I’ll be the first to admit that the entire RGB scene has just been crazy, anything and everything you can think of now has it. It's not for everyone and for some of the people who don’t like it, it can even lead to an angry response. Three years ago, I wrote an article on the topic of why RGB can still be useful even if the idea of that rainbow look isn’t your thing. Last year Lian Li came out with one of the most outrageous RGB products with their Strimer RGB cable extensions and this year they have upped the ante by upgrading them with addressable lighting with a lot more effects. Today I’m going to check them out and see what they are all about and try to figure out if they should only be used on the craziest RGB builds or if maybe you can use them as an accent in a “normal” build.

Product Name: Lian Li Strimer Plus

Review Sample Provided by: Lian Li

Written by: Wes Compton

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Strimer Plus 24 Pin Specifications

Dimensions

273mm (L) x 87mm (D) x 43 mm (H)

Material

Silicone/PVC

Cable

200mm

Gauge

18AWG

Number of LEDs

120

Includes

Extension, Controller, and cable to connect to motherboard 3 pin addressable header

Strimer Plus 8 Pin Specifications

Dimensions

364mm (L) x 85mm (D) x 34 mm (H)

Material

Silicone/PVC

Cable

300mm

Gauge

18AWG

Number of LEDs

108

Includes

Extension and cable to connect to motherboard 3 pin addressable header

 

 

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