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Old 14-01-05, 10:05 PM
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PC 75 + Mach 2 GT

Here's a picture of my PC75 + Mach 2 GT. I haven't had time to place hardware in it yet, but I thought you guys would like to see this.

Here's a sneakpeak, more pictures will come later this week!



Greets Tim (from the Netherlands!)

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Old 14-01-05, 10:13 PM
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Look nice m8.. i so need a 75....
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Old 14-01-05, 10:15 PM
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Looking good mate. Should have my PC75 for this rig in 2 weeks. You just got it on standard size Mach II with overhang at the back or you modded for the sizes to match? You got any more pics as it is now?
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Old 14-01-05, 11:11 PM
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Looking good mate. Should have my PC75 for this rig in 2 weeks. You just got it on standard size Mach II with overhang at the back or you modded for the sizes to match? You got any more pics as it is now?
Haven't got more pics on this moment, will post some this week.

Right now I have overhang, but the plan is that I'm going to make new sidepanels for it
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Old 14-01-05, 11:37 PM
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Haven't got more pics on this moment, will post some this week.

Right now I have overhang, but the plan is that I'm going to make new sidepanels for it
The sides are only adonised ally sheet aren't they? With some screw holes or something - might be worth seeing if theres much interest in such panels as a product option?

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Old 14-01-05, 11:57 PM
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The sides are only adonised ally sheet aren't they? With some screw holes or something - might be worth seeing if theres much interest in such panels as a product option?

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Id buy some...
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Old 15-01-05, 02:35 PM
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The sides are only adonised ally sheet aren't they? With some screw holes or something - might be worth seeing if theres much interest in such panels as a product option?

sw
I think ECT should do a newer revision Prommie with Alu kit as standard, with bigger casing to just screw it on, and offer a Lian Li PC75 kit with slightly longer side panels and a 'filler' piece to match the upper case. Well thats my opinion, I know I'd prefer that even though I'm gonna live with overhang.
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Old 15-01-05, 02:55 PM
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I know I'd prefer that even though I'm gonna live with overhang.
Hey m8, my trousers have had to live with an 'overhang' for ages - too many pies!

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Old 15-01-05, 03:09 PM
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That looks similar to mine. Bloody tall isn't it
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Old 16-01-05, 11:39 AM
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You'd need planning permission for something that tall where I live!

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