Corsair RGB Strip Extension Cables - Extended Lengths (3', 6', 10')
Corsair RGB Strip Extension Cables - Extended Lengths (3', 6', 10')
Corsair RGB Strip Extension Cables - Extended Lengths (3', 6', 10')
Corsair RGB Strip Extension Cables - Extended Lengths (3', 6', 10')
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Corsair RGB Strip Extension Cables - Extended Lengths (3', 6', 10')

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Corsair RGB LED Strip cable - Take Your RGB Outside the Box!

This cable will give you a full 3 feet (~90cm), 6 feet (~180cm), or 10 feet (~3m) of length to connect your Lighting Channel from a Corsair Commander Pro or Lighting Node Pro to your Corsair RGB LED Strips, allowing you to kick up your entire Battle Station with iCue-controlled RGB Lighting! What's not to love about that?

We use thicker 22 AWG wire for this cable, so it has less resistance than the stock Corsair cables or our other, shorter extensions, minimizing the voltage drop across the longer run of cable. This keeps your RGBz shining bright! The cables are sleeved in black, give them a finished look and protecting the cable.

We suggest that you use the stock Corsair extension cables (or our shorter, unsleeved extensions) to get "outside the box" and then connect these to the longer PirateDog Tech extensions, allowing for a quick disconnect when you need to move your rig (because the building never stops, right?). Some cases provide exits for radiator tubing - these work well to route the cable. Or you can use a blank PCI Express cover with openings - USB-A brackets with the USB ports removed are ideal for this. Or you can just go beast mode and put your Lighting Node Pro outside your case with a separate power supply (note: only recommended for the hardcore RGB addict). Of course, if you are using the LS100, none of this is needed - these extension cables connect right to the LS100. Simple!