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post #5071 of 5087 (permalink) Old 07-24-2019, 05:55 PM
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post #5072 of 5087 (permalink) Old 07-25-2019, 09:59 AM
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I drilled out the side air intake in my Lian Li Dynamic to allow 2 x 140mm fans.

I have the NZXT AIO Liquid Cooler on top (CAM software crap, uninstalled)
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I guess I'll never get used to those rainbow coloured builds.. But they'll die soon enough.. (they didn't survive long during their last hype 10+ years ago, either..)


The PC-Q37 would've been my favourite for an ITX build, but the price is ridiculous.. I guess, Lian Li stopped their development of a successor due to the low sales numbers..
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Question about Lian Li Dynamic O11: Can I fit a 360mm 60mm thickness radiator on the side without getting the top 360mm being interfered? And with a 60mm on side, how thick the top is limited to be? 45mm can fit without problem? I'm thinking in using a single 360mm 60mm thickness for my 8700k and 1080Ti (CPU delidded) but in the future if I plan to add another radiator I would like to know if I could

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A lot of people with computers worth even up to 3000-4000$ don't want to invest in valuable PC case.
Then their PC case is not in same class as their hardware, maybe they not bother with that, maybe they don't understand that...
But material for all high end PC cases should be aluminum. Steel produced for toys and cheaper products for house is not premium material for PC cases.

Situation is even worse when you know how much cost real Lian Li in USA.
I saw PC-O9, PC-O8, PC-O12 for 190-200$, their price is double in Euro in Europe.
PC-O12 costed 170$ on Newegg discount last 7 days. PC-V3000 cost 299$. Case is 450$ in Europe.
I don't understand that.

I notice that aluminum Lian Li cases are much more asked in Italy, Germany, France, UK then in USA,
and price in Europe is always same, maybe small discounts.

I understand that guy who buy Ryzen and 5700 XT and invest 1500-1600$ in PC no 300-350$ for case.
But someone who buy i9 with 10-12 cores, motherboard worth 500$... etc look weird if case worth 140$.
Because aluminum is material he deserve and his hardware.
Aluminum is used for many many things and we deserve PC cases from him because inside is not products worth 500$ to someone buy material for 15$ and build case from that. Case is first what you see and case should be nice and to nicely present hardware inside.

Aluminum cases are overpriced, but everything in PC industry is overpriced.
I saw and other aluminum cases, but Lian Li production process and building their cases is best in this industry.
They used to work with aluminum and specialized in that and it's not same when you buy their cases and some other when decide to build case with 3 times higher price because it's aluminum and continue to produce steel cases.

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But material for all high end PC cases should be aluminum. Steel produced for toys and cheaper products for house is not premium material for PC cases.
That's one massive load of BS. Aluminium and steel both have their pro's and cons, aluminium is not some wonder material that's better in every way.

An all steel premium case can be perfectly fine, just have a look at Sliger for example.
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PC-V3000.

You'll have to excuse the RGB rainbow. Took the pics of the front while I was installing windows. Back picture was taken a couple weeks later when I was swapping out the RGB fan controller for one that supported aura sync. Now they're all synced and do what they're told... Well other than that front case RGB strip..but that's on lian li for not making it compatible with motherboard RGB control.
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After upgrading to the new Ryzen 3600 CPU i still needed more cooling so now i converted it to a water cooled unit, i used the Thermaltake M360 hard Tube Kit, very happy.

the 60mm Radiator just fit in the side, will add picks soon, if my GPU was any longer it would hit the radiator (i have Radeon 7)

The top fan slot is not usable when 360mm radiator installed in side.

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That's one massive load of BS. Aluminium and steel both have their pro's and cons, aluminium is not some wonder material that's better in every way.

An all steel premium case can be perfectly fine, just have a look at Sliger for example.
Agreed.

I rather prefer steel over aluminum for case material, as with steel I can use magnetic dust filters. You cannot do that with aluminum as those types of filters need a peel and stick solution to mount the filters to.

Also aluminum cases tend to be weightier over their steel counterparts.

Sadly the RoG XL Dynamic is supposed to be aluminum so I will have to figure the filters out when I'm able to grab one up.

On side mounting 60mm thick radiator topic, I believe you could mount one inside the PSU side of the Dynamic and still be able to mount a 360 in the top and a 360 in the bottom without much hassle. May need to mod the case to allow for fittings to pass through the Rad stops but that's nothing a multi step bit wouldn't fix.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Vlada011 View Post
Situation is even worse when you know how much cost real Lian Li in USA.
I saw PC-O9, PC-O8, PC-O12 for 190-200$, their price is double in Euro in Europe.
PC-O12 costed 170$ on Newegg discount last 7 days. PC-V3000 cost 299$. Case is 450$ in Europe.
I don't understand that.

I notice that aluminum Lian Li cases are much more asked in Italy, Germany, France, UK then in USA,
and price in Europe is always same, maybe small discounts.
I think mostly it just the flavour of the month type of stuff and also some small things like generally lian-li cases have awful cable management and their fan filters are a bit odd. Alu cases also scratch and ding up really easily and are not as sturdy in general which most people don't like.


Quote: Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Agreed.

I rather prefer steel over aluminum for case material, as with steel I can use magnetic dust filters. You cannot do that with aluminum as those types of filters need a peel and stick solution to mount the filters to.

Also aluminum cases tend to be weightier over their steel counterparts.
I think you mean the other way around regarding weight? My PC-P90N is not very heavy considering how giant that case is. Agreed on dust filters like I said above, most aluminum cases simply lack modern updates which is why they sell poorly.

For the tempered glass lian-li cases, they know glass weighs a lot so there is no point to having an alu structure since you don't get the weight savings.

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