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Case mod for Lian li pc-c37

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has anyone ever done or seen a mod done to the lian li pc-37 slim micro atx computer case? i plan on doing a mod to it but i am just wondering if anyone else had already done anything to a slim case such as this.
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Mate of mine is in the process of a VESA monitor mount mod to a silverstone pt12(Even smaller than this).
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Edited by ALMOSTunseen - 4/23/13 at 1:07am
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Corsair GT 120GB WD Caviar Black 1TB LG 24x H100 ATM. TEC Chiller about to go in. 
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Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit Medion 23" LED Seasonic XP-860 Platinum NZXT Switch 810 
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I7-2600k Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3 Gigabyte 6970 2GB OC2 8GB Vengeance 
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OCZ Agility III 60Gb, 1Tb caviar blue Cheapest one they make... Win 7 Prof 64bit Medion 23" Led 
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well then. what i plan on doing to this case wont be quite as extreme. it looks like it will be a good project but the case wont even be seen. im only looking to slightly modify the c37 so it still looks like a case but yet unique. what i would like to do is basically cut a hole just large enough for a specific cooler, the tuniq tower, and possibly do something similar with the graphics card.
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Well i got it done. using the lian li pc-c37 case. asrock z77 professional-m motherboard. 3570k cpu, 650ti power edition graphics card, 8gb crucial low profile memory, a 128gb samsung ssd, and a 700w modular cooler master silent pro power supply. enjoy the pics smile.gif









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I would be so sketchy about dropping something on/in that!

Looks good but! thumb.gif
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haha i kind of like the look of that, plus it dumps the heat outside the case no matter what card you use
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yes the heat dissapation is good. the 650 ti has a stock core clock of 993 and memory clock of 2700. and this card overclocks like a monster. i got a stable core clock of 1215 and memory at over 3600. and under an hour of stress testing with msi kombuster it never went above 57C. have not had much of a chance to push the cpu yet.
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