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post #31 of 34
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Btw, how many LEDs are there in the HAF X that I can change into blue ones? Is there any other ones except the one on the 230mm front fan?
post #32 of 34
No just the HDD activity and power light on the front, but just little ones. It would be possible to switch them as well though. If you see some of the crazy case mods out there you realize almost anything can be done. It might be a pita, but it depends on you determination. Haf X is definetly the case to get though lots of room. There are pics of mine on my page just click my name. No lights or anything atm I haven't gotten around to that yet.
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post #33 of 34
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Ok, so I wanna get, let's say, one blue LED from a website that Nakattk recommended me:

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=2556

How do I check what resistor I need for that? Here's a website to help me resolve the problem:

http://www.overclockers.com/add-leds-fans/

The article tells me to apply this formula to know what resistor I need:

Ω = (VS - VLED)/ILED

But even with the LED's specifications in the first website listed up, I don't know what are the numbers that apply to this formula. (lil help here?)
So how do I do this? Btw do I need only 1 resistor for each LED? And do u recommend any other better quality blue LED that I can find elsewhere?
post #34 of 34
Add a 470 Ohm Resistor for use with 12V or a 100 Ohm resistor for use with 5V sources. It tells you on the product page on the frist website.
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