 3, a piece of central software used to configure all of your SteelSeries devices in one handy application.

Within our testing, we encountered zero issues and found all lighting adjustments to be near instant; a stark contrast to some competitor’s RGB programming.

Within the initial page, you can select profiles on the fly, or click into your chosen peripheral and adjust parameters.



Engine Apps are handy in the most popular games, with more being added all the time. Events like low ammo or health or cooldown timers on special attacks can be assigned reactive illumination through the GameSense Lighting, making such events even more obvious with a large area of light flashing around your mouse; this can add a competitive edge to the most serious of gamer.

PrimeSync allows the user to sync the lighting of all of their Prism-enabled gear, such as headsets, mice and keyboards.



The Prism software allows you to control all 12 zones of the mousemat entirely independently, or all as one. You have the choice of 16.7 million colours, all of which are vibrant and reproduced well. We were provided with the Rival 700 mouse for testing, which also utilises the Prism RGB; we found the colours between the two were identical and complimented each other perfectly.



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