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    i was just going through some of my old favoite links when i came across the street glow link i had. than i remembered they had a pc neon kit http://www.streetglow.com/site/pcneon.htm

    this kit lets you connect several, up to 4 i think, lights. now i'm sure that i will wok with other lights but, i recommend there's either way. this includes there hot wires which is a string like neon light. which comes in several sizes from 3 to 12' if not mistaken and can be cut to any size.

    so you can take the hot wires and wrap them around rounded cables or highlight some of your favorite parts. and don't forget the pcneon connector can connect up to 4 lights. all the lights you can need in one easy connector.


    and no i'm not a representative of street glow . i just thought this was a great product and wanted to share it with fellow modders. plus, once i start modding my comp i plan on getting the pcneon connector. those hot wires will make modding the case sooooo much better.
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    cold cathode lights are prefered and are a close cousin to neon and are already well know in this community as well as being widely available
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    i always thought cold cathodes were brighter
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    I'm pretty sure ur right t00lbox, cold cathodes do tend to be brighter than neons, as well as being much more compact :thumb: Thats why they have become the standard form of lighting in the modding community:D

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    hey, do those cold cathod grills actually look good??? b/c i might add one to an intake fan so i dont need to buy a new led one
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    as for the cc grills, check out www.pccasegear.com.
    ccs also do not flicker when they are turned on.

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    It would be nicer to give a direct link to the parts in question, http://www.pccasegear.com./category76_1.htm, instead of gettin' ppl to search for them. ;)

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    do they look nice in real life?
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    soz wiggo, u know me, im a lazy *******.
    but i think they are on the front page a bit down.
    but, yes, in future i will try to get some more direct links.

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    The only problem I got with the cold cathode lights is they are EXTREMELY flimsy Screwdriver slips outta your hand while removing screws from burner or whatnot, and you could find yourself picking up literally thousands of little glass shards from the bottom of your case... Would be nice to see the cold cathode lights ship with some kinda plexiglass guard.
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