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stevenj

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A shot on my Lian Li PC-P80 modded the 140mm fans to white led, dunno why the saturation on my Zalman ZM-F3 red fans are so high.
Internal frame powdercoated with matte black.

I am very interested by this case but I want to know if it is a good case to hide cables ?
 
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This thread seems very quiet these days which is a shame as Lian's are truly stunning and deserve to be shown off! On that note, check out my new PC-B10. I changed from a PC-A10 as I wanted a smaller case.

Please let me know what you think :)

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love the case and the setup too, i bet it screams. what got me was the heatsinks on the gpus, that's old school!
 

cornelious0_0

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I can't wait to show you guys what I've got in design stages...gonna blow your mind! :D

Feels good to be back, new Li-Li on the way and more modding determination than ever before. :cool:
 

wra18th

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@Ames974 - That thing is just awesome. You obviously think 'outside the box'.
 

chaarlieee

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I don't know if the aluminum on the PC-V351B is the same as other Lian Li cases, but can anyone tell me if it the panels on the 351 bend easily? I'm interested in getting one, or the new 352.
 

Dark Prodigy

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Teaser of my new air-cooled workstation machine.... my 3y/o 750w Strider PSU died on me. Waiting for my new 1.2kw PSU to arrive =) Until then....




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Sobek

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I don't know if the aluminum on the PC-V351B is the same as other Lian Li cases, but can anyone tell me if it the panels on the 351 bend easily? I'm interested in getting one, or the new 352.

Which panels? The side ones. How much of a bend are you wanting? They are 1/8 in thick I think so they should bend or flex semi-easily. My watercooling loop makes my side panel bow out a tiny bit but the thumb screws (replaced the tiny screws) hold it down well enough. I'll try to get around to posting my almost entirely internal watercooled v351 this weekend. I've been putting it off for about 2 months so that I could do eyefinity with it. Just baught another LCD and am about to bid on or buy a third.


Nice setup Ames974.
 
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cyberkost

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^^ color-edited photos improve the looks (great to begin with) .. have you considered complete sleeving of all the cables?
 

yenniedn

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When are you going on vacation? You do leave the rig at home, don't you?:D:D:D

Yes, apparently he leaves it on his fence post?

I understand artsy-fartsy photography but I am confused by a high-end, high-tech computer tower sitting in the middle of the outdoors??? I guess I'm not sophisticated like that.
 
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lol ... i haven’t taken the (except for the first one) photos at home, the cheated outdoor-like pic comes from an IKEA canvas:

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... and yes, my windows are always open ;) and I’ve planned my next vacation for the middle of august (two weeks Spain and Italy ... wohoo!!!)
 

Snobility

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Greetings from Australia :cool:

My i7 920 build:

Case: Lian Li PC-B70B + Lian Li WB-01 Casters + Lian Li LED-B Lighting Kit
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-EX58-EXTREME
Cpu: Intel i7 920 D0
Heatsink: Noctua NH-D14 + NF-P12 + NF-P14
Memory: Corsair 6GB DDR3 TR3X6G1600C7
Graphics: Sapphire 4870X2
Power supply: Corsair HX-1000W
Hard drives: WD 4TB Various 7,200RPM
Dvd: Sony Optiarc AD7200SGB
Case fans: Noctua NF-P12 x2 + Noctua NF-P14 x2
Fan Controller: Scythe Kaze Master Pro

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wra18th

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Greetings from Australia :cool:

My i7 920 build:

Case: Lian Li PC-B70B + Lian Li WB-01 Casters + Lian Li LED-B Lighting Kit
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-EX58-EXTREME
Cpu: Intel i7 920 D0
Heatsink: Noctua NH-D14 + NF-P12 + NF-P14
Memory: Corsair 6GB DDR3 TR3X6G1600C7
Graphics: Sapphire 4870X2
Power supply: Corsair HX-1000W
Hard drives: WD 4TB Various 7,200RPM
Dvd: Sony Optiarc AD7200SGB
Case fans: Noctua NF-P12 x2 + Noctua NF-P14 x2
Fan Controller: Scythe Kaze Master Pro

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That is one nice case!
 

Snobility

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Thanks guys, yes I am very happy with the Scythe Kaze Master Pro would highly recommend it! Should have a 5970 in there in the next week or so, can't resist the DX11 urge lol.
 

cornelious0_0

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Some truly amazing systems getting posted up lately...can't wait to get started on my next project and finally have something new to share. :D
 

prodigee

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Figured I could ask this question here, and find out from you LiLi guys.

What should I get a PC-9F or a V1000? I love the way the V1000 looks and have wanted one for all of forever, but they cost a lot and are hard to find.
 

faugusztin

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Those are 2 completely different worlds :). V1000 is nice, but unless you get the V1010 or V1000Z, you need to do few cuts for cable management. On other side, PC-9F is more a classical type, it all depends what you want. You don't make a mistake with any of them - of course V1000 will have stronger aluminum than any of standard cases.
 

shawnoen

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No need to cut cable management holes on the PC-V1000B. In fact, I made a new mid panel for mine to ELIMINATE the stock holes! Just a couple carefull notches behind the motherboard tray is all you need...

I've seen several mint PC-V1000 series on ebay recently sell for less than $100 each.

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faugusztin

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No need to cut cable management holes on the PC-V1000B. In fact, I made a new mid panel for mine to ELIMINATE the stock holes! Just a couple carefull notches behind the motherboard tray is all you need...

Those are the holes i talk about, and because they are not here by default, you have to make them = "you need to do few cuts for cable management". :)
 

Spare-Flair

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How do you like that controller?

I think it's amazing but mostly for the fact that I like having a lot of stuff to look at and I need to control all my fans directly. I usually have my fans on manual control and hit auto when when I play games. You can set temperature maximums and when it hits those, it will automatically rap up the fan.

To make the most of it, you need to have thermistors placed in all the components you want to monitor/cool though. For me, the order goes:

1. CPU
2. GPU
3. Northbridge
4. HDD
6. Ram

and I have thermistors placed deeply into each one very close to the primary source of heat, not just taped to the outside.

My only beef is that the date/time and all the fan settings and presets are stored by a CR2032 cell battery (same as motherboard battery) that can be hard to get to if you need to replace it.
 

emax

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Lian LI PC-T7 Black



Power Led




Config :

  • Corsair HX 650
  • Intel i7 875K
  • GigaByte H55N-USB3
  • Thermalright AXP-140
  • Corsair XMS3 2X2Gb
  • Intel X25-M G2 80Gb
  • nVIDIA GTX 470
:)
 
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