For the $49.50 Australian (roughly $25 US) you pay for one of these lovely kits from PC Case Gear, I would have to say it would be a worthy investment for case modders who don't already have neon lighting for their case, or maybe even the type of user who wants to bring the night club to their home, as I did.
I realize not everyone will opt to put the light on top of their monitors, but it was only something I did to show how powerful and effective the light really is, but it does look cool all the same.
With all the features and quality of the kit considered, the latest PC Case Gear Cold Cathode Light kit is the most impressive neon light kit I have ever used, and the price tag is affordable as well. If you have not yet considered case modding, why not give it a go and there is no better place to start than our Case Modding Madness forum - I've only shown you the tip of the iceberg in this review and if companies like PC Case Gear keep releasing quality products like this, you'd be missing out if you don't join in on all the fun!
High light output
Does not increase case temperature
Rating - 9.5/10 and TweakTown's Editors Choice Award
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