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Computer Case LED FAN light controller?

Discussion in 'Hardware / Gaming Gear' started by Michael, Apr 10, 2015.

  1. Michael

    Michael Grand Poobah Staff Member

    So, who here likes a little ice on their PC case?

    I'm in the middle of building a new rig for another game and am looking at options. I'm thinking of putting some LED fans in the case however I don't want them on ALL the time.

    Unfortunately, the Corsair 780T case I am looking at doesn't come with a light switch (my current Corsair 400R does have this built in; at least for the front two fans).

    Is anyone using a non-integrated LED controller? If so, what solution did you end up with?
  2. The Verge

    The Verge Administrator Staff Member

    Well, it depends on the fans you are using. I have fans with built in LED's, and they don't have a separate controller wire. But if you are using Corsair Fans, perhaps Corsair has a solution. It also depends if you want a single bay or double bay solution. I'll do some searching...

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