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The NEW Hottness! New build, and of course pictures all the way!!

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by d44ve, Jun 19, 2007.

  1. d44ve New Member

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    OK, so I picked myself up a nice Lian-Li PC75b case.

    This is the first time I have seen this case in person.... and let me say HOLY SHHT there is a lot of room in this thing!

    I can put my Meanwell 320-S powersupply, my frankenstien mod and a triplerad setup with room to spare. I am in love with this case!

    Here are a few "on the way" shots

    Chapter One : In the Beggining

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    will upload more soon.
     
  2. Kursah

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    NICE! I was almost expecting toothpaste when the picture was loading! LoL! I can't wait to see the completed system! I want a different case eventually, but for now I'm content. That thing's gonna be sweet, definately good airflow, I'm impressed!
     
  3. d44ve New Member

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    The 900 (my old case) was a great case... just a bit small for everyting I am cramming everyting into it.

    I am taking my time with it, I dont think that it will be done until last this week. Plus I still habe to wait on my Video card ;)
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    Don't forget the toothpaste:)


    Nice mod to the top!!!
     
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    thats hawt
     
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    I already have the PSU covered... the rest is comming
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    What did you use to pop the 120mm holes out with?
     
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    Those 120MM's look amazing! Good job, and i do believe they are on a radiator?
     
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    Wow, sick man.. That case is sick. Reminds me of the gloria I wanted so bad. Did you DIY the radiator and fans on the top. Looks insane and like it came like that from factory. Also I love the fill port too. Look like you are going to have a lot of fun building that machine. I alread want to sell mine and build another. :toast: :toast:
     
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    If you are thinking about painting it, now is the time.
     
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    dude get some spray on UV paint for the inside of the case:cool:
     
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    To hell with spray-on UV paint, that'd spoil it.

    POLISH that aluminium! Make the bastard GLEAM! :)
     
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    I must agree.

    UV paint inside is pretty fugly imo. :laugh:
     
  14. Carcenomy

    Carcenomy New Member

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    I guess it depends on how much you want your computer to look like a prop from Tron ;)
     
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    Hey D44ve .....

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    I LOVE IT!!!!!
     
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    That is fuggin' mahussive. I like the fans on the top, nice case :D
     
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    get a black marker and run it around the exposed ali on the 3x 120mm fan holes - its a good cheat and will look better.,...........imo
     
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    Nice Big , Much room for fans but from design i dont like it a bit....Its more like a server tower and not a gamer one.
     
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    psh.

    Noone uses server towers anymore. :laugh:

    They are now pretty much soley a modders tower.
     
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    Didnt say it was a server tower but it resembles a server tower.....
     
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    Dude UV paint is tit! :D
     
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    It may be used sparingly, but too much just looks tacky. And with that much aluminium... a little polishing will at least double any light output from cathodes or LEDs inside the case, possibly more. Now mix both - UV reactive components and a little paint, with polished glory... gorgeous :)
     
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    killer case.
     
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    nice case :toast:
     
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    You can probably fit my case inside that behemoth!!
     
    Crunching for Team TPU

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