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Lian Li W-65b Panel And Cooler Master Centurion 5

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by FlclAdam12, Jan 18, 2009.

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    This is probably a very stupid question but dose anyone think it is possible for a lian li w-65b side panel to fit on a cooler master centurion 5. I need a new side panel for my Centurion and I really don't like the like the looks of the windowed side panel for the centurion. The dimensions of the two cases are very close and the two panels have similar features.

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    Short answer, it won't work.

    Long answer, you could MAKE it work lol.
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    Damn, my other thought was to cut one my self but that stupid freaking handle indent is in the way of where I want to cut :(. BTW how could I make the Lian Li panel work?

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    mod it to make it fit if u need to use your panal now cut the handle thing and pound it flat or cut it out and get some one who is good with a tig welder to weld a peace in
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    +1 Lian Li side panels don't latch the same as most side panels do... so good luck.
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    Thanks for the help guys, i think I'm going to cut it my self if i can find a way to make it look good.
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    let the modding begin!!!

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