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  • 18 months ago
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I personally like the dark tint more. But it depends. Maybe you want to see everything if you have a very nice motherboard and cable management. It depends on how you highlight stuff. I had a small form factor gpu that i didnt want to swap. Its not that visible with the tint but looks stupid in a clear case.

Its all pretty much the same. The front lit up with 3 fans is quite satisfactory with its mesh. The LL fans will give that pattern even more character

  • 18 months ago
  • 1 point

I think the tint will look good too when I get more rgb components. I will have nice gpu cables and using all rgb components in white. So light everything up cleanly; however, in a clear window case I had before it was glaringly bright so maybe the tint is best. Thanks for help

  • 18 months ago
  • 1 point

White is hard to match on rgb components. I tried and just had every component in a different shade

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