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Here is my finished 011 dynamic XL build. I have build a water cooled PC a few years back but it was a soft tubing and barb set up. This is my first hard line build. I was pretty nervous about doing the tube bends but after some practice it became pretty easy. I had started out using the Thermaltake bending kit but I noticed I was getting better bends just doing it by hand. The hardest bend by far was the short bend between the top of the distribution block and the upper radiator.

Anyway I could ramble on but here are the specs and some pics, enjoy.

Specs are as follows:

Lian Li 011 dynamic XL case silver
EK momentum CPU block
Phanteks Glacier GPU block
EK PE 360 upper Rad
EK XE 360 Lower Rad
EK Torque HTC fittings 16mm
EK PETG tubing
EK Distroplate for 011 Dynamic
Fluid EK Cryofuel Blood red
Cabelmod cables
Thermaltake Riing Trio fans with TT sync controller for Aura integration

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EVGA G2 1000W Supernova PSU (old but still good !)
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That looks awesome. I have been seriously considering changing my case over to the Lian Li 011 Dynamic XL and your build pics certainly has helped in making that decision.
I would appreciate it if you would provide the lengths you used for your cable mod cables.

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Quote: Originally Posted by jfrob75 View Post
That looks awesome. I have been seriously considering changing my case over to the Lian Li 011 Dynamic XL and your build pics certainly has helped in making that decision.
I would appreciate it if you would provide the lengths you used for your cable mod cables.

Thanks, I had priced out doing custom sleeves cables with specific lengths but In the end I bought a stock set of cables from cable mod. There is enough space behind the motherboard to stash the extra cables.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Hardrock View Post
Here is my finished 011 dynamic XL build. I have build a water cooled PC a few years back but it was a soft tubing and barb set up. This is my first hard line build. I was pretty nervous about doing the tube bends but after some practice it became pretty easy. I had started out using the Thermaltake bending kit but I noticed I was getting better bends just doing it by hand. The hardest bend by far was the short bend between the top of the distribution block and the upper radiator.

Anyway I could ramble on but here are the specs and some pics, enjoy.

Specs are as follows:

Lian Li 011 dynamic XL case silver
EK momentum CPU block
Phanteks Glacier GPU block
EK PE 360 upper Rad
EK XE 360 Lower Rad
EK Torque HTC fittings 16mm
EK PETG tubing
EK Distroplate for 011 Dynamic
Fluid EK Cryofuel Blood red
Cabelmod cables
Thermaltake Riing Trio fans with TT sync controller for Aura integration

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Corsair MP600 Nvme 1TB x 2 ( PCIe 4.0 !!)
Samsung Evo 860 2TB SSD
EVGA G2 1000W Supernova PSU (old but still good !)
Nice build mate...great job.

Quote: Originally Posted by jfrob75 View Post
That looks awesome. I have been seriously considering changing my case over to the Lian Li 011 Dynamic XL and your build pics certainly has helped in making that decision.
I would appreciate it if you would provide the lengths you used for your cable mod cables.
It's an excellent case. Out of respect I'll refrain from posting my build here, but you can find it in other threads if you're interesting in seeing what it looks like with the brushed black case.

Regarding the cables, yea even the cablemod replacements that I bought for my XL case are a bit too much, but I've managed to get it all sorted ... it ain't pretty inside the back of the case, but the side panel closes so ....... lol .... I'll take it. ie... the cables could be a lot shorter for sure. Especially the Mobo power cables... ooof.. way too long, pretty much for any case....

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Nice build.
How long are your PSU cables? I'm going to have to redo mine for shorter cables

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Nice build.
How long are your PSU cables? I'm going to have to redo mine for shorter cables
Its a stock set of cable mod cables. I just tucked the extra cable behind the MOBO tray. I thought about doing custom cables but in the end it seemed like an unnecessary expense.
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nice job, only thing I would have tried was bending the pipes directly into the CPU and GPU and do away with the restriction from the those hard 90 fittings but that's me still done a fine job

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nice job, only thing I would have tried was bending the pipes directly into the CPU and GPU and do away with the restriction from the those hard 90 fittings but that's me still done a fine job
Yes I thought about that but this was my first hard line bend attempt so i just went the easy route lol. I may try it at some point.
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Yes I thought about that but this was my first hard line bend attempt so i just went the easy route lol. I may try it at some point.

Yes I was In the same predicament but I had plenty of spare tube so I just went for it If you do decide to change it one day, be interesting to see if you get a better flow rate

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