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post #5091 of 5100 (permalink) Old 08-30-2019, 05:28 AM
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Yes. Did you already buy the case? I found this: LIAN LI Launches O11 Dynamic XL
I don't like the XL it's really really too big for me.
Considering the dynamic right now for my next threadripper E-ATX build

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I just purchased a Lian Li case lian li a75 wx.
I am using noctua fans in all my pc. Since i will start building and i am buying the components i was wondering if the 3 front fans (14) that case have are quiet and efficient or i must replace them. I like my pc dead quiet and i will put 10 hard drives on it. I searched the web and i couldn't find any rewiews on the fans of the case. I found this thread though :-) .
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I just purchased a Lian Li case lian li a75 wx.
I am using noctua fans in all my pc. Since i will start building and i am buying the components i was wondering if the 3 front fans (14) that case have are quiet and efficient or i must replace them. I like my pc dead quiet and i will put 10 hard drives on it. I searched the web and i couldn't find any rewiews on the fans of the case. I found this thread though :-) .
They look like your typical OEM fans, so probably not bad but not great either. I'd just try it with the stock fans first, and if you aren't satisfied, upgrade them.
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post #5096 of 5100 (permalink) Old 09-07-2019, 05:40 PM
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Anyone know if Lian Li is moving away from Taiwanese production? The new cases all seem like a downgrade in overall quality, but have better "design" ironically.
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I've been waiting to finally have a smaller form factor case that can fit 3 rads! I need to downsize from my Corsair 900D i'm just over the size and it's time to move on so i'll be selling that sucker with it's 480 Rads and a Monsta 240.

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Anyone know if Lian Li is moving away from Taiwanese production? The new cases all seem like a downgrade in overall quality, but have better "design" ironically.
Iirc Games Nexus did a tour of their Taiwanese facility semi recently and it included the new cases. They are just adjusting to a changing market imo.

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Iirc Games Nexus did a tour of their Taiwanese facility semi recently and it included the new cases. They are just adjusting to a changing market imo.
I saw that, but the new cases shown are mostly gamers nexus b-roll footage.

I question it because stuff like the dynamic, alpha, lancool, and most recently released TU150 all say "Made In China" on their boxes.

The higher end/More expensive and older Lian Li cases were all stamped with made in Taiwan. They also feature the classic rear case sticker which states the model of the product.

I'm sure the newer stuff is better than most case brands at competing price points, but theres a clear downgrade from the original Lian Li case manufacturing.
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Hi guys! I'm currently transitioning my build from a modded AIR 540 to the O11 Air which includes a 360 Eisbaer LT AIO (slim 25mm rad) on the CPU and a 240 AC Liquid Freezer (thick 38mm rad) with a Kraken G12 on the GPU. The fans I'm using at the moment are P12 redux 1300PWM (4 pieces), P14s redux 1200PWM (4 pieces) and one P14r redux 1500PWM.

Going through most of the previous posts I concluded that it's advisable to install the 360 AIO on the side and run it as an intake, whereas the 240 AIO for the GPU could either go in the front of the case as an intake or even perhaps in the bottom as an intake.


My idea of the whole thing is to actually:
1. mount the 360 rad as an intake in the front with 3 P12 redux fans;
2. mount the 240 rad on the side as an exhaust/intake(?) with 2 intake P12 redux fans;
3. install 1 P12redux and 1 P14r redux in the bottom of the case for providing more fresh air to the GPU and rads;
4. put 2 exhaust P14r 140mm fans in the top of the case.

I could also go with the 360 AIO in the top, but all of the generated system heat would be dumped onto the rad, so I'm a bit hesitating to go this route.
Btw., is it possible to drill some screw holes into the bottom of the case, so as to squeeze in 2 140mm fans?

What are your recommendations for this particular setup? Any input is highly appreciated.
Here's a pic with my build in the O11 Air.
Fan config is as follows: 2x140 P14s redux as top exhaust; 3x120 P12 redux on the 360 CPU AIO mounted on the side as exhaust; 2x120 P12 redux + 2x120 F12 PWM in push-pull mounted in the front on the 240 GPU AIO with the front filter removed.
A bottom 120 intake is a very tight fit because of the GPU AIO hoses, so I opted to leave it out. I may, however, mount a 92 rear exhaust which I'm not certain if it makes much of a difference.
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