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Lian Li Debuts World's First RGB Power Connector Cable

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Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd., world's leading manufacturer of aluminum chassis for enthusiasts, custom OEM/ODM case solutions and case accessories is proud to announce the world's most innovative cable extension with the Lian Li Strimer. Traditional PSU cables are either dull or look messy and becomes a challenge to builders and gamers, becoming a task to manage and keep the cables tidy. Sleeved cables have become a trend and allowed a cleaner, more stylish solution into managing and presenting cables, coupled with cable combs, they made a good option until now. Lian Li is revolutionizing the cable management game with the Strimer cable LED.

The Lian Li Strimer cable is a lighting module with integrated PSU extension cable. This makes Strimer work with every PSU for seamless integration allowing for maximum compatibility with many of the available power supplies in the market right now. Lian Li has designed a patented mounting mechanism for the Strimer so it fits securely and easily with your existing cables.



Customize it Your Way and Sync with Your Motherboard
The Lian Li Strimer Cable LED can be customized via your motherboard software via an addressable header pin. Motherboards with addressable RGB capable connection can easily control, customize and configure their Strimer lighting. It can also be controlled via the built-in program controls.

Lian Li has integrated various lighting options on the Strimer so users can freely select on any of the lighting effects. The Strimer has 10 built-in lighting options that can be selected with the built-in controls so even those without new motherboards can experience the brilliant allure of Lian Li's Strimer RGB cable.

Lian Li is pleased to receive the d&i award for the Strimer cable LED. It's a significant achievement to be recognized as one of the leaders in design and innovation and greatly shows how much Lian Li has put into the product.

Co-Developed with Der8auer
Lian Li once again teams up world-famous overclocker DER8AUER of Germany in developing the Strimer. DER8AUER has been a key developer of excellent cooling solutions as well as innovations in the enthusiast PC industry and his insights have proven vital in creating the Strimer cable LED.

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Is this it? Have we finally hit peak RGB and now the fad can die? Please?

Not yet. Seagate and WDC are yet to launch RGB hard drives.
 
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What's next, RGB thumbscrews?
 
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It's definitely in the running of most useless PC accessory ever...
 
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Yup , this is it , they have done it. They've managed to add RGB to everything , there is nothing to be done anymore this what peak technological advancement looks like.
 

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Next will be electrochromic glass panels that change color......
 

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Again; I welcome it due to its rethinking cables. Some people say useless, but lighting is not useless to alot of users. Agreed that it has to do with cosmetics 100% but like cars, speed is not everything to some entusiasts! :D
 
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:) you wrong.

look her :D RGB phone :))


Yup , this is it , they have done it. They've managed to add RGB to everything , there is nothing to be done anymore this what peak technological advancement looks like.
 
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Hmmm, you could probably FIT this buy using a a wire with a clear off sleeving and then by snaking a different color piece of El Wire down each wire...might be hard to hide the camel wire controllers though
 
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What's next, RGB thumbscrews?
Too late, they're already here -
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Hmmm, you could probably FIT this buy using a a wire with a clear off sleeving and then by snaking a different color piece of El Wire down each wire...might be hard to hide the camel wire controllers though
It might be easier to use PoF (power over fibre optic).
 
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I'm kinda surprised that we are seeing this just now. I'm pretty sure that nearly two decades ago there were some toys (don't really remember what they were, only that they were toys and that I once had one in my hands) that had like threads of optical fiber or something with RGB lighting...
 
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