Thursday, September 12th 2019

Phanteks Unveils the NEON Flexible Digital-LED Strips

Phanteks announced today the arrival of the new Neon Digital-RGB LED strips. The Neon Digital-RGB LED will come in three different options, M1 with 1x 1-meter LED strip, M5 with 1x 550 mm LED strips, and a combo kit that includes 2x 400 mm LED strip with motherboard adapter and extension cable.

All Neon Digital-RGB LED strips features an ultra-flexible silicone cover for durability and high-quality LEDs with a full-color range that creates a smooth and stable illumination effect throughout the LED strip. Easy to install with many mounting positions to get the perfect lighting on your hardware.
Pricing and Availability
  • Neon Digital-RGB LED Strip 1 M: $21.99
  • Neon Digital-RGB LED Strip 550 mm: $14.99
  • Neon Digital-RGB LED Strip Combo Kit: $19.99
  • Availability September 2019
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15 Comments on Phanteks Unveils the NEON Flexible Digital-LED Strips

#1
bogami
5 m RGB for that money with controller and remote control, I can print extra parts, and more beautiful !
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#2
Turmania
For rgb fans, this might be the product of the year for them.
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#4
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Im not a huge RGB but i can tell you why i want something like this....




I hope they do coloured non RGB strips because I would rather pay less for just one colour to funk up my PC then pay the RGB Premium for that specific feature i dont even need....
Just give me a White, Red or Blue single colour strip and im golden.

My balls are insanely tickled right now.
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#5
Chloe Price
Wow, not a bad price, I suppose these work with the most common motherboards which supports RGB?
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#6
Totally
Chloe Price, post: 4115480, member: 123719"
Wow, not a bad price, I suppose these work with the most common motherboards which supports RGB?
Mobo needs to have an ARGB header(3 pin, +5v), plugging into a simple rgb header(4pin, +12v) will kill the leds
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AnarchoPrimitiv
FreedomEclipse, post: 4115471, member: 38411"
Im not a huge RGB but i can tell you why i want something like this....




I hope they do coloured non RGB strips because I would rather pay less for just one colour to funk up my PC then pay the RGB Premium for that specific feature i dont even need....
Just give me a White, Red or Blue single colour strip and im golden.

My balls are insanely tickled right now.
Just go buy El wire.

And these flexible neon leds have already been around for years, I used them in a build over a year ago, just go on aliexpress and look up flexible rgb led. I literally just bought 3 meters of fully addressable flexible neon with a power supply and a controller to wire up a friend's computer room for about $30. And they have it with all different addressable ICs and down to diameters of 5mm-8mm

It's crazy to me how these PC brands take products that have been out for years, more than double the price, and then add proprietary connectors to lock you into an eco system, and the PC community thinks it's revolutionary....


Here's some of the 8mm diameter I have


Chloe Price, post: 4115480, member: 123719"
Wow, not a bad price, I suppose these work with the most common motherboards which supports RGB?
Actually, it's a terrible price when. You consider that you can buy the very same product without phanteks branding for a third of the price
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#8
Totally
AnarchoPrimitiv, post: 4115499, member: 168101"
Just go buy El wire.

And these flexible neon leds have already been around for years, I used them in a build over a year ago, just go on aliexpress and look up flexible rgb led. I literally just bought 3 meters of fully addressable flexible neon with a power supply and a controller to wire up a friend's computer room for about $30. And they have it with all different addressable ICs and down to diameters of 5mm-8mm

It's crazy to me how these PC brands take products that have been out for years, more than double the price, and then add proprietary connectors to lock you into an eco system, and the PC community thinks it's revolutionary....


Here's some of the 8mm diameter I have



Actually, it's a terrible price when. You consider that you can buy the very same product without phanteks branding for a third of the price
They same thing goes for $17/m on aliexpress and it's unterminated, so 19.99 isn't that bad.
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#10
CheapMeat
This is why I love Phanteks! Looks good with great diffusion, simple and even the curved tracks are a good idea. There are LED strips already for sure but this looks well made.
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#11
Teiji
This is super cool. Might get one of these for my next build next year.
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#12
Chomiq
$20? That's not bad considering you don't have to DIY anything. I'd probably switch it to single color anyway.
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#13
Mussels
Moderprator
I'm impressed, that looks a lot better than my current RGB strips of BLINDING DEATH RAYS RIGHT INTO YOUR EYEBALLS
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#14
KLMR
How about a regular RGB strip, a U-guide and some hot melt glue? (not 100% transparent)?

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#15
Chloe Price
Totally, post: 4115497, member: 90126"
Mobo needs to have an ARGB header(3 pin, +5v), plugging into a simple rgb header(4pin, +12v) will kill the leds
Damn, my MSI X470 board has those 4pin 12V headers.
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