The power of excess, Lian Li's Strimer RGB power cables
Subject: General Tech | August 21, 2018 - 02:14 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Lian Li, strimer, RGB
The Lian Li Strimer is a extension for your 24 pin ATX power cable, 200 mm in length or roughly 7.8" long. There are two parts to the cable, the white one transfers the power while the clear RGB cable attaches to the top of the white with clips. It also ships with a controller, which you can use if your motherboard lacks a 3-pin RGB header; rare to find these days. If you need a rainbow bridge in your system to take your RGB addiction to new levels this might be worth picking up. The Guru of 3D shows you exactly what this power cable can do here.
"Lian Li release the Strimer, a simple enough ATX power cable extension, that offers a layer of RGB. The looks are daunting, special and do make your PC look like something else. Yes, illuminate that ATX cable harness."
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