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Im planning on doing a mod. instad of having blue LED's where they were, i took those out, and im going to put the HD and power led's where they were (so i can see them) all i have to do is lenghten the led's and put another set of leds on each (there were 2 blue led's per side). do you guy think it will work and look half way diecent?
 

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PLease explain-- which LEDs are being relocated? Some decorative ones already a part of the case? If so I can't see the problem. I found that there are many different voltage ranges of LEDs and brightnesses as well--a little experimentation before final hookup is advised to save yourself any hassles of replacing burnt or really dim LEDs if the voltage is incorrect...
 

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I'd say instead of modding your HDD you could overclock your Texas Instruments calculator! (Look in the FAQs section of 'Other Hardware Mods')
 

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Originally Posted by Madkat

Im planning on doing a mod. instad of having blue LED's where they were, i took those out, and im going to put the HD and power led's where they were (so i can see them) all i have to do is lenghten the led's and put another set of leds on each (there were 2 blue led's per side). do you guy think it will work and look half way diecent?

If you're talking about making your case lights (hdd and power light) both blue led, it's very simple and works well. I've done it with my case by simply buying 2 of these for like 40 cents a piece and they have any color you could possibly want. (even dual color)

http://www.lsdiodes.com/shop/index.p...2802d5b00e64c7
 
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