Reddit Reddit reviews NEON RGB LED Strip Kit for PC, RGB LED Strip Light, Vibrant LED Computer Lights Multi Function RF Remote for Desktop PC Computer Tower, Come with Sata Power Cable and 12pcs Strong Magnetic Brackets

We found 27 Reddit comments about NEON RGB LED Strip Kit for PC, RGB LED Strip Light, Vibrant LED Computer Lights Multi Function RF Remote for Desktop PC Computer Tower, Come with Sata Power Cable and 12pcs Strong Magnetic Brackets. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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NEON RGB LED Strip Kit for PC, RGB LED Strip Light, Vibrant LED Computer Lights Multi Function RF Remote for Desktop PC Computer Tower, Come with Sata Power Cable and 12pcs Strong Magnetic Brackets
➤2-WAY TO CONTROL: Connected by 12V RGB 4-pin header on Motherboard with RGB header, or using our rf controller with SATA connection , without worry not available after order.➤NEW UPGRADED: Airgoo New Version Neon RGB LED strip with full color range, Neon housing creates a smooth and stable illumination effect. And it come with 12pcs super strong magnetic brackets, easy to use the magnetic brackets to fix the led strips, can be curved in any shape, allowing for easy and stable installation to the metal chassis.➤WIDE COMPATIBLE: Compatible with Asus Aura, Asrock RGB Led, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light, etc. which prefect for you DIY gamers to build up any color or animation you desired.➤DIMMABLE& ADJUSTABLE SPEED: 5-level brightness when the light strip in static mode(single color display), avialiable 5-leve speed in dynamic mode(color changing display) which all adjust by rf remote controller.➤PACKAGE INCLUDES: 1 x 12V 4pin rgb cable for connecting 4-pin RGB header on M/B, 1 x Extension Cable for one of the strip (20inch), 2x Neon RGB LED Strip, 1x RF Remote controller together with 1 x 12V SATA connection cable. Airgoo strips support daisy chain, we recommand 4 strips max total. If you need more, please visit Airgoo Store on Amazon.
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27 Reddit comments about NEON RGB LED Strip Kit for PC, RGB LED Strip Light, Vibrant LED Computer Lights Multi Function RF Remote for Desktop PC Computer Tower, Come with Sata Power Cable and 12pcs Strong Magnetic Brackets:

u/SteevB · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Thanks! As for the lights, the ones behind the monitors is a 4 strip RGB LED kit from IKEA. However, I would just recommend going on Amazon and getting a kit similar to the ones I post below. The only reason I got the IKEA ones is because I worked there at the time and it was a little cheaper, otherwise I would have gotten the ones on Amazon since they are a much better option.

For inside the desktop, I bought a kit that is essentially the same LEDs I was talking about before, but instead they are adapted so that it plugs into a 4-Pin molex.

Computer Tower RGB Light Kit:*
Monitor/Desk/Room Lighting:

On a side note, these LED strips are great because they can be cut to size, and if you have extra left over you can just get another controller and remote to have multiple lighting locations. And if your'e handy enough, you can technically just make the lights for inside your case on your own. As long as you know how to solder that is.

Sory about the essay. Hope this helped!

u/Klaidheamhmor · 2 pointsr/PCBuilds

Hey there. I did not paint anything. When ordering my parts, I just found ones that were white and ordered those. I based everything around the case, which is the white version of the NZXT S340 Elite. The LEDs are actually just a cheap kit I found on Amazon for $15. They change colors and have effects (breathing, strobe, fade, etc). They run on SATA power and have an RF remote control you use to change the effects and hues. Here's a link:

u/l1m3ra1nz · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

For your desk:

Topmax 5050 16.4ft/5m Led Strip Lights

For your case:

Airgoo Full Kit Computer RGB 5050 SMD 2pcs 30leds 50cm LED Strip Light with Multi Function RF Remote Controller Built-in Protection Circuit for Desktop PC Computer Mid Tower Case(2017 New Version)

u/MrrQuackers · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

You can get RGB strips from Amazon on the cheap that come with a remote controller.

Here's what I used in my living room build.

Here's a pic of the kit in my case.

And if you're interested I did a video talking about them, you can watch that here.

u/HoneyCombHearts · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Looks similar to what's in my build. [[Link Here]] (

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u/odombones94 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I bought these rgb strips last year. They work well and have some cool features. Only thing I'd check is if your psu has a molex power connector. If not, you can get a sata to molex adapter for cheap.

u/AshtonKoosher · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Here's a kit I bought off Amazon. It was only $18 with Prime so I thought it was a deal. Looks great in my build and the leds are pretty bright.

u/TheVuksv3 · 1 pointr/battlestations

Ofcourse! Just went into my Amazon account’s order history. They have some in stock I just checked. Still $20.

u/frankiology · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

Sorry, didn't realize it was airgoo

I got it setup in my case atm but decided to get use a different controller so I could use a more robust remote with more customization. Very impressed with the results.

u/enjambd · 1 pointr/buildapc

I got this a couple weeks ago:

The control unit is pretty small and fits nice in the case. It also comes with two 50cm strips (adhesive). The directions and marketing are in really bad English but don't let it scare you, it's a good product.

u/Redditenmo · 1 pointr/buildapc
  1. If you're buying an AIO, don't get a 2700x, just get the 2700. The 2700x's advantages are a better stock cooler and better stock clocks. Both CPU's overclock the same, and your mobo supports automatic overclocking, so with an aftermarket cooler they're effectively going to be the same CPU, but at different prices.
  2. If you're just gaming (eg. not streaming or doing mutli threaded productivity tasks) you could get an R5 2600 and it would offer the same performance as 99.9% of games don't utilise the extra cpu cores / threads that a 2700 offers.
  3. Given your case has a window, I'd suggest swapping to an m.2 based sata SSD (it's just a form factor change, prices and speeds are about the same)
  4. Spending $80 on the 2 extra RGB Fans for the AIO is kinda dumb, eg. you could get this AIO that includes RGB fans, saving yourself $50. You won't really see those fans though anyway, as you've got a solid front cover.
  5. I feel similarly about $120 on 3x RGB fans, seems like it'd be a lot cheaper to get 3 plain fans and a seperate RGB kit
  6. The money saved on RGB fans would likely be sufficient to upgrade to a 1440p/144hz monitor.
  7. Your PSU is fairly low quality too, I'd suggest getting something better given the overall price of the system.

    Build with changes:

    >Also please excuse how stupid this sounds (Like I said this is my first PC build) but do the AIO fans push or pull? and what should my Fan setup be?

    Depends on how you set them up.

    Imo, in your case, you should use 4 fans on the AIO, 2 on each side with the AIO in the middle (this would be a push/pull setup)

    Pair that with 1 exhaust fan at the top -rear of the case and one exhaust fan at the rear of the case.
u/thecolonelofk · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Here's one.

It's worth noting that depending on how you have them set, the cheaper ones won't look perfect. They work by having a red, a green, and a blue dimmable LED next to each other in the strip, so you might get some kind of rainbowing effects., where you can see the light from each LED. They still work perfectly fine, but if you have anything too close to them you'll get more of one of the 3 LEDs hitting that more directly.

u/blackstrom1215 · 1 pointr/buildapc

For $50 bucks, you cant go wrong with the Deepcool DUKASE V2. It comes with 2 color variants, black and white. For LEDs, I suggest you to get these DIY RGB LEDs. Cheaper and serve the same purpose.

However, looking at your rig setup, I guess you are not a gamer? RX460 isn't a very strong GPU for modern AAA gaming.

u/rtey31 · 1 pointr/buildapc

This kit. Cheap, fast, and works well.

u/Blesss · 1 pointr/buildapc

would something like this have everything i need?

u/TrickyHunterO_o · 1 pointr/pcmods

I got some random LED strip setup on Amazon for $14.99, I just connected it to a SATA power cable and it came with a remote. Pretty easy to set up. Super Bright Computer LED Strip Kit - Vibrant LED Computer Lighting LED Computer Lights - RGB Multi Color 2pcs 20inch LED Strip Light with Multi Function RF Remote for Desktop PC Computer Mid Tower

u/KacKLaPPeN23 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

You could probably wire up one of these, the picture suggests it takes 5-24V, so if you attach it to your USB power you should be good to go. Edit: these will take 5V 100%

u/draginator · 1 pointr/pcmods

So for $10 of led strip and $25 of controllers you'd be able to make 10 sets of strip kits for $35. Selling at $20 each would net $200 and then $165 after materials and probably $130 profit after shipping and magnets. You can probably get an even better deal on the rgb led strip as well to increase profits.

Overall I'd say it is a pretty good deal but I wouldn't buy it for only 1 foot of led strip. Especially not $8 for another foot. Great for people who don't want to solder and/or just want an easy kit. This however, also exists and is only $17 with prime shipping.