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post #3201 of 3785
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I wonder how you guys still manage to find the inverted A05...

All over ebay. You might have to pay like $10 more dollars than newegg, though.
post #3202 of 3785
To those who are familiar with the Lian Li PC A04, what do you think of it? I'm planning on building a low profile computer (Can't really call it SFF with an mATX-ATX motherboard) and Lian Li seems to be the perfect company for me. Great aluminum construction, aesthetics, and functionality. Now it's all coming down to whether I want HDD storage and slightly better cooling (A04) or ATX and a more dense internal layout (A05). I'm tired of the wasted space in my NZXT Phantom and it's flimsy steel panels.
post #3203 of 3785
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I wonder how you guys still manage to find the inverted A05...
Scan still has them up for sale in the UK at £64, which is a damn good price for a Lian Li, too.
post #3204 of 3785
guys just a quick question. do you think a 40mm case feet will look bad/go beyond the sides of the case? without repositioning the original holes of the case feet?

thanks in advance and more power to the a05 club!
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post #3205 of 3785
40mm tall or 40mm diameter?
post #3206 of 3785
its in diameter.
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post #3207 of 3785
Hey guys, I just got my PC-A05FNB in (standard motherboard layout) laugher.gif and of course the first thing I want to do is mod it. lol.

I would like to add some intake on the bottom of the case for my GPU. I thought 2 140mm fans would fit, but it doesn't. Only one does. So, do you guys thing I should install one 140mm fan or two 120mm fans? Keep in mind that I would like to keep this case as silent as possible since it's going to be sitting on my desk.
post #3208 of 3785
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Hey guys, I just got my PC-A05FNB in (standard motherboard layout) laugher.gif and of course the first thing I want to do is mod it. lol.
I would like to add some intake on the bottom of the case for my GPU. I thought 2 140mm fans would fit, but it doesn't. Only one does. So, do you guys thing I should install one 140mm fan or two 120mm fans? Keep in mind that I would like to keep this case as silent as possible since it's going to be sitting on my desk.

I'd say go for the single 140mm, not much of a gain in two 120mm fans unless you want to use a rad.
post #3209 of 3785
My rule of thumb is 2x 140mm fans = 3x 120mm fans

A 140mm is probably more than enough air. wink.gif
post #3210 of 3785
Are there any CPU coolers that work especially well with this case due to it's layout/back-to-front airflow? I thought the Scythe Kama Angle might be good due to the way it redirects airflow, but it doesn't seem to be available anymore and there's nothing else like it.
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