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NZXT Guardian Mid-Tower Case Review

Posted on Sunday, March 21 2004 @ 14:03:26 CET by LSDsmurf


The section of plastic with the signature and NZXT's logo can be taken off by removing the four screws that hold it in place. Behind it there are wires running to the red LED that illuminates the crystal shaped plastic on the top portion of the door as the HDD activity light. There are additional wires to power the PCB which controls the Guardians Blue "Fade Motion" LED. A closer look at the PCB board which controls the "Fade Motion" LED reveals a white connector which could possibly be used in future revisions to add an additional control unit which could possibly adjust the timings or LED patterns



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