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Hi there, I have UV reactive parts in my case and was wondering what I need to make them react.

I have these UV parts...

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=17430

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=17655

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=11744

I want the all to react to a blue LED or CCFL lighting.

Please tell me what would be the best one out of these two lists that is BLUE.

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=209_5

And this.

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=209_111

Thanks :D
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  1. Anyone?

    Thanks!
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  4. Instead of posting the same thing 3 times in a row, wait. I've had cases where I needed to wait not for an hour, not even a day, but over a week before I got an answer (I'm still waiting on the one on disabling overlay for my TV tuner).

    As to your question, this is not an area of my expertise so I can't help you much. If you absolutely cannot decide between something, just flip a coin or roll a die and let probability and random chance decide for you.
  5. ulillillia said:
    Instead of posting the same thing 3 times in a row, wait. I've had cases where I needed to wait not for an hour, not even a day, but over a week before I got an answer (I'm still waiting on the one on disabling overlay for my TV tuner).

    As to your question, this is not an area of my expertise so I can't help you much. If you absolutely cannot decide between something, just flip a coin or roll a die and let probability and random chance decide for you.

    Sorry, laptop spazed out. Ill fix the messages. It said that Toms hardware was not available so i tried to reload the page.

    Sorry for accidental spamming.
  6. Will this activate the reactive UV in my case?

    http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=14865

    Thanks!
  7. Or will this activate my UV products in my case?

    http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=209_111&products_id=17595

    Thanks, again.
  8. Please answer!

    Shaq.
  9. Are these blue or purple?
  10. Do you ask other kids to do your homework for you?
  11. DelroyMonjo said:
    Do you ask other kids to do your homework for you?

    No? I am just asking a question since I can't really tell and haven't had experience with water cooling and UV before.

    Thanks for answering my question :sweat:
  12. Look at the freakin! LINK! What color do they look like to you?
    They will flouresce on whatever color reflects that particular UV wavelength.
  13. So in my case, it will be blue and so will my parts?

    Sorry, i'm new to this.
  14. How to have a conversation with somebody:

    1) You ask somebody a question
    2) You stop talking
    3) You wait for person to answer
    4) They start talking and tell you something that is hopefully helpful
    5) They stop talking
    6) They wait for you to talk again
    7) etc

    Just sayin.
  15. I'm done talking...
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    appleshaq said:
    I have these UV parts...
    I want the all to react to a blue LED or CCFL lighting.
    Not going to happen to LED or CCFL.
    UV parts need UV lighting. UV lighting is not Blue, Red, or Green, etc. It's UV- ultra violet.
    It will 'react' in the color of the UV part. UV green part will react green with UV light. UV yellow part will react yellow with UV light. UV blue part will react blue with UV light.
    Notice how all the UV lights don't list another color (like blue)? Get a UV light.

    Koolance Fluorescent Blue Liquid Coolant is not UV reactant. Why did you choose this over a UV liquid coolant?
  17. Koolance Fluorescent Blue Liquid Coolant 700mL
    Koolance blue, high performance, non-toxic liquid coolant.

    Koolance Fluorescent Pink Liquid Coolant 700mL
    Koolance Liquid Coolant Bottle, Fluorescent Pink, High Performance, UV reactive, non-toxic liquid coolant.
  18. WR2 said:
    Not going to happen to LED or CCFL.
    UV parts need UV lighting. UV lighting is not Blue, Red, or Green, etc. It's UV- ultra violet.
    It will 'react' in the color of the UV part. UV green part will react green with UV light. UV yellow part will react yellow with UV light. UV blue part will react blue with UV light.
    Notice how all the UV lights don't list another color (like blue)? Get a UV light.

    Koolance Fluorescent Blue Liquid Coolant is not UV reactant. Why did you choose this over a UV liquid coolant?

    Thank you so much for giving me a decent answer and explaining it all to me :)

    I'm going to give you best answer ;)
    WR2 said:
    Koolance Fluorescent Blue Liquid Coolant 700mL
    Koolance blue, high performance, non-toxic liquid coolant.

    Koolance Fluorescent Pink Liquid Coolant 700mL
    Koolance Liquid Coolant Bottle, Fluorescent Pink, High Performance, UV reactive, non-toxic liquid coolant.


    Anonymous said:

    Thanks for the links and further explaining it to me, if you came a bit earlier I would have given best answer for you.

    Its nice to know there a good people on Tom's.
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