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post #1961 of 3813
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Lian Li is not just a case, it's a Home for your parts!

True statement. The farther I get into my build the more I realise that im taking A LOT more care in it than I did with my Reactor mod.
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Well any Lian Li is a status symbol in the PC world kinda like owning a Bentley, or Mercedes. I myself don't like them because of that but just because it is a great home for the PC parts of the time. I will most likely have my Lian Li for many more builds to come and it can be modded and modded many times over as they sell the panels pretty cheap and the look can be changed to fit the build, and you always have a clean looking build when its done! I have been proud to show off every build in my Lian Li and have always gotten complements on how great it looked. I believe my Lian Li was the only and best purchase I have made for my PC addiction that made 100% sense and was not a waste of cash!
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Thanks a lot! I blow the filters off on the front a couple of times a week! They don't really prevent dust from entering the case, it just makes the dust finer. I will definitely look into the AC filters... I was actually thinking about gettting rid of the mesh and filters all together. we shall see... I do want to make the window bigger and put some LED fans in the front as well as the CPU and rear exhaust fan...
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Thanks a lot! I blow the filters off on the front a couple of times a week! They don't really prevent dust from entering the case, it just makes the dust finer. I will definitely look into the AC filters... I was actually thinking about gettting rid of the mesh and filters all together. we shall see... I do want to make the window bigger and put some LED fans in the front as well as the CPU and rear exhaust fan...
Use and says if you served.
Post pics!
post #1965 of 3813
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Originally Posted by CaCP3RO View Post

Some photos of front my LianLi :

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Hi,

What case is this, anyone knows, please ?
Thanks.

Bye
post #1966 of 3813
Hi , this is Lian Li V600F . smile.gif

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post #1967 of 3813
Just got my case yesterday. I am blown away by the quality of Lian Li cases. This thing feels like half a pound, yet sturdy. I will never go back to the trash I used to build with (FD/Corsair). Steel FTL!
post #1968 of 3813
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Just rebuilt my rig in the new Lian Li PC-D600





Nice build you have there rocketraid. This case is on my radar for my Z87 build. I've watched the Ronsanut video review, but how is the cable management in this case, specifically with regard to HDD/SSD's and any devices in the 5.25" bays? Thanks.
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post #1969 of 3813
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Nice build you have there rocketraid. This case is on my radar for my Z87 build. I've watched the Ronsanut video review, but how is the cable management in this case, specifically with regard to HDD/SSD's and any devices in the 5.25" bays? Thanks.

Thanks. TBH the cable management in this case is a bit of a pain overall, as the cable routing holes at the front of the motherboard is blocked by the 5.25 bays so you need to take out the entire drive bay in order to route the GPU/24 Pin/SATA/Front Fan cables. I'll get a pic of the other side of the case with the cables when I get back from work tonight.
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@ rocketraid,

Thanks for the update. The Ronsanut video review suggested that wiring the ODD/HDD area could be a little problematic, and involve the whole HDD cage frame being removed from the case, at least partially to provide enough room to work.

Apart from the cable management issue, how are temperatures with those 3x140mm fans in the front? I notice you appear to be running a X79 based system with an Asus Rampage IV Formula with either a GTX780 or Titan GPU - components which can run pretty hot.
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