Inserting lights in the computer case

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I am envious of some of my friends who got cool computer cases. They got lights in them that glow upon a press of a button. I also want the same. I only got a few stickers on my computer case. Mine looks juvenile. Will the lights affect my computer’s temperature and cause it to overheat?

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Inserting lights in the computer case

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It is easy to install neon lights that make the computer case look more appealing. First, turn off the power and remove the plug of the computer. Open the light kit and also open the CPU case. Figure out where you want the light tubes to be places. Decide where you should put the switches too. The inverter has to be connected to a power supply as well. The lighting devices may be installed with the use of a tape. After that, you can replace the CPU case, plug on the computer and power it on to test if the peripheral lights added are working properly. Remember to consider the style of your computer case before designing on the style of the lights. They are readily available in hardware and computer shops for a small amount.

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