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Few weeks ago we have reviewed a tiny and well made Lian Li ITX case. Since it's not a secret that I really love small and powerful ITX rigs, I have decided to build something inside this fantastic aluminum case. The size is pretty small but despite this thing there is enough space for a high-end aircooler and a GTX980/970. Hovewer if you more curious about this case, on following you can read my review.

At the moment I haven't all the hardware with me so the spec list is not totally confirmed

Cpu: Intel Core i5-6600K
Mainboard: MSI Z170I Gaming Pro AC
Ram: KLEVV Essencore 2x8GB
Cooler: Be quiet! Dark Rock 3 SilentiumPC Fortis 3 MCE
Graphics card: MSI GTX970 Gaming
SSD: Kingston Fury 240GB
Case: Lian Li PC-Q10WX
Power Supply: Seasonic X-650 + Cablemod

Today I have done few pictures of the first components that I have already around me

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Posted on: 2015/12/11 20:50

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Thanks to Cablemod for this amazing cables! I preferred mixed cables because the MSI is black and red... Let's see!

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Perfect match on the tiny ITX from MSI!

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Some detail with MSI GTX 970 Gaming in place
I tried also with MSI GTX 980 Gaming but there is no space, you have to remove I/O front panel.

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Posted on: 2015/12/11 20:51

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Looks like this is going to be a really nice project. I guess you're aiming for clean
As always, I like the pics your taking

Posted on: 2015/12/11 21:26
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Thanks!
Regarding the SSD I don't know I could have around a M.2 2260 but..I don't remember where is Maybe inside some notebook or so.
Since the little MSI is compatible with M.2 up to 2260 could be a good deal. No SATA cables around..hmm

Posted on: 2015/12/12 9:34
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Quote:

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Thanks!
Regarding the SSD I don't know I could have around a M.2 2260 but..I don't remember where is Maybe inside some notebook or so.
Since the little MSI is compatible with M.2 up to 2260 could be a good deal. No SATA cables around..hmm


lol I told you to order a full set

Posted on: 2015/12/12 15:44
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lol I told you to order a full set

you are right but I don't want cables around we will see with GPU in place how much space I have haha

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Looking good - it's interesting to see that you fitted the Dark Rock 3 in, as it appears to be larger than recommended by Lian Li. Can you tell me how much clearance there is between the cooler and side window?

Posted on: 2015/12/19 16:14
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Looking good - it's interesting to see that you fitted the Dark Rock 3 in, as it appears to be larger than recommended by Lian Li. Can you tell me how much clearance there is between the cooler and side window?


Hello Guvmeister and welcome on ocaholic!
The clearance between side panel and cooler is almost nothing, maybe few mm. I will check it more in detail tomorrow or on monday. In addition if you haven't very low profile memory, I suggest to use the cooler with a 120mm fan instead the original 140mm since there is no space.

I was quite surprised too to be honest and I'm quite happy since the cooler is awesome and looks very good. I will update the worklog -hopefully- after holidays with all the hardware.

Posted on: 2015/12/19 17:27
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Due to the fact that the BeQuiet! is too big for this case, I replaced with Fortis3 Malik Custom Edition from SilentiumPC. This cooler with interchangeable top plates is only 158mm.

Little preview!
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Perfect match!
Thanks Malik and SilentiumPC

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