Published on 21st September, 2018
Its been just over a year since the LZ7 launched and I just wanted to say thank you to every single one of you and the immense support received over the last 12 months.
In celebration here are some example builds that have been posted around the internet. A few of these I don’t know who the owners are, if these are you please let me know and I will update the post with your name.
If anyone would like to contribute with your own builds please email the photos to email@example.com and I’ll feature them in a future post.
A clean setup from Geraldinho with a grey and black LZ7
The clean setup continues inside the case with custom cables from pslate customs.
Geraldinho even went as far to add some nice custom graphics to the front panel.
PCPartPicker member SpotYS put together this sleek all black setup featuring Noctua fans and custom sleeved cables
Checkout this stunning setup from PCPartPicker member OB099, featuring a Grey and Oak LZ7 with XL-Vent Top Panel.
The lighting here is gorgeous:
A nice Walnut, Black and Grey LZ7 combo from fuzzydrpepper.
Jay over at Tek Everything put together this epic No Compromise Mini-ITX PC build, the build video featured on his YouTube channel has since had over 600k views and inspired many viewers to build similar systems.
Link to their website: https://tekeverything.com/
The build featured an Overclocked i7-8700k and Gigabyte GTX 1080.
Very clean desk setup, the red glow under the case works really well.
Amazing photography skills here from Luke showing off his Grey and Walnut LZ7:
Ian sent me his PC Gaming setup, I like the matching black and white theme throughout:
Photo sent in from Andrea with a very shiny mouse mat! Looking good:
If you recognise any of these builds please let me know so I can update this post appropriately.
First up is a Walnut, Grey and Clear Frost combo LZ7, I really like this selection of materials:
Next up of the unknown’s is this clean and simple black/grey setup:
Last but not least is this White and Oak combo, from the pictures it looks like they have installed a 120mm AIO watercooler to the top panel:
Thanks for reading!