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could someone please help me with my 690 ii advanced? i would like to switch the led fan at the front to red led's but still have the led on/off function. do i have to purchase a different cooler master fan, or change the leds? can i purchase a different fan with the function?
    
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could i just change the leds to the red ones? how do i do it?
    
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some help please??
    
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Changing the LEDs would be a mission in itself, and based on what I have seen the costs of LEDs, you would be better off buying a new fan.

As memory serves, the coolermaster LED fans aren't that expensive, I think that will be the easiest option for you.
    
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^^^ That. I have some SickleFlows that do the job well enough for the price.

Also, it's considered common decency to wait 24 hours before bumping your own thread.
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You'd save time and money buying a new fan.
Well, time for the most part. LEDs are cheap.
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