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Originally Posted by dbterp View Post

what if you remove the hdd cage and mount the psu higher?

I don't see why that wouldn't work, might be more trouble than it's worth though.
Edited by ImmortalKenny - 10/17/12 at 8:00pm
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Here is a case from a few pages back: http://www.overclock.net/t/880913/the-official-lian-li-pc-a05-club/3100_20#post_18263415

 

another: http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/case-mods-worklog-gallery/45623-lian-li-a05nb-mods-water.html

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thanks for the multiple replies guys! i appreciate it. will be looking more into it
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Originally Posted by OverClocker55 View Post

would that fit?

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Originally Posted by animal0307 View Post

I don't think that thing is for the back of the mobo. I'm pretty sure it goes on the floor in those random holes in front of the PSU, if it even fits the A05.

somewhere in this thread there is a picture of that little thingy on the floor but ive also seen it somewhere with it in the back of an A05N. might do a google search to make sure if it will work for you.
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Hey guys, I'm set on a hackintosh build in a couple of months for music production as the computer I've been using for the last two years no longer has enough processing power to handle the projects I'm creating (which are not as complex as one might think). The case has by far been the most difficult component to choose, but I'm pretty impressed with this one. Here's my list of components:
Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H
Intel i7 3770k
Gigabyte GTX 660ti
650w corsair PSU
(this case, possibly)
Not entirely sure about CPU cooling yet.

I'm just not not entirely sure if the case will stay cool enough during heavy audio production and gaming in W7, if assembled by a relative n00b without much modding. Any advice, or even a "good idea/bad idea" would be much appreciated. smile.gif

Also, NICE JOB on creating an thread dedicated entirely to this case, it's extremely helpful!
Edited by amarchand - 10/19/12 at 8:21am
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Hey guys, I'm set on a hackintosh build in a couple of months for music production as the computer I've been using for the last two years no longer has enough processing power to handle the projects I'm creating (which are not as complex as one might think). The case has by far been the most difficult component to choose, but I'm pretty impressed with this one. Here's my list of components:
Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H
Intel i7 3770k
Gigabyte GTX 660ti
650w corsair PSU
(this case, possibly)
Not entirely sure about CPU cooling yet.
I'm just not not entirely sure if the case will stay cool enough during heavy audio production and gaming in W7, if assembled by a relative n00b without much modding. Any advice, or even a "good idea/bad idea" would be much appreciated. smile.gif
Also, NICE JOB on creating an thread dedicated entirely to this case, it's extremely helpful!

 

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It really depends on your GPU, CPU and how much you desire to overclock if at all. If your buy a GPU with a reference style cooler that expels it's air out the rear of the case your should be fine, all be it a bit warm but fine. If you get an aftermarket card such as this, hot air gets trapped easier. The standard mod is one 120mm fan in the top of the case. It helps greatly. There is also a bracket that attaches above the PCI slots and can exhaust/intake air out of the case without modding. I've posts it before a few times but never remember is model number so I'll see if I can find it again.


Edited by animal0307 - 10/19/12 at 2:31pm
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My apologies, will not bring up the subject again! Thank you for the response. Probably will reconsider my GPU choice after reading your advice. That bracket sounds like a good addition for someone uncomfortable sawing holes in the case:D
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Hi there smile.gif

This case is just so beautiful !! And you can fit a lot of stuff inside biggrin.gif. Hope you like this





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extremely nice!!!! good job man.
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