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post #1 of 258 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 01:57 PM - Thread Starter
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12/01/2012 - NewEgg just sent me a email letting me know they have updated the purchase page for the case. So many details was wrong. Glancing over it now it seems to be detailed has you will get it.
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post #2 of 258 (permalink) Old 11-17-2012, 11:15 PM - Thread Starter
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If your getting this from Newegg just be warned it does not come with any audio ports up front has it says it does.
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come on guys, more than 2 people must have one of these cases. I don't have one but the case looks like it has potential for being awesome! I want to see more D8000 pron. The only build i could find on google was from the lian li FB page. here it is however im not sure it's actually a D8000 or just a very modded D8000.


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Jebus what a build. If thats a D8000 its highly modded. NewEgg says they have sold out so people are buying them. Hope they don't get in the trap i did with mine. Worst part of mine has been Lian-LI themself. Prob the last Lian-LI case ill buy.

The case however taking out the Lian-Li part is brilliant and has so much modding potential.
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No where to really put a single 120mm rad in the thing. Had to stick a H70 outside of it. Its got the cutouts though to make this work without any mods. Its suppose to have two optional panels you can buy for the top for dual 120s but haven't been able to find them.

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There is a perfect place for 2 140mm rads on the center divider.

Was going to get a new H100i but since i cant find the panels i think im going to try for dual water systems with the 2 single 140mm rads.

Has i have said before the worst part of this thing has been Lian-Li themselves. Not that dealing with them has been heard since i have never heard from them even though i have contacted them about the few issues with the case including some things not working when i got the case.
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Had an old H70 that the pump had went out on that i really wanted to use for the case. Decided to take it apart and see whats was going on inside. Come to find out the plastic that seals the pump blade from the motor had i assume overheated or just been used so much it had bent into the blade forcing it to a stop. I simple took a lighter heated it a tad then forced the plastic back into place. Then put it all back together.

^ Due to taking the entire pump assembly aprt i didnt want to just throw it back in the case. Plus this thing hasnt been used in almost a year at that. I plugged it up and set it on a dry plate and let it run for a little over a full day to make sure it was not leaking.

^ The H70 is now installed. If you use the center devider you must mount the radiator on the outside of the case and use the loopholes to put the cables through. You can not use the center devider but the case will still need a little work. The H70 is a VERY thick radiator and needs lots of room. The case has been designed with all-in-one water coolers in mind though so you can slide the cables through the case without taking the cooler apart.

^ Darth Malgus approves of my work and lets me carry on to live another day.

^ My name is Eric so the nice little "E" in red that EVGA has used on this motherboard has always been a nice touch to me. It even pulses when the computer is off. Now with the D8000 this is totaly useless has you cant see it but i would like to put some windows in this one day.
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Still waiting on mine from PCCG.
I will be taking my inspiration for modding from this
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17826/cst-1353/Custom_Lian_Li_PC-D8000_Aluminum_HPTX_Full_Tower_Liquid_Cooled_Cube_Case_-_Ultimate_Edition.html

Wow $1,999.99 for that thing. Would deff think you could do it yourself for half that. The case does have the room though, and more.
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Wow $1,999.99 for that thing. Would deff think you could do it yourself for half that. The case does have the room though, and more.
No, the stuff inside is worth at least 900 bucks

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No, the stuff inside is worth at least 900 bucks

Still dont equal 1,999.99 though
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