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post #3611 of 5050
Hallo,
I have a LOT of hate for the blue led on the card, they absulutely make my case ugly,(It is all red)
If i black them out with something like black metal or something would it be dagerous for the heat shorting out the card?
Or has enyone done something differend for it?
post #3612 of 5050
Different? No. Put tape on it. Its an LED, not a MOSFET. thumb.gif
post #3613 of 5050
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cavanta View Post

Hallo,
I have a LOT of hate for the blue led on the card, they absulutely make my case ugly,(It is all red)
If i black them out with something like black metal or something would it be dagerous for the heat shorting out the card?
Or has enyone done something differend for it?

Do what i did, get 2 strips of acrylic pref already painted, or get clear one (cheaper) than put isolation tape over it, or dip paint it.
post #3614 of 5050
Wai u pelpes no gif picsures
post #3615 of 5050
I don't mind the led's that much, the windows on enthoo primo are slightly darkened so I get a more purple'ish look to things.
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post #3616 of 5050
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Originally Posted by Walder View Post

Do what i did, get 2 strips of acrylic pref already painted, or get clear one (cheaper) than put isolation tape over it, or dip paint it.

I know, but i would be irritated if there is plastic or something i want it to look slik.
Or add some filters to make the leds give red light.
And on the reactor can you just take it off?
post #3617 of 5050
Oh and btw my validation:
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/gmzw8/
post #3618 of 5050
Yeah i thought about the filters, actually im trying something my gf uses in her school (kindergarten teacher) to see if it works,

But my acrylic strip was measured to fit exacty where the leds are so seems to fit nicely and looks smooth. The problem was the reactor, you can remove it or just put a black isolation strip underneath to cover the MSI logo.
post #3619 of 5050
Btw the lightning loggo can be disconnected aswell. It's the the blue connector on the back.
post #3620 of 5050
Is there anyway to get a replacement or new backplate? I want a spare to tinker with
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