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Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic - Demciflex Filters installed.. cat then sick on them !

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by orbitalwalsh, Jul 6, 2018.

  1. ubiquity

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    The coolermaster looks great in the 011D, not sure if anyone has verified how far close to the glass the Phanteks unit would get...
     
  2. BBThread

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    @orbitalwalsh did you find you got much better intake from your fans with the demciflex filters on the O11 D?

    I was watching the video about the Lian Li filters being a bit crap. I've already removed the top filter where I have the exhaust fans.
     
  3. orbitalwalsh

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    can feel the air exhausting a lot more with the demci filters on !!!!! thats for sure !
     
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    What about on your intakes? Did you record some nice temp changes?
     
  5. ubiquity

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    Am I right in thinking that for pressure optimised fans, the Lian-Li filters would have less of an impact than for standard case fans?
     
  6. orbitalwalsh

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    I have Bequiet Silent wings and stock filters are still naff . But have the option to run at 90% all the time and is silent compared to most systems
     
  7. ubiquity

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    Ah, thats pretty comprensive then, the Lian-Li filters and just terrible ;) Is there a kit available for the 011-D or did you just by each filter panel seperately?
     
  8. orbitalwalsh

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    I went to their site direct. Have mentioned to OCUK to order a large batch.
    Their is a kit of can buy the panels needed, as the kit is for the Air version and dual PSU filters .
    Its Its extra charge FedEx use that is a rip off
     
  9. loonyk

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    is it?
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  10. orbitalwalsh

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    ^^^ most install with bottom support , but can just use fans to support it :)
     
  11. loonyk

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    card isn't touching the fans
     
  12. orbitalwalsh

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    Nice, sorry, just remembered builds with rads in them
     
  13. HKZonda

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    Really big thanks to @orbitalwalsh for introducing these Demciflex filters
    the weather gets hotter lately and the windows are wide opened for 24/7, hence more dust floating in and the filters are doing their amazing jobs well!
    :D
     
  14. orbitalwalsh

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    nice! mines gets a lot because... its sat there doing nothing :( damn kids !!! and 3rd inbound . whats worse!!!! i now have to put it in this !!!

    https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/hemnes-desk-white-10402412/

    !!! @Plec this is it... retirement from PC Gaming ! if it fits in that door and it closes... will be laid to rest like an Egyptian Pharaoh - only to be discovered again in a decade !
     
  15. Plec

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    @orbitalwalsh did you confirm cubby hole size?

    That is going to be a tight squeeze for your case from the pics - the Fjalla storage box (pictured i think(?)) inside the cupboard is 25cm wide from description.

    You may need to apply some lateral thinking to get the case in and then let it breathe...

    /hopes i'm wrong.
     
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  16. orbitalwalsh

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    @Plec

    Bi*ch was told it would fit... The b***h being myself .. haha ..

    So heres hoping. Sure the back is solid too... So might have to cut it or figure how to wirelessly power a PSU !!!

    Rtx 2080 is going to melt it and I have a poor 2700 chip that eats 1.47v for 3.9ghz all cores !!!

    iTX is was forward. Sliger SM580 !!!
     
  17. Plec

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    @orbitalwalsh - ditch the case and make the cubby hole the actual case:

    [​IMG]

    You could have an RGB modded front - i'm sure your wife would love that idea.


    Some inspiration for you - imagine it's the cubby hole of your desk:

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  18. orbitalwalsh

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    @Plec think it might just remain a piece of hardware beauty hidden away haha
     
  19. Plec

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    2 young kids and another due imminently plus a full time job - you have loads of free time...
     
  20. HKZonda

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    Yours a Ryzen 7 while I am using a 7-year-old E3 1220v2 (just spoiled my i7 3770k deliding it, memory error on slot 1&2) with 1080Ti
    your cpu have way more juice to squeeze. Dont let it dusted!