First thing I want to do is to sleeve the cables in alternating IR reactive orange/black. Then I want to add water cooling and sound reactive lighting. I'm thinking I'll put IR yellow dye in the loop and then orange, red and green sound reactive lighting.
One why is your psu glowing. Screw IR just get normal dye and cable selves and just get good LEDs. Really doesn't help much unless you want to spray IR dots onto your stuff and have a different IR strip for those.
Is that the inwin just frame? That thing is more open than a hooker's legs near a 100 bucks... First i suggest finding a case that actually have some walls, because this one does not. Then I will suggest building non UV and using white, repeat white light. Orange light will make everything look orange. While the white light... Black is black, orange is orange. Colors pop up better...
That is one of the reasons why I got it. Massive air flow! I want to do IR lighting because of the glass side panels. They are "close to clear" when light is coming from the inside and a mirror when there is no internal light and it's bright in the room. I want the internal lights to go from off to 100% to off in 10 second cycles. Mirror ---> Fade to internals ---> fade to Mirror.
So that looks pretty opaque so no need to dye the fluid. I would get White LEDs and a UV LED. have orange cables and fans and what not. and have the White LED on while the UV is off and then fade between them. might need to set up a circuit for that tho. Not sure how well you can do that on your motherboard.
Also. because of the nature of glass.... When you layer colors over colors and repeat you create depth. I see the color of the factory case lights as "Amber a little closer to orange." So if the dye is yellow (a very light color" I have yellow when I leave the glass clear and different colors and added depth when I put colors on top.