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I'd love to get my hands on one of these frames with nothing cut out, you could do what ever you liked, it would be awesome. In fact, I wonder how hard to make the internal frame yourself. Hummmm *ponders.
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may be harder then you want to mess with. but could be pretty BA to start with a blank slate.
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may be harder then you want to mess with. but could be pretty BA to start with a blank slate.
To be honest you could cut the entire front out and it with a new plan piece and do what you like anyhow.

Am thinking of buying another PC-A05, question is N or F revision. Would have to invert the F of course. Roughly the same price here in the UK.
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To be honest you could cut the entire front out and it with a new plan piece and do what you like anyhow.

Am thinking of buying another PC-A05, question is N or F revision. Would have to invert the F of course. Roughly the same price here in the UK.
How would you inver the FN? If you try to flip it wouldn't the ports be internal? That wouldn't work at all. I would say just pick up a N and use your last one for spare parts.
    
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How would you inver the FN? If you try to flip it wouldn't the ports be internal? That wouldn't work at all. I would say just pick up a N and use your last one for spare parts.
You would have to separate the back from the rest of the internal frame and flip that too. Complicated, but not impossible I think?
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Just orderd these for my A05

http://istarusa.com/istarusa/product...el=BPN-DE230SS


http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27606

This should help clean up the interior a bit.


I'm now trying to plan out my dividing wall between the mobo and the drives.



My 460s Exhaust ALOT of hot air into the case. They are both OC'd from 780Mhz to 915Mhz. so i need to figure out how to get rid of that heat. In theory this wall should limit that pathways the airflow can take and allow optimum cooling to both the GPU and the CPU. I will have cool air from the top go down through my GPUs and pushed down to my CPU rad. Normally this would mean hot air going into the CPU rad but thats why i kept the one 120mm fan on the back so i can have cool air going directly to the CPU and exhausted out the bottom.

Im more worried about my GPU temps rather then my CPU. right now my CPU is sitting around 62Load at 5.0GHz which gives me a bit of space to play with. As for my GPUs though.. they sit around 82-90 at load without the holes cut for the top fans.
    
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Oh sexy. I want to see how well these work.
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Only just realised the PC-A05FN revision is 500mm deep vs 490mm PC-A05N, wonder if that means the top and side panels are not interchangeable.
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http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27606

This should help clean up the interior a bit.

i knew i forgot to pick something up from performance pcs i made an order and forgot to add that :| looks like next paycheck im making another order
    
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post #1660 of 3785
Is it bad that I'm considering using one of these for a Linux PC build..? I have a spare core i3-540 and I want to put it to good use in a cheap and cute system...

Is this a recent enough model? http://www.amazon.de/Lian-Li-PC-A05N...600113&sr=8-32
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