If you guys are wondering how I made the LEDs in the computer, here is how I did it. Please don't attempt this yourself unless you have some electrical engineering skills and you know what you are doing! A multi-meter is great for checking your work as you go along. Follow these instructions at your own risk. I got a few cheap 10mm LEDs on eBay that runs between 5v to 12v with the leads already soldered to them. I also got a few fan Y-splitters. I cut off the female ends on the Y-splitters and soldered the LEDs on there. I then hooked up all the LEDs on to one of the unused fan ports on my manual fan controller.
In this vlog you will see:
- New computer parts (opening a lock with a piece of paper)
- Hooking up an internal optical disk drive via USB.
- USB powered desk lamp set up.
- USB powered fan for the summer.
- My Motorola Nexus 6 with a cracked screen and a rant about my bad luck recently.
- My new encrypted flash drive that retains the USB cap. (First time I saw something like this.)
- Powering an LED on a wireless charging pad. An overview of how Qi wireless charging works.
- My brand new Huawei Nexus 6P and a talk on how I'm not used to the slightly small screen.
- My stuffed animals I have in my room! I have a big Angry Bird pillow and Maple Story plushies.
- New pair of yoga pants.
- Adding LEDs into my desktop computer to make it look cool.
- Hooking up my Blue Yeti Microphone via USB to my Android phone.