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Has any on had experience with Lian Li support ?. I have a slightly bent panel from the factory on my PC-05S so i am curious if they are easy too work with.

Very easy.

What panel is bent? The aluminum on the O5S is very thin, have you tried to bend it back yourself?
post #2402 of 3857
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Very easy.

What panel is bent? The aluminum on the O5S is very thin, have you tried to bend it back yourself?

its the side panel on the right side of the case, as you can see here it pokes out and does not sit flush. I tried adjusting it several times and nothing works.

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its the side panel on the right side of the case, as you can see here it pokes out and does not sit flush. I tried adjusting it several times and nothing works.


Those panels are super flexible on my case. Is that also the situation on yours? It seems to only be attached on the back side.

It will probably take more force but you can definitely bend the aluminum back. Assuming there's nothing in the way.
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Those panels are super flexible on my case. Is that also the situation on yours? It seems to only be attached on the back side.

It will probably take more force but you can definitely bend the aluminum back. Assuming there's nothing in the way.

There are 3 screws on the side that hold the panel on. If i leave them loose the panel can sit flush, if i tighten them down esp the middle one then the panel pops out.
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There are 3 screws on the side that hold the panel on. If i leave them loose the panel can sit flush, if i tighten them down esp the middle one then the panel pops out.

Hmm. Either your holes are drilled in the wrong spot, causing the corner to hit the frame and force the end to bulge, or you just need to bend the panel a bit more so it sits flush.

Mine sits fine, but I can easily bend it to look like yours.

r4Jb3HT.jpg

So assuming your holes are in the right spot, I definitely would just bend the thing to see if it'll eventually hold it's angle. Or take a file and widen the holes a bit. The holes don't have much room for widening though. I'd say 1.5mm max.
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Could anyone with a PC-08 tell me if tthis will fit, it's a Swifttech H320 X2 Prestige.
http://www.swiftech.com/h320x2prestige.aspx#tab3
The demensions are 127 mm x 375 mm x 28 mm
Lian Li's website says max = 120 x 300 but I was wondering if there is a little leeway to squeze this in
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Lian Li is slow to respond and very literal. You need to get email off the web page, or use the form. Your email address cab have no ,._- or any special characters. If possible, no numbers either. They have an very old spam filter. But, they do try to help as much as they can. just give them as many details as you can and be ready to wait a week with no answer.
 
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Well finally completed my HTPC in the PC-OS5. In hindsight wish I did the custom sleeving on the 24 pin, CPU and PCI-E cable in all white also. Maby for another time. Pretty happy as the Nano under water performs very well. 1100 MHZ +, so outpace's stock Fury X cards handily which is pretty nice. Still got a few other tweaks I would like to do, but on the whole fairly happy smile.gif





Beautiful. Is that with UV fluid or just white light? I attempted something similar with mayhem UV pastel white, but the UV didn't light up as well.
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Beautiful. Is that with UV fluid or just white light? I attempted something similar with mayhem UV pastel white, but the UV didn't light up as well.

Thanks buddy smile.gif

The fluid is actually just Mayhems White Pastel. The lighting is all RGB so the white fluid tends to capture the light the RGB changes to. In these pics, the lighting is white in the first two and blue/green in the last two.
     
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Hmm. Either your holes are drilled in the wrong spot, causing the corner to hit the frame and force the end to bulge, or you just need to bend the panel a bit more so it sits flush.

Mine sits fine, but I can easily bend it to look like yours.

r4Jb3HT.jpg

So assuming your holes are in the right spot, I definitely would just bend the thing to see if it'll eventually hold it's angle. Or take a file and widen the holes a bit. The holes don't have much room for widening though. I'd say 1.5mm max.

There are sending me a replacement panel but ty for the insight.
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