Conclusion What more can I say about this splendid product? PCMods.com have created what I think is one of the best and most impressive neon light kits for PC cases, which I have ever seen or used. Just add one of these babies to your case and it will instantly give you bragging privileges at the next LAN party you attend - Forget bragging, you won't need to, people will hover around your case drooling. I was suitable impressed with every aspect of this kit, ranging from the brightness of the neon light to it's low heat output. I am now using this blue neon light in my personal case, it isn't only lighting up my case but it's also lighting up everything under my desk, which isn't a bad effect either. I have no reason not to recommend this PCMods.com neon light kit to anyone. What makes these kits even better is it's price, they aren't overly expensive at AU$65 and AU$79 for both 10" and 15" size models respectively. Congratulations head out to PCMods and PC Case Gear for a top quality product, these neon light kits are wonderful and easy on the pocket! Rating - 9.5 / 10 and TweakTown's Editors Choice Award!
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