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Extreme Lian Li by Ediejo

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will. 3rd July 2006, 13:50 Quote
big 'n' green... just how i like em :D
Lazlow 3rd July 2006, 14:03 Quote
Fantastic! Good to see the changes too! It must be hard throwing away some older ideas (such as the space interior and logo on the lower case) in favour of new ones.
koola 3rd July 2006, 14:31 Quote
Stunning! That's a great piece of work, well done ;)
bubsterboo 3rd July 2006, 14:37 Quote
looks great!
sl1xx 3rd July 2006, 14:41 Quote
wow this is the bomb little bit to big for me tho but it is a kool casemod ! look forward to seeing more mods from you :-)
mclean007 3rd July 2006, 14:47 Quote
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Originally Posted by will.
big 'n' green... just how i like em :D
Seriously? I should introduce you to my friend Shrek... :D
TheEclypse 3rd July 2006, 15:25 Quote
Wow, that things a beast.
Leitchy 3rd July 2006, 15:32 Quote
Would be interesting to test out the angle which it will tip at. Be ammusing to have a few friends over, and someone accidently leant on the machine!!!
will. 3rd July 2006, 15:56 Quote
its probally similar to a bus... everything super heavy is at the bottom, so it would be able to lean quite far before going crunch.
DXR_13KE 3rd July 2006, 16:03 Quote
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Originally Posted by mclean007
Seriously? I should introduce you to my friend Shrek... :D

let me introduce my friend Hulk :D

this case is realy....huge....i like it :D
eR1k 3rd July 2006, 16:09 Quote
This mod is definitely my favourite mod. A well deserved front page article.
Spacecowboy92 3rd July 2006, 16:27 Quote
Thats massive. I realy like the acrilic 'sandwhich' for the light.
Dustin 3rd July 2006, 16:31 Quote
that case is so ugly i can hardly stand that green light.I prefer clean green light from tygon tubing or plexi + leds,like orac3.It looks like very very cheap mod to me.
Bindibadgi 3rd July 2006, 16:38 Quote
Could you please tell me what those polishing bits are exactly please! :)

That is a very very nice mod. Just the kind I like: practicle, neat, no BS. A classic mod that's well done.
Kipman725 3rd July 2006, 17:08 Quote
nice with all that cooling you better be running an insane overclock ;)
=KOFis= 3rd July 2006, 17:24 Quote
u rly like LAN parties, dont u? :D :D :D :D
Payne280 3rd July 2006, 18:29 Quote
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Originally Posted by =KOFis=
u rly like LAN parties, dont u? :D :D :D :D
bet it's hard to take that case to any lans
Stwongbad 3rd July 2006, 18:54 Quote
Ive read that project log and I couldnt wait till it was on the frontpage as he totally deserved it for all that work I still cant get over the size ; could we get some measurements on the height on that thing?

SFF,mid tower, full tower, extreme lian-li....
Firehed 3rd July 2006, 19:08 Quote
Well done, though I don't think I could stand having a machine where there's more than one section that seems like they could become detached from each other. Still, some relatively simple aesthetic changes that aren't OTT are where it's at for me.
g3n3tiX 3rd July 2006, 19:22 Quote
I like it, but I have 2 questions : -sound level ? Is there any damping on the compressor ? the fans near the upper parts look silent, so are the ones near the cpu ?
- weight...as well as dimensions, like Stwongbad said.
Ramble 3rd July 2006, 19:51 Quote
Now pick it up, that'll really impress me.
Stwongbad 3rd July 2006, 20:17 Quote
Ive read that project log and I couldnt wait till it was on the frontpage as he totally deserved it for all that work I still cant get over the size ; could we get some measurements on the height on that thing?

SFF,mid tower, full tower, extreme lian-li....
Sathy 3rd July 2006, 22:12 Quote
Pretty nice mod you got there, although a bit too big for my taste.
Obviously alot of attention to detail which is always a plus in modding and clearly you have talent in putting things together!

Being such a huge case, I wonder how much the whole system weight is....something like 30 kilos? Got some sort of special rig for transporting it or?
Marquee 3rd July 2006, 22:12 Quote
I have this guys on my msn list lets just say this guy is super skilled and always willing to help out and give his idea on how to try a mod. This mod is A+++
Ediejo 3rd July 2006, 22:23 Quote
Hello bit-tech readers!

First of all so sorry for my late reaction.
Thank you all for your responses. Here are some of the answers to your questions.


The weight of the Extreme Lian Li, with the wooden container for transport to LAN party’s.

90 kilo =14.173 Stones = 198.42 Pound

http://www.ediejo.nl/Casemod/CJ363

Ramble, somebody else toke the photo when I was lifting that case in the wooden-container. I can not find it. Make a new one later. ;)
When I go to a lanparty, I transport it with my VW Caddy. See the wooden container on the left side. ;)

http://www.ediejo.nl/Casemod/CJ378

The height 24 cm, for the prometeia 2 cm plexi, 59,5 cm for the Lian Lipc-70, again 2cm plexi and at last 24 cm for the water-cooling.

Total height from the case 111,5 cm = 44 Inches

The greater part of the case is in the bottom-half, so I can asure you, the system is quite solid on the ground.

About the noise. Only when it starting up it makes some noise. What you hear then is the Prometeia. When the Prometeia is running on -45 degrees Celsius, the noise level goes down. There are three 120mm fans for the water-cooling. And four 80mm case fans inside the case. Even when the system is overclocked it has enough cooling power so that the case fans can do the work on 7 volt. When it’s running on stock settings I can switch down the water-cooling fans. The water-cooling part is separated from the case. So the water transports the heat outside the case. It is not influenced by the heat from the case. I think that makes a big difference between using water-cooling radiators outside the case.

This was my first casemod and I worked out till the end. I do my best to show some more casemods from me here. I am still working on some more cases now.

Some special thanks: To my sponsor. Point of View. And to Frenkie for translating this artikel.

Thank you for the compliments. I hope to see you soon.
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