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The best of Lian Li's PC-7HX modding contest

The best of Lian Li's PC-7HX modding contest


Lian Li announced its PC-7HX-based case mod competition a couple of months ago and it's finally closed with the projects going up for voting on its Facebook page.

There are only seven projects, but we have to say that the standard is super-high, with some absolutely awesome pieces of work on show. Here's a selection of them and make sure you head over to the Facebook page to vote and to see more of them via the links to the project logs.

First up is Grafit by Alain Simpels. There's an insane amount to like about this project - the custom reservoir that takes up the entire roof area, extensive modding of the case, water-cooling eye-candy on the inside and awesome colour coordination. Well done Alain.

The best of Lian Li's PC-7HX modding contest The best of Lian Li's PC-7HX modding contest
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The best of Lian Li's PC-7HX modding contest The best of Lian Li's PC-7HX modding contest
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The best of Lian Li's PC-7HX modding contest The best of Lian Li's PC-7HX modding contest
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Also in the running is bit-tech regular K.3nny with another water cooling-themed take on the PC-7HX. This time, it's the tubing that's the centre of attention as K.3nny has used acrylic tubes bent to shape to create this super-clean look.

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The best of Lian Li's PC-7HX modding contest The best of Lian Li's PC-7HX modding contest
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Head over the page to see more eye-candy.