Originally Posted by ZytheEKS
I'm fairly certain both Logisys and Lamptron both make inverterless cold cathode lights. You could always just pop an inverterless cold cathode UV bar in there to maintain your UV effects. That way you wouldn't have to sacrifice your UV effects. As to your mod, that's all custom stuff man. It's going to have to be thought up, planned, and executed yourself.
Or you could pay someone to do it for you, that's always an option.
according to my research the "inverterless" UV cold cathode bars contain a micro-inverter and so nothing is changed except for the form factor of inverter itself. did some research on that and found near all of them out of stock everywhere.
Lamptron also makes Flex Light Pro LED strips (UV), similar to what Phobya makes under name Phobya Flexlights. there is no sacrificing of UV effect, just the source is different (LEDs instead of CCFL), however Lamptron UV one is out of stock everywhere in US, so probably will go with Phobya's version.
I will not risk safety of my new PSU with those inverters anymore, I'm done with that for good. those things are so cheap and unreliable that I am refusing to replace or even use them anymore.
it's decided LOL, going with LEDs, with whatever outcome there will be.