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Old 26th July 2005, 06:15   #1
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Default Logisys Dual CCFL 120mm Fan & 15" Sound Sensitive CCFL

15" Sound Sensitive Cold Cathode:
The controller for the cathode is encased in translucent plastic, and has two outputs so you can run a pair of lights off the same unit. The smaller vent to the left is actually the microphone, and the larger one on the right is a vent to expel heat. When the light is active a Blue LED turns on, and believe me, the Blue LED is bright. I find it surprising they used a method this bright to show the unit is activated because the LED would actually interfere with the color coming form the cold cathode. If they are going to use a bright LED, they should have at least ensured that the color matches the light.

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Dual CCFL 120mm Fan/Grill:
Logisys uses a clear fan chassis with a concave bolt-on adapter that contains a center cold cathode and another that runs around the outside. If you use this setup, you will want to ensure that you have plenty of clearance since the whole apparatus is 41.27mm thick (about 1 and 5/8th inch). That's pretty thick and may not fit between the drive cage and front bezel on some cases. The nice thing about it being removable is that you can switch the lights around so that you can use it as an intake or exhaust fan while keeping the lights shining towards the inside of the case. Hell, if you wanted you could even switch it to another fan with better specs.

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