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Project: Modding Lian Li PC-60 (UPDATE: 16.4.2005 // Stealth Mod)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by drinn, 22 Mar 2005.

  1. nick[x1]

    nick[x1] What's a Dremel?

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    Looking cool, love those cases

    But the temperature 9oC for the cpu, am i reading that right lol :duh:
     
  2. drinn

    drinn What's a Dremel?

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  3. koola

    koola Minimodder

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    Nice project but I think your temps are way out!
     
  4. drinn

    drinn What's a Dremel?

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    Ok, I fixed temperatures now. CPU had wrong selection :duh:
    (see the Temperatures picture from 1st page)
     
  5. drinn

    drinn What's a Dremel?

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    UPDATE: 8.4.2005 // Wiring Job

    Just one thing what I want to say is that I didn't find useful black mesh from the shops which are near my home. But I found, not so nice pipe from Biltema ( :D ) so I used it. The layout of inside is not so important thing for me in this mod, but only thing what means for me is the air course and the SILENCE!

    There's 3 FAN's (2 little integrated into mainboard) in back and two in front of the case. Also there's 1 FAN in the case's roof + the processor cooler. So together the case includes 7 FAN's. :) And here in my room is still a nice silence. But I think that you want to see the fresh images so here we go:

    Some wiring
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    Front panel (which is the next modding victim)
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    Back side
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    See ya soon! :hip: :rock:
     
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  6. drinn

    drinn What's a Dremel?

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  7. Kyuari

    Kyuari What's a Dremel?

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    what program you use to display cpu temps in the task bar?
     
  8. dj_2004

    dj_2004 What's a Dremel?

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    thats MBM5, google it for the link.
     
  9. drinn

    drinn What's a Dremel?

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  10. jezmck

    jezmck Minimodder

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    or you can try SpeedFan, is rather lighter.
     
  11. Sanatarium

    Sanatarium The Artist Formerly ATi_Loyalist

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    Nice work so far, I do have a suggestion though, ditch those ugly case badges! they dont go with anything! Everything else looks like its coming along great.
     
  12. dahl

    dahl What's a Dremel?

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    Why display the memory on a blanket =) not that ESD safe =)
     
  13. Pitbull

    Pitbull What's a Dremel?

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    don`t love your slave idea :duh:
     
  14. kimnkk

    kimnkk What's a Dremel?

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    Was going to say the same thing. Vote no for case badges.

    Looking good, although a cleaner innard (and room :p) would help!
     
  15. Morpheon

    Morpheon What's a Dremel?

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    Case badges have a time and a place... mostly in successtion in one line in one spot if you really want them...think tasteful jap. racer car, the product logos go down the door in a line Ex:

    Abit

    Zalman

    AMD 64

    Lian Li


    but good work over all :clap: ...get you self a UV cold cath and hide it so it justs lights up the cables....would look really great with the subtle lighting
     
  16. drinn

    drinn What's a Dremel?

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    I can try it (I have already 2 UV-cathodes), but I think that those transparent pipes aren't UV-reactives :(
    When this ****in' test week is over, I'll try that mod and start to mod the front panel :thumb:
     
  17. ginx

    ginx What's a Dremel?

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    I have to agree with everyone else on the case badges, I think you should lose them... If you want logos on the computers, maybe like some decals on the side window? Almost like a sponsered look? I'm not sure.. I just know the badges don't look too good. Now that I am done bashing that, lol, the rest looks great. Keep it up, can't wait to see what else you do this this case its a nice one. :D
     
  18. drinn

    drinn What's a Dremel?

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    Thank you ginx :)

    I'll change the badgets place to backside where badgets aren't in so visible place

    Back to study biology -> :grr:
     
  19. drinn

    drinn What's a Dremel?

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    UPDATE: 16.4.2005 // Stealth Mod

    I made a little stealth mod. Not so good, but it's better than the old one :hehe:

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    And somebody wished UV-cathode image so here it is: (as I said that the cables aren't UV-reactive :()

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    See ya soon! :rock:
     
  20. Buzku

    Buzku What's a Dremel?

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    Kool.
     

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