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Thread: Lian Li V1K+2 evolution (MK I -> II -> III)

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    Lian Li V1K+2 evolution (MK I -> II -> III)

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    Black Ice GTS120
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    Last edited by Philwong; 02-03-2010 at 09:38 PM.

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    Swiftech GTZ
    Swiftech MCW30
    Swiftech MCW60
    Swiftech MCP655B
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    Black Ice GTS120 x 2
    Feser One
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    MK III

    Work in progress.










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    Black Ice GTS120 x 2
    Fluid XP+ Eco Earth
    Last edited by Philwong; 02-03-2010 at 03:33 AM.

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    Good project , i dont like the tubing with the coils and noctua fans dont fit in there very good , you could paint them red or something like that, how did you do the Biohazar symbol? ( Vinyl ?)

    You could also paint the inside of the case.. ( all black)

    Edit: oh its a work in progress looks better now but try to paint the case all black on the inside of it

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    MK III configuration is basically introduced for these purposes;

    - Full face block to cool the Asus 5870's VRM
    - Full auto thermal throttling of radiator fans via the Asus R2G and 5870. Two AC F12s are controlled via the CPU PWM header, while another pair is handled by the GFX.
    - Switch from 3/8" to 1/2" tubes using compression barbs and rotary fittings
    - A little bling for the fans

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raiden View Post
    Good project , i dont like the tubing with the coils and noctua fans dont fit in there very good , you could paint them red or something like that, how did you do the Biohazar symbol? ( Vinyl ?)

    You could also paint the inside of the case.. ( all black)

    Edit: oh its a work in progress looks better now but try to paint the case all black on the inside of it
    Thanks. I'm using acoustic foam to blend in the cables and actually prefer a contrasting silver instead of an all black interior.






    The biohazard artwork is custom airbrushed.


    The upgrade is almost completed except my Orbital Matrix Typhoon GX is down and waiting for RMA. Sigh.

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    Last edited by Philwong; 02-03-2010 at 03:35 AM.

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    Look really nice! 1606 Mhz tho?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anemic View Post
    Look really nice! 1606 Mhz tho?
    I've enabled SpeedStep in the bios. I only need 4GHz for my games and resource hungry apps, not for web browsing, MS Words, etc. Anyway, that's an outdated shot, my rig is now idling at 2.3GHz.

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    I like it so far.

    How many rads are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by .:R32 View Post
    I like it so far.

    How many rads are you using?
    Thanks. 2 x 120mm + 1 x 240mm.

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philwong View Post
    Thanks. 2 x 120mm + 1 x 240mm.

    Phil
    That is very, very impressive in that case!

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    Quote Originally Posted by .:R32 View Post
    That is very, very impressive in that case!
    Thanks man. This is about the most optimal layout IMHO without a major rework for the interior.

    Phil

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    WOW, that is one sweet build!
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    Quote Originally Posted by systemviper View Post
    WOW, that is one sweet build!
    Thanks... some night shots.






    Damn that LCD poster's blue backlit is near impossible to mod!!

    Phil
    Last edited by Philwong; 02-05-2010 at 01:31 AM.

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    Finally managed to mod it! World's first red Asus LCD poster! :b1:

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    Show time.

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    A Matrix Orbital GX Typhoon inverted tri-color to replace my faulty unit. At the "right" viewing angle, the background is supposed to be black, while the text is red. LOL. Just can't get the color right with my cam and too lazy to set custom white balance.

    I love the flexibility of LCD Studio combined with Everest Ultimate plug-in.

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    This is it for my humble project.

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    Congrats on completing your "humble" (Not!) project. It really came out nice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shazza View Post
    Congrats on completing your "humble" (Not!) project. It really came out nice.

    Thanks.. too many epic projects here in XS!

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    very nice V1000
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaRn ssR View Post
    very nice V1000
    Thanks. Please show us your V1K too.

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    now that's a neat v1000, bit old skool but nice

    shame its under your desk, it should be on it !
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    2 Questions:

    1. Where did you get that screen and what is it?
    2. how are those fans?

    awesome build btw!
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