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[Case Gallery] Lian-Li PC-V300

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by rhythmeister, Nov 30, 2006.

  1. rhythmeister New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    Biostar T-Force 6100 939,
    AMD Athlon 3700 64 San Diego @ 2.75GHz under polished Thermalright SLK-948U under retro YSTech 74mm TMD fan (39 Deg' no load, 51 Deg' full load-AS5 settling in nicely!),
    2x1Gb PC3200 G Skill (thanks to TUngsten),
    80Gb Seagoat SATA II NCQ Master, 250Gb Maxtor DM10 IDE master,
    Antec True blue 480W PSU,
    Pioneer DVR111-D,
    Creative Soundblaster Live! 5.1,
    Generic card reader,
    Sapphire 256Mb X1650XT.
    Powercolour PCI card fan (2x70mm) for rear of X1650XT

    Mods:
    No real mods, just replaced stock 80mm fans with blue/ green UV reactive ones and stuck the green UV reactive Belkin IDE cables in from the low scoring X-QPack and replaced stock black SATA cable with a blue UV reactive Akasa effort! Green UV cable ties added now after rebuild with new cooler.
    Also included is a 4" UV cold cathode and another 4" blue one to help the slots on the board, cables and fans GLOW :D

    Just got a HIS branded Arctic cooling silencer to replace the crap Sapphire cooler so now silent AND 20 Deg' Centigrade cooler under load!
     
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  2. Protius New Member

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    looks pretty cool, lets see some inards
     
  3. pt

    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    i love m-atx systems, post some inside pics
     
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    Great case. 9
     
  5. rhythmeister New Member

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    Thanks dude, it's not as easy to work on as the good old X-QPack but much better made from sheets of machined Al and not pressed Al!
     
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    thats a pretty schweet case my friend.
     
  7. erixx

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    I am getting one this week for my first mATX build!!!! Congrats for the job and sharing ;) !

    One mod i am interested in doing is the DVD slim slot-it front mod... because the cage for optical drives is overkill!
     
  8. erixx

    erixx

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    Finished builing mine this week. Shame it is not sold anymore because it's design and small size are unrivalled! You could fit 2 ODD and 4 HDD in the unmodded case! Standard PSU. Only big videocards need a 1 minute little cut out...

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    It is a lovely case, sometimes regret selling mine on!
     

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