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  1. Exavier

    Exavier New Member

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    I really hope you don't mean 1200mm fans..

    nice work though :) green leds could make that really pop altogether...especially on a bulgin switch..
     
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    Did i type that:confused::p

    I ordered a red one.:laugh:
     
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    lol apparently otherwise I'm going mad ;) haha I love the case though, will be continuing my orange obsession on from my main rig to my LAN rig when I get funds...:D

    also you should make your own logo and place it in the square the Lian-Li one's in...;)
     
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    Thats a good idea.
     
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    That's one of my favorite LL boxes to mod. Like that paint on the front bezel.
     
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    technicks, thats fresh man, love the colors :toast:
     
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    Thanks m8.:)

    It's not entirely finished yet. I have a few ideas.:cool:
    I will make some nice pics when its done and when i have all my new stuff in.
    New motherboard, psu, fans, power switch and 26'' Full HD screen. :D
     
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    technicks, that turned out extremely nice. Very nice work.
     
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    technicks.. very nicely done. Made that plain ol Lian Li look 1000X better. Great way to incorporate the carbon fiber look too:respect:
     
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    real nice job on the case technicks love it
     
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    Yet another techstation

    This one is designed to SAFELY be hung on the wall. 8" deep, 16" wide and about 18" tall.

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    Cable management is a dream with this set up. The wires are all hidden..
     
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    Hanging on the wall! very neat idea! would love to see how it looks once its mounted!
     
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    M-M-M-M-MONSTER BOX!!!

    CD's got wood. hehe...

    That's one hell of a wall-mount. Better make sure the puny studs can handle that beast ;)
     
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    very nice..
    Im gonna have to hurry up, you are having all the fun.
     
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    I made two of those today. First one was for my microATX cruncher with onboard graphics so no PCI bar.

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    I have a Pentium 550 ES and Abit AA8XE that I could hang on the wall to Fold with a 9800GX2 I just picked up. And I have a Zotac mATX and Q8300 that I can use for Crunching. I'm gonna hange them on the wall.

    Does that radiator look familiar?

    I had to order a pump or I would have this thing running.

    Discovered a couple of things building them and came up with a universal radiator mount that fits either the MCR220/GTX240 or the PA120.2. That's been one of those things people feel stuck with. So making a mount that fits either means no hassles later on if people decide to try out a Feser instead of TC or w/e.
     
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    LOL, that is one "Beautiful" Rad you got there CD...

    I cant wait to post up a few picts of my own this week (think PS with minimal wiring)
     
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    I can't wait for it to get warmer than 45F so I can use my DAMN GARAGE!

    lol... Sometimes, the cold states are not so pleasant. Not enough snow to go out and play, not enough warm to mod without freezing. Last time I modded something I was working in a basement... so sadness... :(
     
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    holy crap, those look awesome CD :toast:
     
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    Just put the Zotac in the station...it's soooooo cute. I wuv oo wittle bitty muvverboard...awwwwww.

    Sorry about that.

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    I gotta say, that is some amazing work that you've done there!

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    it is indeed truly gorgeous, so clean and just right! :rockout:
     
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    i lol'd at that :roll:

    CD, great job as always. i'm glad you used wood, i love wood cases
     
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    Just proving concepts.

    This way when Danger Den makes one I can have the satisfaction of saying "I did it first" lol.
     
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    You sir.. Are one hell of a wood worker!! Man, how much was it all with materials?
     
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    which zotac board is that? nice work as ever CD
     

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