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Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic

pakc3b4hr42

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Hope i didnt revive a zombie thread.
In reference to the package contents, that rubber is used if you were to put a second power supply so it wont sag. Put that between the bottom power supply and its meant to hold it up.
 

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I would like to install an EVGA Hybrid in the case, but I do not know if the card fits because of the hoses. According to the manufacturer, the graphics card may be max. 159mm high - that will be tight, also because of the power connections.

Does anyone have the case and can please measure the distance between motherboard (somewhere from the surface - not from a PCI slot) to the beginning of the side window? Should be about 170mm... Then I can measure the overall height with a graphic card installed in a PCI slot.

Many Thanks in advance!
 

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I would like to install an EVGA Hybrid in the case, but I do not know if the card fits because of the hoses. According to the manufacturer, the graphics card may be max. 159mm high - that will be tight, also because of the power connections.

Does anyone have the case and can please measure the distance between motherboard (somewhere from the surface - not from a PCI slot) to the beginning of the side window? Should be about 170mm... Then I can measure the overall height with a graphic card installed in a PCI slot.

Many Thanks in advance!
Video below says 144 to 145mm max


This image was pulled from the Lian li website.

http://www.lian-li.com/pc-o11-dynamic/
 

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Thanks for the links!
Looks not so good - it seems that the EVGA FTW3 Hybrid will not fit. The height of the card is 129mm - then I have the hoses/tubes and the power adapter.
 
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My new case arrived yesterday.
Lian Li PC-O11 WXC
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I wanted this case from moment when I saw him.
 
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My new case arrived yesterday.
Lian Li PC-O11 WXC

I wanted this case from moment when I saw him.
You DO realize that this thread is about the O11 DYNAMIC and NOT the PC-O11 WXC, a case released a few years ago.
 
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So what, it's same family.
Or maybe you think...

PC-O11 WGX ROG Edition
PC-O11 WXC
PC-O11 WW White
PC-O11 Dynamic
PC-O11 Air

...need Special Topic every one of them.
PC-O11 WXC is nicest of all and PC-O11 WX only he have bad radiator options 240mm only.
 
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Sorry to bump an old thread, but I dinally got around to buying myself one of these, and started doing a build in it, and... big problem for a case that's supposedly designed by an overclocker: the CPU cutout is too small!

Here's a marked-up image from Lian-Li's site to set the scene. The aqua region shows the motherboard tray and standoffs above the CPU cutout, the red region shows the tray and standoffs at the bottom of the cutout. Notice how the distances are different? I measured 5mm from the top standoffs to the cutout, and a whopping 17mm (or more than three times as much) between the bottom standoffs and the cutout.

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Why is this a problem? Let's have a look at some pictures I took of my in-progress build (apologies in advance for potato quality):

pc-011-dynamic-cpu-cutout.jpg


This first one shows the stock AMD backplate. Doesn't look too bad due to the angle, but I can tell you that that this prevented me from removing that backplate - I had to pull the board out completely. But that's not the worst part...

pc-011-dynamic-cpu-cutout-2.jpg


... the above is. The backplate for the AIO I bought has a rubber pad that goes between it and the motherboard for insulation, and the fact that the CPU cutout isn't large enough means the bottom of said backplate is pushed closer to the mobo than the designer intended. Which means the top of the plate is pulled too far away. Which means I can't mount the AIO!

This is something that literally five minutes of testing would've discovered, which is why I question whether a so-called "professional overclocker" had any input into the design of this case at all. Because if a pleb like me can encounter such an issue, surely a "professional" would have too, right?

I already own the case, and I really like it except for this glaring oversight, so I'm going to borrow a Dremel from a friend and slice about 12mm out of the bottom part of the cutout so that I can actually access the back side of the board and fit my AIO. But I just wanted to post this to give anyone who might be considering this chassis a heads-up, in case this is a deal-breaker for them.
 
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actually it looks pretty good, except in here the price maybe double :mad::mad::mad:
 
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