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Old 07-12-2006, 10:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Yeah, I'm going to start getting some internal mods when my birthday comes, so I have a few questions.

My biggest question is: Is any blue CC UV blue? Will like blue UV reactive items light up with just a blue CC? Or does the CC have to be "UV blue"?

Two: is Logisys a good company? I read a review on Newegg that said they were cheap lights, but everywhere I look, Logisys has tons of stuff, that looks pretty sweet. Good or no?

I guess that's it for now.



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theres some cc that are switch between uv and blue, but i dont think that if its blue its necessarily uv. logisys is an aight company, i just think theyre horribly generic and copy everyone else with worse products
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