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Case Mod - In Progress K.3nny's LianLi Pc-7HX Casebuild, acrylic pipes - Voting time :D!

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by k.3nny, 20 Nov 2012.

  1. KrunchR

    KrunchR New Member

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    nice work, dude. Looking good!
     
  2. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    thnks :D!
     
  3. Parge

    Parge the worst Super Moderator

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    Loving this! Really nice, and the PSU box is awesome!

    If you found one for sale, you could actually fit a full size 'fat' 360mm rad in the midplate - might offer slight better cooling and you have plenty of space!
     
  4. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    SLim editions are sometimes even better ;) than fatties :D! just depends what fans u use :)
     
  5. kier

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    PSU box....great idea K3n and black matt vinyl :thumb::thumb::thumb: ;)
     
  6. k.3nny

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    Matte black vinyl : Pwns every rattlecan! no stank no dust, no sanding no overtime sanding, its a miracle :p:dremel::dremel::dremel::dremel:
     
  7. Waynio

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    Got a heck of a fair point there :D nice looking project Kenny, :) really like the custom PSU. :dremel::rock::clap:
     
  8. Meelobee

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    You actually glued the rad in place.. haha that's a first :)
     
  9. k.3nny

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    Yeah i did gleu the rad inplace, who doesnt love : the cleaner the better ;)
     
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    Subbed, great work
     
  11. k.3nny

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    thnks :D!
     
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    Looking good! Wish i had know earlier about the competition and i would have joined too :) gonna keep an eye on this one :)
     
  13. k.3nny

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    thnks :D!
     
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    Started with sleeving, Yes i am using Sata sleeving

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    Both done.
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    Then i started to play around with the reservoir, Did something realy nice, but need opinions tho Red acrylic tube in the midde, and will support 1 10mm led!

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    Thats it folks !
     
  15. KrunchR

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    I like the red tube.

    Nice job on the sleeving!
     
  16. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    Thnks KrunchR
     
  17. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    Soo, Made finally the ventilation for the PSU.

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    Stil looking clean (in my opinion). :D!
     
  18. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    12000 vieuws and a couple of comments xD! That irony :p
     
  19. jotinha17

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    very well done ..

    I like it, I acampanhar here.
     
  20. elAwesome

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    I have been following the build all the time without commenting :)
    But since I'm writing anyway: It looks pretty cool! Thanks for the detailed project log :p
     

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