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what leds should I buy For these huge fans? I don't know anything about (volt,etc...)
Can anyone answer?
post #3952 of 23525
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Can anyone answer?
if i am not wrong . any led as long as u know which resistor to use.
you can use http://ledz.com/?p=zz.led.resistor.calculator to find the resistor.
i maybe wrong as i did't play with led before too.
    
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post #3953 of 23525
The fans I have are these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...k=ultra%20kaze

I was going to mount it on the inside and just use 3 fans but my roommate gave me 3 more so I decided to put it on top and use them. I decided it had to be a girl cause in the event my tubes ever broke I could go "Crap her water broke" I bought my UV LEDS from mouser and use 680ohm resistors and wire them all in parallel although it really doesn't matter; I mounted them in between two neoprene strips.

Also can I be added now :-)
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Can anyone answer?
What exactly are you trying to do?
You can hook up LEDs to a molex as long as you have the correct size resistor as stated before...each LED requires a resistor to limit the current to a safe value.
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Very honest, Your rig is awesome beast!

and *HNY 2010*
Thanks mate I put alot of time into her
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post #3956 of 23525
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What exactly are you trying to do?
You can hook up LEDs to a molex as long as you have the correct size resistor as stated before...each LED requires a resistor to limit the current to a safe value.
I just want to put some new leds to the 230mm fans.I haven't done this before so ....
post #3957 of 23525
has anyone problems with the headphone port?I listen music and suddenly it says that the device has been disconnected.Then it starts but after some secs the same problem
post #3958 of 23525
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has anyone problems with the headphone port?I listen music and suddenly it says that the device has been disconnected.Then it starts but after some secs the same problem
Yup,I have this on my headphones,but not my IEM's,the design of the FP Audion in/out needs a slim jack it appears
    
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post #3959 of 23525
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Yup,I have this on my headphones,but not my IEM's,the design of the FP Audion in/out needs a slim jack it appears
I didn't get that.Can explain it?
post #3960 of 23525
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Oh I forgot ; Is powder coating better than normal painting?
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powder coating is very expensive but provides a much more durable finish. use a 1/8" drill bit to drill out the rivets and 1/8" rivets to put it back together
Powder Coating is more durable than regular paint as it is literally baked onto the pieces. It will still scratch but takes a little more abuse than some paints. As far as prices go, shop around. If you go for a custom color and they have to run it separately, it will cost more. They will charge you a setup fee, powder cost, etc. If you can sneak it in with another job they are planning to run, you can usually work out a deal with them. I did my case in a standard "Flat Black" which is more a satin finish like the original coating. Cost me $65CDN to have all my parts coated because it is a standard color they run often and I prepped all the parts for them (sanded). If it was a custom color, it would have been much more.
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