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BitFenix Alchemy 2.0 RGB LED Strips

Manufacturer: BitFenix Co. Ltd.
Product Name: Alchemy 2.0 Magnetic RGB LED
Model Number: BFA-RGB-30MK 15C-RP and BFA-RGB-30MK 15N-RP
UPC: 886027015087 and 886027015070
Price As Tested: $24.99 (Newegg) and $32.63 (Newegg)

Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this article has been provided by BitFenix.

Our friends at BitFenix were kind enough to send us a few of their Alchemy 2.0 magnetic RGB LED strips to add to our build. There are two variants; one with an LED strip and ASUS Aura SYNC RGB SSD Chroma controller, the other with just the LED strip. These products are certified by ASUS Aura and are compatible with ASUS Aura motherboards. The one with the controller is good for computer systems without RGB capable motherboards. It also comes with a switch to quickly switch between different colors and lighting effects. The one with just the LED strip is ideal for computer systems with RGB capable motherboards.

Features & Specifications

Available LED Colors with Chroma box Red, Blue, Green, Purple, Yellow, White, NV Green
Magnets Black Sintered NdFeB Permanent Magnets
LED Type 5050 TriBright™ SMD
Lumen 60
Color Rendering Index ~80
Angle 120°
Voltage (v) 12
Flex PCB Quality 1oz copper
Protective cover High-Clarity Polyurethane
Power Cable Length 50cm – 20″ – daisy-chainable
LED Strip Width 10mm – 0.4″
LED Strip Thickness 2mm – 0.08″
Alchemy 2.0 Magnetic RGB LED Strip – 30cm
LEDs 15
Magnets 6
Wattage (W) 3.6
Alchemy 2.0 Magnetic RGB LED Strip – 60cm
LEDs 30
Magnets 12
Wattage (W) 7.2

Quick Look

Both products come with a 30cm RGB LED strip, a daisy chain cable, and a controller cable. The product with the controller comes with the controller itself, a toggle switch, and an additional cable to connect the controller to the switch.

The LED strip, toggle switch, and controller are all magnetic. They will stick onto any metal surface allowing you to reuse them over and over again. The controller does have a standard 4-pin Molex port for power.

Let’s put these RGB strips to use in our system build section on the next page.


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