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Gibby

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Hi,
I just got a new computer and it's only a dell but it has a hole vent pattern on the side and i would like to put some type of lighting in the case so i can have it lit up inside and have that nice glow. Would a cold cathode light be better or some LED strip? I also dont know what they involve in installation such as how do i fasten it to the case and how it's connected to power.

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tazz1964

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Hi
Welcome to GTG
Myself I like the cold cathode light the plug into the 4pin power like your hard drive and cdroms they mount with velco all will come with the lights make sure you run the blue power converter.
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Evening_Death

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Definatly cold cathode lighting :tazz:, heres what it can do with the aid of other upmarket components not installed in a manufactured computer... hehe... my system! lighting.JPG cold_cathode.JPG
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jacobusmatthew

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yeah here is mine using cathode lighting

My PC
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