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    whuzabi´s LianLi A71FB

    LianLi A71FB Elegance

    my new work will powered by





    maybe is someone that will help me too

    ok lets go this is what i got first



    but what the hell is in there





    ok sry i got better pic´s before but

    maybe this ?












    enough impression what is to do ????

    first i wish to cut a hole for the radiator.



    but theres a problem

    maybe i need some coverplate



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    Aweeeesome. Will be looking at this really closely since I just received my PC-A71F on friday . Interested to see what you will do with yours . Gotta say that I was surprised by the size of the case . Really looks smaller in pictures.
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    first i got my aquaero LT back vom aquacomputer



    after this i got a coverplate



    everybody say u can put a 2x120mm rad in the front.... but the new one got 2x140 in the front. because of this i have to take this coverplate. and no i dont buy a 2x140 because theres no tfc 140mm rad

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    Sweet hardware there whuzabi, I loved your last build and really looking forward to see what you can do with this.
    Now I off to find out more about the aquaero LT.

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    the LT is the light version without a display. because i dont look for it and make all with the software. so i decidet for the light.

    and some pictures more

    here is my cpu cooler. its a special production from my friend andre of anfitec





    and here u can see the old white pom vs the new fullcopper soleil



    and here u can see the new tfc quad radi in my silver brushed look





    and here u can see the little brother



    hes not finished but here it is



    how u like it ?

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    wow!

    amazing paint!

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    Quote Originally Posted by illidan View Post
    wow!

    amazing paint!
    Indeed
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    Quote Originally Posted by whuzabi View Post
    how u like it ?
    oh yeah, it is something fresh in rad coloring, very nice brushed texture looks soo cool on this exchangers

    and that AC coverplate is just awesome! I don't need any coverplates right now but your pic makes me WANT one

    following your log from this moment
    Last edited by aka_GK; 12-19-2009 at 09:13 AM.
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    so much good comments i like it here

    i have decided to paint the cover silver too



    and i make the topchop









    my wish was it to let the frontpanel alive. and its done.

    Last edited by whuzabi; 12-19-2009 at 09:20 AM.

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    Really sweet work there champ, I really like the way you have cut the holes for the rads, round corners with flat sides make it look classy.

    I also like the look of that CPU block, will be nice to see how well it works, temp wise.

    Glad you painted the fan grill too.

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    Great job, i would invert the fans though. Suck air out of the case, respect the normal flow as in 'hot air goes up'.
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    wow , that brushed look on the rads is amazing

    Can you explain how did you do that ?

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    hot air goes up but with water its wayne

    it was a lot of blablabla but i get it











    i dont like the screws but u dont get other with m3 an 65mm i think i must take some special corners for the triebwerk

    here u can see the frontpanel fits








    EDIT:

    so rad is a special color from "house of color" u make a black tone with the special silver paint over and than u can take some sandpaper ore a spongebob. i take took some abrasive
    Last edited by whuzabi; 12-19-2009 at 10:27 AM.

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    very nice job man..
    i like your rad work.. the fans are nice too!


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    last pictures because thats all i have done since now





    this i my pump holder thats are a part of the cut in the top

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    The rad paint looks incredible, very fresh. Definitely like the black fans better than the clear if they remain visible through the top of the case.

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    Where do you put your PSU?
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    I love the pump holder a lot actually.

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    hi

    very nice,please more pictures!
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    nice.
    awesome job on the cutting with the dremel! looks professional


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    Quote Originally Posted by exe163 View Post
    Where do you put your PSU?
    heres a old position pic.


    Quote Originally Posted by pwolfe View Post
    I love the pump holder a lot actually.
    thanks a lot i hope i got no vibrations

    Quote Originally Posted by mit78 View Post
    very nice,please more pictures!
    sry i dont have more in this time. maybe on the christmas days with the new hardware

    Quote Originally Posted by josk1 View Post
    nice.
    awesome job on the cutting with the dremel! looks professional
    i like it too. i got a lot of probs with positions

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    How long is the Reservoir... for that matter how tall is that motherboard tray, inside dimensions, I plan on mounting a Reservoir in the same spot but I want to use a small one, and I am trying to figure out the sizes. Thanks ^.^

    Oh and I love the work.
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    In that case, bring on Christmas Days.

    Is there any chance you can use counter sunk screws for the rad mont on top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedFang300 View Post
    How long is the Reservoir... for that matter how tall is that motherboard tray, inside dimensions, I plan on mounting a Reservoir in the same spot but I want to use a small one, and I am trying to figure out the sizes. Thanks ^.^

    Oh and I love the work.
    this is a 250mm magiccool. maybe i change it against a EK ore another one i will see how it works with the tubes

    Quote Originally Posted by kgtiger View Post
    In that case, bring on Christmas Days.

    Is there any chance you can use counter sunk screws for the rad mont on top?
    the problem is there is no screw in 65mm

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    Nicely done!
    Another great work by whuzabi

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