Phanteks releases RGB LED strips

Phanteks releases RGB LED strips

Case modding has reached new heights thanks to the efforts of Phanteks – a company known for making computer hardware accessories. Now Phanteks has new RGB LED strips for all fans of fancy looking cases. The strips are called RGB LED Strip Combo Set and RGB LED Strip 400MM and both of them feature ultra high brightness LEDs and a number of unique features that ensure long-lasting smooth illumination.

The Phanteks RGB LED Strip Combo Set is for inexperienced case modders – this strip includes two 400 mm long magnetic RGB LED strips, a RGB LED adapter for motherboards with a 4-pin RGB LED header, one extension cable and 3M adhesive tape. All you have to do is plug in the RGB LED adapter to the motherboard’s 4-pin RGB header and install it in any case that is on the market. If you have a Phanteks case you can plug the adapter directly into the provided LED connector.

The Phanteks RGB LED Strip 400MM is an expansion kit for the RGB LED Strip Combo Set. The kit allows users to add more lighting solutions to the starter kit if this is needed. The 400MM expansion kit includes one 400 mm magnetic LED strip and 3M adhesive tape.

The Phanteks RGB LED Strip Combo Set is available now for EUR 14.90/GBP 11.99 while the Phanteks RGB LED Strip 400MM can be yours for EUR 5.90/GBP 4.99.

Source: Phanteks

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