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Hey there, I was just looking for some Green accent lighting that I could use to illuminate my setup. I was looking at the Antec Accent Lighting - Green
http://store.antec.com/Catalog/ProductDetails.aspx?ProductPath=ACCENT-LIGHTING-GREEN/0-761345-77032-3

Does anyone know of any products that would look good with my setup?






Also if someone could recommend me a good mouse pad and speakers (under $100) would also be helpful. Thanks!
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For accent lighting I'd look on Amazon for some LED strip lights. I picked some up a few months ago and it was actually very well made and used 3M adhesive. The best part was that the LED strips only cost $16/5m, of course that's not including the transformer but I found a transformer that could power over 100 feet for $15. I was glad to find that the PSU I purchased for the lights was actually very high grade and has been running the strips 24/7 for the past 3 months. Just don't even bother with products sold by Antec, BitFenix or other PC companies.

Here's a link to some Green Led Strips --> Link

Link to transformer / psu --> Link

-KD biggrin.gif
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Wow that's a lot of LED's! I think I would need less then 1 M though...unless I lit the whole back wall. Even then that would be about 3 M. Is there a way to cut it down?
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Intel i5 2500k Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 MSI N570GTX PE DDR3 1600 Mushkin Frostbyte 8GB 
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500 GB WD/ Kingston SSDNow V100 64GB Win 7 64 bit Dell S2209W / Dell P2211H Ducky Shine 9008S - Green 
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Corsair TX 850W V2 Corsair 650d Razer Deathadder Logitech G35 
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500 GB WD/ Kingston SSDNow V100 64GB Win 7 64 bit Dell S2209W / Dell P2211H Ducky Shine 9008S - Green 
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Corsair TX 850W V2 Corsair 650d Razer Deathadder Logitech G35 
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Originally Posted by CrunchyApple View Post

Wow that's a lot of LED's! I think I would need less then 1 M though...unless I lit the whole back wall. Even then that would be about 3 M. Is there a way to cut it down?

Yes, there are cut marks every 12" so if you have a soldering iron and some heat shrink its really easy to clip down only what you need.
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