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the Lian Li PC-70 - the Lian Li PC-70
Mon Feb 05, 2001 | 1:15A| PermaLink
In a conventional layout, bottom-vent PSUs can be a good thing; they suck air straight from the CPU area. But the PC-70's got that big mounting box in the way, and it's riveted in place so cutting a vent hole in it will be a bit annoying. There's nothing stopping you from drilling out the pop rivets and replacing them with bolts later, of course. On the plus side, if your PSU doesn't have a vent in an awkward place - and most of them don't - the mounting box is otherwise absolutely ideal for fancy case-mod adventures; there's room for a compact water cooling radiator in front of the extra rear fan mounts, for instance. And it wouldn't be hard to hack in a whole second PSU mount for your Peltiers, preposterous fans and so on, either. And, of course, you really don't need the PSU fan to help you with ventilation when you've already got four 80mm fans mounted as standard.

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