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Lian Li O11D- Mini....(latest post with AIO Up top in ATX format)

Discussion in 'Case Central' started by orbitalwalsh, 7 Jan 2020.

  1. D4N

    Gangster

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    It’s a be quiet straight power 11 I’m going to try to get in. I have still got my old be quiet sfx unit if all else fails, but I’m quietly confident I can make something work with an atx.

    And it’s a full size atx motherboard I’m using too, just to make things easy!
     
  2. Toothy1911

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    Location: Coventry

    Should fit where you say. Could need to be air cooled only. Likely the bottom and side radiators will be partially blocked by the psu.
     
  3. D4N

    Gangster

    Joined: 7 Jun 2020

    Posts: 181

    Cool, thanks for looking into it. Nice to know I haven’t wasted money ordering it. Going to be a nice little project when it arrives :)

    I use an external loop, so no problems with the cooling side. Apart from making some holes for the pipes to pass through!
     
  4. CheckCompaniesHouse

    Associate

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    That's pretty much my intention, except with a micro ATX and maybe a vertically mounted GPU.
     
  5. ps3ud0

    Caporegime

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    Location: Luton ;)

    Hi all, been waiting for this for a while as was hoping it was a revised O11D with all round 140mm fan support.

    If it had a bit more room at the top so it fitted a 280mm AIO with an ATX mobo I'd be happy. Sadly it doesn't seem to fit a 35mm rad in the side at the back.

    SFX is annoying but not end of the world...

    ps3ud0 :cool:
     
  6. Jamin280672

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    This is basically the setup im aiming for, but in black rather than white, and a D120 Distro plate in the back rather than a fan, good to know its all going to fit quite nicely.

     
  7. Mark011

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    that setup has £225 worth of fans LOL
     
  8. Jamin280672

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    Yup, i'll be using the Thermaltake fans I already have, ive got 6, need another 4, already got the rads in my current build, need the vertical mount too, when it comes out.
     
  9. HoneyBadger

    Mobster

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    I recently moved to a Corsair 280X from a Razer Lian Li O11D.

    I’m not fully happy with the Corsair, so it’s coming down to this case or the NR200P. So far the 200P is just winning.
     
  10. kohlditz

    Mobster

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    Location: London innit

    Was waiting for this, looks like a great case but it's massive which is kind of missing the point.
     
  11. koooowweeee

    Soldato

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    Location: Manchester

    What rads can comfortably fit in the case with a large res and d5 pump combo?
     
  12. HoneyBadger

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    watch this
     
  13. koooowweeee

    Soldato

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    Thanks for that. Much better video than what I've seen so far.

    Think I need the normal one or the midi size one. But neither in stock and I needed it for a Christmas present :(
     
  14. ZXSpectrum

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    You are kinda missing the point.. it could also be tiny depending on how you look at it... ;)
     
  15. Adam296

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    Hi - Put in a pre-order for o11 mini on 23rd Nov. Just got odd e.mail from OC which I assume is a standard automated response. The ETA was in January anyway. Still thanks for all the efforts OC it must be a nightmare with all the logistical problems and demand/supply challenge. I hope you get to have some time off over the holidays to rest from the maelstrom. :)

    "Thank you for your recent order with Overclockers UK, we apologise for any inconvenience caused but we have not been able to process your order as you have out of stock items on your order. With further issues being experienced at UK Ports, we are moving ETAs on a daily basis, we are still expecting delivery early January 2020 but as mentioned this may change, we are sorry for the inconvenience that this may have caused. If you are happy to maintain your order we will email you to confirm dispatch as soon as the item(s) in question are available to ship. However if the item is listed below as end of line you will need to amend or refund. ETA: On order with supplier
     
  16. Toothy1911

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    Hi Adam - Few of us discussing and keeping up to date on the official product launch page here: https://www.overclockers.co.uk/foru...le-for-preorder.18907801/page-2#post-34350239. Worth subscribing to, so you're up to date.
     
  17. Petrolhead

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    I started a thread the other day looking for a mAtx case that would take a 360 AIO. Looks like this will fit the bill :)
     
  18. Petrolhead

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    has anyone found the user manual for this case
     
    Last edited: 20 Dec 2020
  19. uscool

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    Hi, is that at the top of the case ? wont fit looking at this

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fo9LRrQ5T4
     
    Last edited: 20 Dec 2020
  20. Toothy1911

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