I see so much people with pictures of their case with all of these LEDS, and I wanted to know how they power it. And, I guess it is from the PSU. But it doesnt look that simple as a battery where you just add a resistor and LED, and it works...
How do I do this with the PSU, and with what volt rail?
I think this is very dangerous if you're not a professional !
you will need a lot of time for mounting it, if you make a mistake and broke up the component PSU and then .... you'll be sorry.
you do not know which one current would you take, the LED that you show in the picture: the standard is 3.5V, while the rail PSU is 12v, 5v and 3.3v ... the easiest is that you take the 12v (yellow) that have the greatest Ampere and need Resistor 100 ohm - 560ohm.
yea I figured it would be really dangerous and complicated.
But, I though it might be easy cuz I seen a lot of pictures with mods where the whole inside is lighted up, and I wanted to know how they do that.
I am sorta good with electronics and stuff like that(I make some awesome things from stuff in radioshack parts drawer-its a little side business to help with the money issue for stuff, haha) , But I will not call myself anything close to a professional.
Thanks for the help!
Do you know how they put like 100 of LEDS in their case?