Most people who light up the inside of their cases use a single color that complements the most common shade on their components. If you'd instead prefer to make your computer an amazing Technicolor showcase for RGB LED technology, Corsair has just the thing for you. The company's new Lighting Node Pro kit includes four RGB LED strips and the Node Pro controller itself. This kit's headlining feature is the ability to control each strip individually.
That fine-grained control extends to both the color and animation style of the lights. The strips themselves include both adhesive and magnetic mounting hardware. Meanwhile, the controller only requires an internal USB 2.0 header to do its thing. That way, folks bereft of Aura, Mystic Light, or 5050 headers aren't left in the lurch. The Node Pro can also hook up to as many as six of Corsair's RGB LED-equipped fans, too, although those aren't included and require a separate fan hub.
The whole kit is controlled by Corsair's LINK software, and it includes the Node Pro controller, four 16" (41cm) lightstrips with 10 lights each, four extension cables for the lightstrips, two fan hub adapter cables, and the required power cable. If you've a need for multi-colored case lighting, Newegg has the Corsair Lighting Node Pro kit for $60.
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