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  • 77 months ago
  • -1 points

No, there was not. I know what I'm doing and am one hundred percent sure they were fully connected. They were working fine for a few hours then the blue stopped responding upon starting up my system next morning, red and green worked fine for awhile, then returned it all together.

No problems with Bitfenix connects and my tiny 30mm strip lights up the case more than the NZXT hue did, laughable.

Believe what you want but after so many problems with NZXT products the hue was the last straw for me.

  • 77 months ago
  • 1 point

I wasn't blaming you when I said there was a loose connection, I was saying that in the wires and soldering there was probably something loose. I only say that because LEDs have really long lifespans.

I've had a NZXT Hue running in my system for 8 hours a day for the past year and nothing has stopped working... You just had one of the inconsistencies.

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