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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by tigger, May 28, 2009.

  1. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    Processor: intel c2d E6750 @ 3.6ghz 1.41vcore
    Motherboard: asus pq-e bios 1201
    Cooling: wATER
    Memory: 2x2gb Crucial ballistix pc6400@900 1:1 5.5.5.15 2.0v
    Video Card: Gainward 4850 with xspc RAZOR waterblock
    Harddisk: 1x250gb samsung sp2504c/1x160gb maxtor
    CD/DVD Drive: samsung SH-S223 sata
    CRT/LCD Model: LG W2242 widescreen lcd
    Case: Lian li PC-201B
    Sound Card: Onboard digital out to av amp
    PSU: Corsair hx520w modular
    Software: windows7 7100

    Mods:
    I have cut a window in the side panel,and in the same panel cut a small vent for the radiator air input,with mesh on it.I have also made my own custom psu plate so i can have my hdd's above the psu fitted to MM hdd plates on a 120mm fan.The radiator is fixed to the left panel,so the warm air vents right out of the case.The front 120mm fan is fitted to a ustom made plate made from side panel off cuts.
     
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  2. Scrizz

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    Love the Blorange 9/10
     
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    Gam'ster New Member

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    9/10 tigger, It has form, function and quality parts and the mods you have done are well thought out and implemented also a really nice audio set up too boot, i like a lot.
    Nice work tigg.
     
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    Wow it really is huge!

    Great work tigger! :)
     
  5. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    Thanks guys.

    I told you it was a big case alex.It was a great buy.
     
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    8/10 for the mods, your case looks clean with good cable management. I love the orange led fans!
     
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    I voted 10/10 because:

    Your vote is very far from this case's average votes (6.5).
    its 10 because its lian li c'mon why everyone's so jealous
     
  8. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    Thanks dreamseller.

    I think at some point,i may get a fatter 120.2 or squeeze a 120.3 in the bottom.
     
  9. phanbuey

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    you can get the lian li radmounts/brackets:http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=332&products_id=21047

    and stick another 120.2 in the 5.25" bays above the cdrom...

    those + some of the perforated 5.25" lian li bay covers, and you have another rad with 0 modding.

    BTW i love the way that case looks... its a bit menacing with the sharp corners. niceee
     
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    8/10 awesome rig! Would be a 10 if you got some newer hardware to go with the looks ;)
     
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    Cool your case congratulations
     
  12. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    Would a 120.2 fit into 6 bays phanbuey?

    I'm gonna get some akasa sound damping stuff to put at the bottom of the mb section,and were the rad is at the bottom,or i could spray the inside black.I'm also going to sleeve the cables that go to the motherboatd soon.
     
  13. phanbuey

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    its 6 drive bays plus the extra inch that lianli gives you between the top drivebay and the top of the case.... im guessing that the average drive bay is 43mm - you got 6 which is ~258 + ~25mm = 283mm give or take a few.

    most double rads measure about that, the thermochill 120.2 will NOT fit. but other 2x120 rads may-
    the swifty will fit but just barely - at 284mm
    your current rad will fit (i think its 277mm), and all BIX rads will as well.
    the new koolance rads will fit too. http://www.performance-pcs.com/cata...oduct_info&cPath=59_457_200&products_id=25440
     
  14. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    Thanks,i may well grab a second 120.2 then to fit in the bays.
     
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    I voted 3/10 because:

    there is so much more you can do to make it look better
     
  16. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    Like what?
     
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    I voted 10/10 because:

    guut
     
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    I voted 10/10 because:

    very nice mod work and excellent case mods. I like the way it is made with everything on the inside of the case...
     

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