elmotuz: If you have to but led strips in your computer, but them in the case not on
side panel so you could do proper cable management!
Zaphod BeebIebrox: your cable management is a mess, tidy that crap up!
MegaWharfedale: To much mucking around, I measured one length and went all the way around
the outer edges on the inside of my pc, job done, time around 2 minutes.
---ElectroMan---: Anyone else OCD and notice the LED strip he put on the diagonal part of the
window was off-kilter?
GhostRiot: Good lord, what a mess.
grayzification: can you show how to plug this in?
simonmaersk: You did some of these steps in a very retarded way. For example the molex
connector. WTF was that??? Not to mentiion your horrible cable management
in that case at the end...
TheRegalRolston: Anyone ever tell you you're the Bob Ross of LED installations?
MrInfinity360: Was the sea at the start quadrophenia?
xxkinetikxx: looks like crap
Xtroidable: where can I find/get hold of the cables that wire up all the strips so that
it's one whole circuit powered by one molex?
Dakawan S: Way to not solder properly, class one at best
Girish H.R: The red and black wires from LED strip should b connected to which wires
,black or yellow?????????
Anyone help plzzzzzz
Lover boy: What is the item that the guy is holding at 8:29 and where can i get it?
Ikaros Melan: I already bought 15 5mm 12v Pre-Wired Pink LEDs from lighthouse leds. now
im pretty ignorant so when i got them, i had no clue what to do. because i
was expecting them to be ready to connect to my computer case but there
just simple wired lights. apparently i have to ground them to make them
work but not understanding. ground them to what?
Alexander25C: Wanted to do it for a long time. before i wached your video. just finished.
Zalman MS800. No side panel. Instaled leds on the front of the case. Looks
absolutele amazing. I've done a better job including cable management. thx
anyway 4 ur vid.
Frank Jackson: You get such a good view of the cable management.
Adrian Ortega: where were you when i ruined my pc with leds lol =( ty tho ive yet to see
such a good guide for leds like and sub :p
KiLo Hellfire: NO NO NO NO NO! USE ELECTRICAL TAPE TO HIDE THE WIRES IT WILL BLEND IN WITH
THE CASE YOU IDIOT (ocd at it's finest)
Marco Perfetti: WHEN YOU MENTIONED ALCAHOL EVERY ALCAHOLIC TURNED AROUND TO LOOK FOR THE
GamingAndTech: I have the RGB 5050 LED Strip with a sound activated music contoller built
in my case. Get the RBGs if you like changing your lights.
Alan Vangjeli: well those cable make it ugly
Shrikant Raut: Awesome Video, thank you.
Marco Perfetti: wow so you mean my dream has come true, now i can finally put WATERPROOF
LEDS' in my toilet bowl and watch my turds flush away happily into the
sewer to be taken care of the water THANK GOD
ratmdex: Great video
josh haigh: anyone got a link for a cable to link the leds
Matvey Tihonov: Coooool =)))
Synthematix: Solder one wire to the chassis ground and yellow wire to molex plugs yellow
GhostDJ27: good job man it looks awesome
Ikaros Melan: What are the colors of LED lights you can add to the computer. can you buy
Ian Holmes: If you want all of these pre-made with either Molex piggy back connectors,
3 pin fan connectors or even now SATA piggyback power connectors then just
message me for the best supplier on Ebay !!
RecklessWarriorX: NZXT HUE RGB Led Controller Good for Computers!
Lighthouse LEDs: Yes, you could do that.
pushpopLoC909: The PSU itself I'm assuming. No other reason he would use the molex
connector other than that. It's not a stupid question by the way. You learn
new things by asking no matter how 'stupid' one may think it is. :)
ESPro5000: What wires did you use to connect the LED strips with each other?
Gabriel Fisher: I was actually looking to buy these lights. I thought I would find an
example with different lights. This is awesome! Thank you!
Patrick Paredes: hilarious.. lol..
Nick Daniels: The documentation is in the video :) Watch and learn and you'll be on your
Nick Daniels: Definitely not.
ArcticKnightz: I have an xps8500 and im not seeing a 4 pin plug off of the PSU I have 2
6pins though any way I can get these to work?
IronEagle5150: do you have to cut the strip after ever 3 lights?
Lighthouse LEDs: No, it is just an option if you want.
Lighthouse LEDs: I would not recommend using a glue gun. You can get a soldering iron for
$10 and it is WELL worth the $10.
TheAwesonymous: i think it's a better idea to put the leds in the case but so that when you
put the cover back on you can't see the actual leds but just the glow from
them. So the cord wont annoy every time you take the cover off :)
Sameer15557: Nice what case it that?
Nick Daniels: hahahaha. That's right!
Lighthouse LEDs: Honestly, I'm not sure as it wasn't my personal case. We had someone bring
it to us and we added some lights and made a quick tutorial in hopes that
we could help some people out.
Lighthouse LEDs: Most definitely :) Very easy to do and cheap as well. Completely custom
lighting options too. Let us know if you have any questions.
MainDirectory: How did you learn exactly what you need? Please some documentation I would
love to learn to do stuff like this.
Richard Punsalan: hi can you tell where you connect the the positive power in to molex or
from the ground.sorry for my english. : )
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