The Lian Li Gallery

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Alexia, Jan 1, 2004.

  1. reb00tin

    reb00tin Gawd

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    That red inspired me, so here's some more.

    This is my Q11, i7-6700, no plumbing, two photos, front view and guttyworks. My Q33 is here, and A17 is several pages back.


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  2. reb00tin

    reb00tin Gawd

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    And the last one, a Q07 with i5-6500, an HTPC for the living room. A TV replacement operated by remote control, idles at 15W at the wall. It's tucked behind the screen so you can barely see it, only access is for the power button & USB3 ports. Just like the Q03 and Q11 above, it's a Linux machine for getting things done, so no bling, no plumbing, no overclocking, no gaming.


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  3. M3Roc

    M3Roc Limp Gawd

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    Just my humble PC-Q38. I love Lian Li more than any other case manufacturer, they are the best in my opinion.

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  4. Eddie666

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  6. Comenius

    Comenius Limp Gawd

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  7. ViperARG

    ViperARG n00b

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    hi guys
    im from argentina,big fan of Lian Li cases
    i have a saying that is like "once you have a lian li, you don´t go back to anything else"

    i still remember the first lianli i saw when i was a kid, it has a PC60 case with the aquarium side panel. I fell in love for that pc case. Only saw it once, i wish i could find it again but its impossible here.
    In my country lian li is not common, because they are the most expensive, limited quantity.


    i have a A05AFN, that i modded a side panel with a CNC cut, and i ordered a laser cut acrilic with holes. ( i know lianli sells the side panel but again, here in argentina its impossible to get, so i modded it)

    another thing i want to do is to cut and put some grommets for cable management, but again here i only find circle grommets and not the kind of the PC case grommets for power supply cables.

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  8. THUMPer

    THUMPer 2[H]4U

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    Wow that is a really clean cut. I assume you had a laser or water jet to make the cut? Are you sure you didn't just buy one? :ROFLMAO:
     
  9. ViperARG

    ViperARG n00b

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    Hi!,

    i took the side panel to a person that had a cnc cutting machine huge very similar to this one http://productioncanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/CNC-Machine-1200x900.jpg
    he did an amazing job, the machine took like 10 minutes to cut, did it in very small millimeter increments and he sent a lot of oil while it was cutting.

    the result was amazing like it was done by lianli.

    after that i used a permanent black marker on the edge to make it black.

    The acrilic is also amazing because i took the diagram to a guy who does laser acrylic cuts and looks fantastic.
     
  10. rsquared

    rsquared Limp Gawd

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    Before I post my new build I should post the old one that I just retired.

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    Lian-Li PC-O5SX, with some minor mods. "Vandal resistant" red-LED power button. Cutout on mobo tray so the underside M.2 drive could have a heatsink on it:

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    The 140mm fan on the back panel blew right on here, so my NVMe drive definitely stayed cool.

    Power-plug connector and switch on the back like Lian-Li should've done in the first place:

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    I thought having to feed a cable through a hole in the case was pretty stupid, so I bought this thing for like $2 and cut out the passthrough holes.
     
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  11. reaper7534!

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    No 011 Dynamics ? I just finished mine, but my bends are so bad I can't put pics up, LOL.
     
  12. rsquared

    rsquared Limp Gawd

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    No, no O11 Dynamic. The new build is in a PC-O10, the last new one in North America it seemed. Made minor mods again: drilled a hole in the top-fans mounting plate, and enlarged the rectangular top opening somewhat, so that the fill port in the top-mounted EK Predator 240 is still accessible while it's mounted. Made it far, far easier to fill and bleed, and the O10's top cover plate hides it in normal usage.

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    I think it looks best with white lighting, to match the black-and-white theme of the motherboard. But everything is plugged into the same RGB headers, so I can easily switch it to red for tradition's sake. After decades of doing red-and-black builds I can't just quit cold turkey.

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    Everything except the Intel 905p that is. To change colors on that requires a command-line command, and it's RGB in a very literal sense—it can be red, or green, or blue, or off, and that's it.
     
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