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post #1 of 3 Old 07-05-2016, 09:52 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hey everyone. New to posting here but always lurking around. I'm starting a new pc build now and have ordered most of the parts, including the Lian Li PC-08 case. I love the look and design, but I'm wondering if air cooling it would be a viable option? I know it's probably meant more for liquid cooling, but I just don't feel comfortable doing that yet. Anyone who has this case or anyone who knows what kind of air flow I can get with it would be much appreciated. I love the looks of it and really want to make it work. Thanks!
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What fans and how many are you going to use?
Where will you be putting them?

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I'm going to use 9 fans total. They're the BitFenix Spectre Pro 120mm. I will have 2 fans pulling air into the case on the top and 1 rear exhaust fan. This is the side of the case that has the mobo and all the components in it. I will also have a fan on the cpu cooler. Then I will have 3 pull fans in front and 2 exhaust fans in back on the other side of the case. This is where the psu and hard drive cage is.
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