Project: Lian Li PC-U6 Nautilus by RebootTech

Feb 13, 2013 Written by:ROG Article

Micro ATX builds are quite rare; watercooled micro ATX builds even more so. So what about a watercooled, micro ATX build in one of Lian Li's stunning and rare, PC-U6 Nautilus chassis? Well that's exactly what Arizona based modder RebootTech has done.  He's managed to cram a Maximus IV Gene-Z/Rev 3, a GeForce GTX 560 Ti, a custom sleeved power supply, two radiators and a 3/8" diameter watercooling loop into a case that really isn't designed or shaped for it, while still keeping it color coordinated and very clean. While acrylic windows are nothing new, this one was especially needed to replace the original perforated mesh in the side panel, in order to appreciably show off its insides. Good job all round!

Build Pictures

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Finished Pictures

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[gallery include="" size="medium" link="file" order="ASC" orderby="menu_order" template="file-gallery" columns="2"] For the full project log, head over to bit-tech.net. Great work Drew!