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Lian Li launches the V2 version of its Striper Plus RGB lighting cables

lian-li announced an upgraded version of its extension cables with built-in ARGB LED lighting, we’re talking about the Lian Li Striper Plus V2where improvements come through supply greater lighting brightness, improved flexibility, increased support for GPU-side isolated connectors, and the introduction of native software control and customization of each light channel independently. Come on, the Ferrari of RGB cables.

As a good Ferrari this translates to a high price so the 8 pin cable to power the GPU is expensive $49.99 (300 mm), with triple 8-pin connector goes to $59.99 (300 mm), while the ATX connector for the motherboard costs $69.99 (200m).

Lian Li Striper Plus V2

Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of PC chassis and accessories, announces its new series of ARGB extension cables with the STRIMER PLUS V2. Available for 24-pin motherboard, 8-pin GPU (2x 6+2 pin) and triple 8-pin GPU (3x 6+2 pin) connectors, the STRIMER PLUS V2 offers higher brightness with a new side light diffuser, more flexibility with silicone-sheathed power cables, increased support for GPU-side isolated connectors, and the introduction of native software control and customization of independent light channels with L-Connect 3.

Along each side of the RGB portion of the STRIMER PLUS V2 are two strips of light diffusion strips, allowing light effects to shine in multiple directions and fill the PC with brilliant RGB. Additionally, the 2.1mm wide upper diffusion bands allow for smooth light distribution and maximum brightness. The extension cable portion of the STRIMER PLUS V2 is arranged in a single flat row, making the overall thickness thinner than ever at 8mm (previously 11mm). Plus, each 18-gauge power wire is wrapped in durable silicone. The combination of the new material and the single row of power cord makes the STRIMER PLUS V2 more flexible for tighter turns, and thinner and easier to pull through tight eyelets.

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