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So closing my right side panel the wire to the front lights that shine through the little front diffuser got caught and got cut in half now my case doesn't have any front lighting. I took the front Fascia off for cleaning (after a bit of work) and I noticed the two little red LED bulbs could be removed, replaced. So I'm wondering if Corsair could send me a replacement set that I can install myself and get that part of my case back up and running? I know those lights are just mainly for looks and only one color (red) but I'd like to restore my Graphite 780T back to original specifications. An internet search turned up nothing for a suitable replacement. Kind regards.
Hello, I'm new here, quite recently made my build (which, as you can see, contains only Corsair stuff except the mobo and graphics card). It was largely by accident, but it turns out all of my build is from Corsair, so I guess this is the best place to ask questions. I'm looking to (later, probably for Christmas) replace the front fans of the 780T as I don't like the way the led lights shine. One option is to replace them by either 3x LL120 RGB or by 2x LL140 RGB, both with a Lighting Node Pro. However, the front and back fans are controlled using the front panel, hence only using hardware (no connection to the mobo). According to user c-attack in this thread, the front panel controller is a DC controller. The LL series are PWM. So: is it possible to control the fans using the front panel, while controlling it's RGB with the Lighting Node Pro (via USB 2.0)? I clearly have no idea what DC and PWM mean here, so maybe this question is trivial, but I really don't know. Thank you in advance!