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post #5021 of 5139 (permalink) Old 05-21-2019, 12:20 AM
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Anyone here own the pc-v3000?

I'm tempted to move my current build into the 0-11 Dynamic and my new build into a v3000 as I need at least 2 GPUs and I like the space.

The new ROG looks nice but from what I saw in those vids it's multiple vertically mounted GPUs potentially.

If you replace PC-O11 Dynamic for PC-V3000 that's great decision.
PC-V3000 is REAL Lian Li. That mean you will experience their approach to aluminum build cases.
It's not only aluminum. I had aluminum parts on 650D, but smoothness and light weight of Lian Li aluminum is perfection.
PC-V3000 is almost twice lighter then CORSAIR 900D. Twice lighter and 3 times more beautifull and 3 times more precise and finer details.
Only case with build in VGA Holders for SLI. If dual GPU are heavier model you use them and no one can't see them from front side.
Or you could remove him from motherboard tray.

I estimate every detail of PC-V3000 and PC-O9.
That's best Full Tower and best Dual Chamber cases on market.

Price of Lian Li in USA is really affordable. Seller in EU didn't want to drop price of PC-O9 to 350 euro, and in USA is discount 199$.
Other cases are not option with so good deals. Every enthusiasts who pay expensive hardware deserve aluminum case.
That's only material worth of big investments up to few thousand dollars for PC Parts. Steal used is not, it's crap, paint on cheapest way and not worth.

Once when you touch Lian Li aluminum you will become addicted, other cases will not be options any more.
I was so sad because couldn't afford europe price of PC-O9 or PC-O8. Actually I would gave up from PC-O8 because size.
PC-O9 only need replace stands for Lian Li SD-01 with 1-2 SD-03 spacer.
PC-O9 with normal Lian Li SD-01 feets is CRAZY case. Special in dark when fonts shine.
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post #5022 of 5139 (permalink) Old 05-21-2019, 01:37 AM
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Look under the build log for monolith. It sold me on buying the PC-V3000. I love it and the statements about it are true. Light and great all aluminum construction.
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I finally got them off, it took a while as mine had to have some rubber cut away around 3 sides. It was not just glue because tiny bits of black rubber were stripping off and you had to cut that all away and get to the connector where it was held into the PCB. Anyway, after some time I got them turned around. I then added a bit of Super Glue in that area I cut away to hold each connector firmly in place.

One problem is the on/off power switch came off and I can't seem to get it back on to the PCB. I see where it goes and the button on the PCB works fine, but there doesn't seem to be a way to line them up or have it snap back on. I can make it work with a drop of Super Glue I believe but not sure. Did yours come off and how does it go back on?

Thanks for the tips.
I did not remove the power button.

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Not sure yet. I might make a frame and stretch some black material across like a loudspeaker cover (as in the photo but made to the correct size).
That would actually look really cool IMO. Looking forward to seeing how it turns out.
I happened to have everything I needed in the house so I managed to knock a frame together. It’s aluminium and the corners are non magnetic but I got lucky and the steel washers on the pop rivets are enough for the neo magnets to hold it on.

I have contact adhesive. Just need to find the right bit of material now.

I made the frame from strip aluminium and angle bits from B&Q (normally used with suckers to hold glass shelves) but I also considered cutting down an aluminium picture frame or an aluminium framed glass storage unit door from Ikea. I think either of those would work with the magnets because they have steel inserts in the corners but you wouldn’t get the brace across the middle.

I’ll paint it black before sticking on the material so it doesn’t show through.
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Dear enthusiasts from USA, I call you to become member of our Lian Li family with one classic "real" full aluminum Lian Li case on huge discount,
actually you got him for more then half of price we need to pay in Europe. 199$ for almost 10kg of aluminum perfectly build.


https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16811112546



In this case you will not have problem to install bigger radiator in back chamber.
Hardware worth 5000$ deserve to sit in aluminum case because that's material best for that purpose.

This case was my big wish and for this price you have I would bought him, sold mine for 120 euro and celebrate.
I can't say it's much nicer than PC-O11 WXC, classic design of PC-O10 and PC-O11 PC--Q37 never become monotonous inside house but it's cool and it's 100% aluminum. Difference between materials outside and indise on my case is obvious even after Lian Li done steel parts far better then any case I saw.

When I saw this video I was so sad because I don't live in USA.

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Just built into the O11 dynamic



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Finished my new front filter panel. By putting the slim fans underneath I cleared the space for more GPUs and the front fans should provide enough airflow but I don’t need them yet so the build is complete for now.
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Does anyone know where i can find the list of radiators that fit in the rear chamber of the 0-11 Dynamic without having to mod the I/O?

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when is that live stream?

new case hype!
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