Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3
Rated 5 out of 5 by audrey29 Good at what they do.
These LED's are performing well up until this moment. They don't seem as bright as they were, but that could be just my perception. They plug directly into a molex connetor, so for neat cable enthusiasts you may need an extension to be able to hide away the cables.
Overall I'm very satisfied and would recommend them.
07 September 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by PCElite Good LEDs
They do exactly what they say on the 'tin'. They glow.
These ones are blue, and it's a very nice blue in my opinion. I personally use these pair to illuminate the power-supply section of my Corsair Carbide 540, not to everyone's taste, but they do the job very well.
They're very bright if you look directly at the LED, potentially too bright, but do a nice job of illuminating whatever it is you want to make glow. (the illumination is somewhat directed).
They don't come with anything to mount them, so I just cable-tie them to wires/fixtures which works for me. You get two LEDs attached to the same 4-pin Molex Cable, the wires are about 30cm long and are black and red (on the ones I got). Also there is no male Molex extender so these occupy the Molex without allowing something else to be connected.
For the price, they're excellent.
I'm a fan of 'glowy' computers so I recommend these if you want glowies for a really good price. :3
21 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by ScribalMyth ...plug them in and they light up...
Not really all that much to get excited about here. Two LEDs mounted onto to a cable with a 4pin power attachment. Phobya have designed the cable well, with a generous length and split at the LED end, you can get these pretty much anywhere you want in your case.
Illumination-wise they light up when you plug them in and turn on the power and they are bright enough to be seen through the case window/fan grill/ wherever else you were going to put them.
Thats pretty much all you can say about these.
Oh yeah, the cable isn't braided, but for the price I never expected it to be.
That is all.
14 May 2014