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    (>Zero Cool<)'s Avatar he is Spartacus!
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    Hi, wondered if anyone could help or give me some advice. It&#39;s probably quite a simple question but I freely admit I ain&#39;t got a clue.

    I am thinking on getting a new case for my pc and I also fancy getting some lights and stuff to brighten it up a bit, so I kinda have two or so questions.

    1) are new cases easy to fit and am I likely to come across any problems?

    2) are fitting the lights, strips, fans etc easy to do and do they need any special equipment and do they need a seperate power source

    Thanks in advance for any help you can give me

    Thanks

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    the new cases are easy to work with and if ur having space problems in ur room or somethin u could get one of those small box ones but they are harder to work with. for the second question i dont think u need extra power sources because those neon lights connect to any extra connectors that come from ur power source but i suggest u get like a 400 watt supply cuz ur going to be adding extra stuff which eats up alot of power.

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    (>Zero Cool<)'s Avatar he is Spartacus!
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    Thanks for the advice Mr Tightlips.

    Much appreciated

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    remember if you buy a new case you&#39;re gonna have to move everything from your current one to the new one.

    if you do, remember to take pitcures/draw sketches of current setup i.e. where certain cables go

    also, remember to mount the motherboard so it&#39;s not in contact with your case. that could be disastrous if you forget...

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    yup, be really careful that your motherboard is seated on the poking up chassis parts, with them poking through the golden coloured holes, otherwise you could fry it...

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