New Plextor SSDs And An 'Overwatch' Tournament At Computex 2017

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AgentLozen

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I've been seeing a trend on Tomshardware regarding the mention of LEDs on hard drives. I think the Computex roundup article bears mention of LED lighting for example.

I'm saying this because I hate glowing things inside of my PC and I hate the notion that glowing adds value. I bought an MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Gaming 8G a few months ago and when I saw the big lightbulb attached to it I rolled my eyes sooooo hard I could see my brain.

I wish they would stop building products made to impress 12 year olds.
 

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I'm with you on that front. I do have to say the LEDs on the motherboards make it so I don't have to turn the lights on in the server room anymore. At first I didn't like it but your system can be shut down but the lights stay on. It makes it really easy to swap M.2 SSDs in the rack.

If I used desktop PCs with them on my desk it would be annoying BUT most utilities allow you to turn the feature off. As long as it doesn't add more than a couple of dollars to the product then I'm fine with it.
 
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