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Gallery My Lian Li Q11 build

Paul88

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Hello everyone,

The reason I built this computer is im moving to Australia and I wanted to bring a computer (lugging around a atx case didnt sound like a fun idea. Not to mention this one will fit in my carry on so I don't have to worry about baggage handlers.) I started off with a Lian Li Q08 case. I loved it but it was still a little on the big side.

Specs:

-Q6600 @ stock speeds (I wanted to get a aftermarket hsf but finding one that will fit well using dominator ram seemed to be too hard, I dont have any more time to look so it will be bought in Aus so I can get a little of a OC out of it.)
-Zotac 9300 G-E mini itx
-4GB 2X2GB corsair dominator ram
-Visiontek 4870
-500GB wd drive
-sata dvd burner

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If anyone is looking to build an Itx computer but not concerned with hdd space I'd highly recommend this case. It is not the easiest build I have ever done but I think that it turned out rather nicely.
 

Dead Things

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I verily less-than-three my Q11 HTPC. And yes - it was a challenging build, but the result is ideal in my case and well worth the effort. Modular PSU is a must!

You've done a nice job!
 

Paul88

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Im happy to say that customs gave me no problem bring the computer into australia and every thing is working perfectly. survived 24 hours worth of traveling :thumb:
 

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