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Lian Li SP750 750W 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply + O11D Mini-X ATX Computer Case EXPIRED

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Lian Li via Newegg has Lian Li SP750 750W Full Modular 80+ Gold Power Supply + O11D Mini-X ATX Mini Tower Computer Case for $169.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Lian Li SP750 Performance 750-Watt Power Supply
    • 750-Watt maximum power
    • 80 Plus Gold Certified
    • SFX Form Factor
    • Single Fan (92mm)
    • Fully Modular Design
    • Japanese Capacitors
    • 5-Year Warranty
  • Lian Li O11D Mini-X ATX Mini Tower Computer Case
    • Case Type: ATX Mini Tower
    • Tempered Glass Side / Front Panel Windows
    • Dust filters on bottom, top and side.
    • Fits Micro ATX / ATX / Mini-ITX motherboards
    • 2x 3.5" bays / 2x 2.5" bays
    • Expansion Slots: 3 or 5 or 7 slots (Depends on back panel)
    • Top Panel features 2x USB 3.0 Ports / 1x USB 3.1 Type C Port / HD Audio Port
    • Max Graphics Card Length: 395mm
    • Max CPU Cooler Height: 172mm
    • Aluminum / SPCC material
    • Dimensions: 14.96" x 10.61" x 16.54"
    • 1-Year Warranty

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Anyone her complaining about this case or saying it maybe a "hard build" have never used a Lian Li case before.

I can guarantee this case will be much easier to work with than anything from Corsair or Thermaltake.
A full size ATX mobo will fit, but not an ATX PSU.
I picked this up last year same deal from Newegg. Really nice, solid, well built case. I have z690-atx, i7-12700, and 3080Ti running off the included 750PSU.

Works great and was easy to work in.really, really flexible in layout. May be overwhelming for first time case.
1) only take SFX or SFX-L, really wish it took ATX
2) check YouTube for front display mods (or pics), I did same and it's amazing
3) it doesn't officially support 360AIO, again YouTube making spacers to make it fit.

Edit: paid $150 last year for both

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This any good. Want to build my first PC
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Interesting. I wonder how this mini size would limit the types of motherboards you could install.
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Quote from Dynamite_Dolemite :
This any good. Want to build my first PC
For your first build I would look a slightly larger case. Thermaltake S100 or 4000/5000D airflow from Cosair; or something similar.
Quote from The_Abbot :
Interesting. I wonder how this mini size would limit the types of motherboards you could install.
Specs show ATX/mATX/mini ATX
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For your first build I would look a slightly larger case. Thermaltake S100 or 4000/5000D airflow from Cosair; or something similar.

Specs show ATX/mATX/mini ATX
Yeah I saw that after my post. LOL I guess the only limitation one might deal with is if they wanted to use a waterblock. Might be a tight fit, if it will fit at all.
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Originally bought this case from MIcro Center but had to return it because it wouldn't fit my ATX power supply. Seemed like a good case other than that. If you're looking to upgrade the included PSU in the future, just know this case only fits SFX power supplies.
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Quote from Dynamite_Dolemite :
This any good. Want to build my first PC
I concur with @Drumbic. The Corsair 5000D is an excellent case. Great thermals, especially if you fit it with the mesh front panel. Really easy to work with. Fantastic cable management. Comes with 3 120mm fans. I built a system for my son using that case in Jan. Absolutely love it. You can get it for $100 (with $30 rebate) from NE...https://slickdeals.net/f/15708775-corsair-5000d-tempered-glass-mid-tower-atx-pc-case-after-30-mail-in-rebate-99-99?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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Anyone her complaining about this case or saying it maybe a "hard build" have never used a Lian Li case before.

I can guarantee this case will be much easier to work with than anything from Corsair or Thermaltake.
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Quote from The_Abbot :
Interesting. I wonder how this mini size would limit the types of motherboards you could install.
I picked this up last year same deal from Newegg. Really nice, solid, well built case. I have z690-atx, i7-12700, and 3080Ti running off the included 750PSU.

Works great and was easy to work in.really, really flexible in layout. May be overwhelming for first time case.
1) only take SFX or SFX-L, really wish it took ATX
2) check YouTube for front display mods (or pics), I did same and it's amazing
3) it doesn't officially support 360AIO, again YouTube making spacers to make it fit.

Edit: paid $150 last year for both
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Yea I also got this late last year too for around $160 at Newegg. Solid case and highly rated PSU. watch out for some sharp edges, but install was a breeze.
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Got this last time it was live. Love this set up. Easy to build in, great thermals. Finished product screams quality.
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Quote from reron :
I picked this up last year same deal from Newegg. Really nice, solid, well built case. I have z690-atx, i7-12700, and 3080Ti running off the included 750PSU.

Works great and was easy to work in.really, really flexible in layout. May be overwhelming for first time case.
1) only take SFX or SFX-L, really wish it took ATX
2) check YouTube for front display mods (or pics), I did same and it's amazing
3) it doesn't officially support 360AIO, again YouTube making spacers to make it fit.

Edit: paid $150 last year for both
So a full size ATX board will not fit?
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So a full size ATX board will not fit?
A full size ATX mobo will fit, but not an ATX PSU.
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