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Question 750D Case LEDs

Another question about the 750D, where could I buy blue LEDs for the case? I'd think they exist, but I can only seem to find fan LEDs, not separate lights. Help? The closest I have come is this, but I don't know if it would produce the quality (Link)
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You'll need to ask the person who built that computer to tell you.

If it's one built by Corsair it's probably the lightning node and L.E.D.s
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http://www.amazon.com/NZXT-CB-LED20-...ue+led+2+meter

Something like that. You can aim them for the lighting effect you want. The 2 meter will almost fit all the way around the window in my 900D. They make a 1 meter kit, but I think it might be too small.
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http://www.amazon.com/NZXT-CB-LED20-...ue+led+2+meter

Something like that. You can aim them for the lighting effect you want. The 2 meter will almost fit all the way around the window in my 900D. They make a 1 meter kit, but I think it might be too small.
Does the power switch interfere with the look? Or would I hide it around the window on the 750D?
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The switch goes in a card slot. It would go around your window, facing in. It comes with sticky clips to install them. The only thing I did not like, was the first LED was in site of the bracket, but I used black tape that matched the sleeve and you never see it.

It's pretty slick and looks great.
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The switch goes in a card slot. It would go around your window, facing in. It comes with sticky clips to install them. The only thing I did not like, was the first LED was in site of the bracket, but I used black tape that matched the sleeve and you never see it.

It's pretty slick and looks great.
Alright, thanks
I wanted the LEDs to show off the masterpiece after she's finished
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You should get the NZXT hue, it's RGB, has toggle controls, you can turn it off whenever you want, or have different effect's and it's really cheap! it's a really long LED strip, and fits around the entire case. Highly recommend it!

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811992011

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