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  1. Texture wise they are a tad rougher when new which I did like more at first but now they feel as smooth as stock keycaps already which doesn't bother me either. The only ones I can still feel rougher are ones I never use like scrollock, printscreen, etc. But it's only ROUGHER mind you. It's not rough. They're weren't all that rough to begin with. In my original pic it's just catching the light and makes them look rougher then they actually are. This is them today. I tried to catch them in a better light with the stock space bar this time. And I really don't do all that much typing for them to
  2. Thanks dmx looks interesting but it so expensive. It's more for like professional settings for DJs and the like.
  3. I had already found similar. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RDKRW5T/ref=sspa_dk_detail_1?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B07RDKRW5T&pd_rd_w=3Zdcz&pf_rd_p=91afecf5-8b2e-41e2-9f11-dc6992c6eaa1&pd_rd_wg=VWBMq&pf_rd_r=WC056TTG1NCKDGRSGWCG&pd_rd_r=0d42624f-d854-4f67-8a3d-d0568d57d762&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzOTFGQlBZQUMyOE81JmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwNTEwODAxM0ZGN0ZDRlg2REFLRSZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwODk1Mjg5MTVNVDhaSVZKWFRaNyZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX2RldGFpbCZhY3Rpb249Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU= But it specifically says "Each channel can control the same quantity of LED pixe
  4. Before when it was 60 LED it only had the PSU sata cable's 4.5 amps limits. The LS100 system uses a wall plug for power. So they probably just didn't bother to let you be able to program more then you should be able to use to begin with? IDK. Just guessing.
  5. I've tried to run past the normal amount ICUE could address before though. Power wasn't the issue. IE when they use to only allow 60 LED when selecting normal LED strips and I tried to run more only 60 would light. Then when ICUE had the LS100 system added that now lets you address 132 LED I could light that many still using the same power source. These WS2812B are actually the ones I used in both sets of towers. 100 per meter in the taller and 144 per meter in the smaller towers. https://www.amazon.com/BTF-LIGHTING-Flexible-Individually-Addressable-Non-waterproof/dp/B01CDTEJBG
  6. I've done several different projects like making my own versions of the LT100 towers and adding LED to lava lamps. All ICUE controlled. Now I want to see if I can mange to control a really long reel of LED with ICUE to put in corner channels similar to what I used for the towers around my room. I remember coming across a thread on reddit a while back and a user talked about something like a data repeater? I can't remember exactly and stupidly didn't save the thread, but he had an actual diagram. But now I can't find it and I'm having trouble finding something that would wor
  7. I knew those keys would take extensive modding so I left well enough alone. Kudos on the attempt though. How are you liking Ghub? I'm hating it. Major step backwards compared to LGS. Only had mine since November and I've already had to reinstall it 3 times and I've had to use my settings.json backup another 3 times. The first reinstall cost me a complex lighting animation I spent hours making. lol I was sooo pissed. If you haven't read to do this you should backup your settings.json file so that doesn't happen to you. It has the profiles, animations you've made or DL, macros, and what have you
  8. Great. It's hard to have bad airflow with that many fan placement options. I've changed my setup since I wrote this. I'm still using the glass front instead of the mesh but I've changed the front 3 to Corsair LL and the bottom 120 is now a sensor panel. The 4 glass side 120 are LL. 2 Bottom PSU shroud are QL. Bottom middle 120 still Noctua. All intakes. Top 3 still Noctua 140. Rear 120 LL. AIO on back panel side now in push pull with 2 Noctua and a 120 Noctua under it. All exhaust. I switched out the fans because several of my Phantek fan frame blue LED burned out already. Phant
  9. Oh for god's sake... I'm not controlling the lava. It was a JOKE. It's just a simple ICUE controlled LED mod for lava lamps. Are you serious with this? You're the one being ridiculous because you can't seem to understand SIMPLE satire. And I didn't insult you. You obviously needed to look up those words. I mean CLEARLY since you've now gone on to double down with all that. lol Up in here explaining to me how lava lamps work... As If I didn't just dump one out and redo almost LITERALLY 2 gallons worth of one. Did you even read any of my reddit thread? Oh and BTW you're talking out where th
  10. "Nothing can control lava lamps" lol Bruh. I want you to go ahead and look up a couple of words for me. Literal. Satire. Yes. That's why you need to shield them from the majority of the heat and use LED with a PCB that handle higher then standard PC world heat. But obviously it can be done. Because I just did it and so did others. I explained it all in my mini novel. You know they make LED to go in car's headlights that get really hot too, right? In fact that's one of these rings primary uses.
  11. Look ma! I made something!!!! These are both run to a lighting node pro mounted under my desk which is being powered off a 650w PSU from an old PC. As soon as I get around to yanking all the LED rings I put in the middle of the grande, I'll make some neat modes in ICUE. I already tried some like color wave and it looks awesome until they hit the middle rings, never should have added those but oh well seemed like a good idea at the time. I wrote a how to with all avaible instructions, a short vid showing them off, and everything I bought to do the mod here on reddit. https://www.reddit.com/r/
  12. I've since had to pull a couple and sand a bit more off them, but once done right there should be no problem with them staying on. But I also sanded down the plus symbol in the middle, yours is still there. You want it to sit as flat as possible so sand that off and it won't be able to easily rock off one side or the other. And you want the posts sanded to as close to a 90 degree right angle as you can manage with where the plus symbol is, which will also help it stay flat and stuck on. It really helped that the bit I was using has a flat end so it was able to take the plus off really easily a
  13. Thanks. This is my third PC but the first one I built myself so I wanted to go all out on the setup.
  14. lol The same thing anything sparkly is for. It's fun to look at. Why do you think humans have lusted after gold since like forever ago? Thanks I only have the most basic wood working tools and already had a sheet of acrylic. But I did consider wood. That would have been the next step if the acrylic didn't work out. I needed to do things like not only mount the channel but also run the wiring. An empty box is much easier to do that with than a block of wood. lol No, I said I didn't have that option to have it made for me. I said "but if I was able to have my own