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Lian Li K58 Build - Finished!

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I finished this build last week. Recently upgraded to a Gigabyte Z68 board and an i7 2600 but everything else is the same.

-I like green-



parts that were "transplanted"
AMD Phenom II 955 BE
ASRock 780 AM3 mobo
others are in my system specs


New stuff!
3x 140mm apevia fans
1x 120mm apevia fan
6GB Corsair Vengeance DDR 1600
Sythe Fan Controller
and some TX-4


Fans installed


closer shot of top fans


mounted HDDs backwards to route cables behind mobo tray


This part sucked... lol
Thank you corsair


Just about ready to go!


Poor quality pic, sorry


Inside shot, I love that green!


System runs great, very cool and quiet.

Here is a low quality vid that breaks it down a little and shows it in action with eyefinity!



Thanks for checking it out. The case really came alive with the added fans. I really enjoyed the quality and engineering that was put into the case by Lian Li.

Thanks guys and gals!
-Paulwuzhere
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Could benefit from a little more time spent on cable management, but overall I think you did a very nice job I just bought my first Lian Li case 3 days ago, and I was completely amazed at the quality of the case. Absolutely stunning. Thumbs up to you for making a wise choice!
    
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The cables were cleaned up a little more but that darn PSU is a giant squid. Thanks man, I'll update with some new pics with the better management and new mobo and CPU.
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I see unsinked and completely uncooled 4+1 fets
On a 125W 955 you should really get that taken care of, otherwise you may experience some problems down the road (i.e. heatsink it, there looks to be a decent amount of case airflow but there's no guarantee it will get to the chips on the mobo which aren't very tall at all
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That board's mosfets did get crazy hot but only during overclocking. I ended up getting some stick on heat sinks by repo_man, they helped a lot. But replacing the mobo and CPU all together seemed to have a profound impact on the problem.
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That board's mosfets did get crazy hot but only during overclocking. I ended up getting some stick on heat sinks by repo_man, they helped a lot. But replacing the mobo and CPU all together seemed to have a profound impact on the problem.
Woot! Shout out!

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