Abit IC7-Max 3

krotch

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Anyone know how to get rid of those stupid green leds? I was going to throw some electrical tape on top of them, but I'd prefer it if they simply weren't there.
 

MAXX RS4

Limp Gawd
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You could probably just unsolder them. Don't take my word for it though, I'm a pretty stupid guy.

At first when I found out that they were green i was sort of put off.. Then, after it was running with my Zalman 7000Cu flower, it looks pretty awesome glowing through the copper slices.. Almost like a nuclear reactor or something..
 

krotch

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Well, I'm using a blue swiftech waterblock, have multiple blue LED fans, 2 blue cold cathodes, 2 blue UV cold cathodes, UV reactive water dye, my cable sleeving is blue, the reservoir is UV reactive blue, blue waterpump, blue video card, and my ram stick is blue.

Green just doesn't fit into the mix.
 

KillerB

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I don't think I would just want to unsolder them. They maybe completeing a part of a more critical power circuit.
Maybe try dabbing some black paint, fingernail polish or something over them?
 
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Unsolder them and then bridge the pads with a little extra solder. You won't even be able to notice they have been removed.
 
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