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    Lian Li Case Roundup

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    There are many versions of the cases available for different types of users. For the more economical minded, the PC-5 is theirs for the taking. For modders, there’s the PC-65 with the acrylic side panel. For the more radical people, there’s the PC-6099B or the PC-6083A with the fancy lights. Just add cold cathode tubes inside the case and you’re all set.

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    Thanks for the link Kid Chaos. Really is a good review.

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    Anyone know of any good reviews of the Lian-Li PC-50.
    Also any stick on Aluminium bezels that fit Toshiba 16X DVD rom drive? (Only eject button and light, tray version)
    Most places have ones for pioneer, teac and sony.
    Last edited by Arris; January 14th, 2003 at 09:39 AM.
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    Anyone know of any good reviews of the Lian-Li PC-50.
    Review 1
    Review 2
    Review 3
    Last edited by Kid Chaos; January 14th, 2003 at 10:30 AM.

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    Originally posted by Kid Chaos
    Review 1
    Review 2
    Review 3
    Those are the only 3 I seem to be able to find
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    Video: 2 x MSI HD5850 Twin Frozr II (CrossfireX)
    HDD: Crucial C300 128GB SSD, Seagate Momentus XT 500GB
    Sound: Realtek® ALC892 8-Channel High Definition Audio
    OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

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    Originally posted by Arris


    Those are the only 3 I seem to be able to find
    Here is one from ReviewNation.com. Can probably find more reviews by doing a google search for "Lian-Li PC-50 Review."

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    Originally posted by Kid Chaos
    Here is one from ReviewNation.com. Can probably find more reviews by doing a google search for "Lian-Li PC-50 Review."
    Not many to be honest. But thanks for your novel idea anyway
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    Sound: Realtek® ALC892 8-Channel High Definition Audio
    OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

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    I wonder if those aluminum cases are any better.

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    go to www.neoseeker.com to find multiple reviews of a product.
    Intel P4C 3.0Ghz
    Asus P4P800-E Deluxe
    2x256mb Corsair Value Select PC3200
    eVGA e-GeForce 6800
    WD 120gb SE
    IBM 60GXP 60gb
    Creative Labs Audigy (free)
    Toshiba SD-M1402 (12x dvd/40x cd)
    Lite-On 52x24x52 ($15 retail )
    Pioneer A06 DVD+/-RW
    ThermalTake Silent Purepower 420W PSU

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    Just a little update on my Lian-Li PC-50 case. Says its not for overclockers due to its compact size and side ways mounting PSU configuration. If your doing serious overclocking with a huge HSF then the space available with the PSU over the HSF might be a problem but I currently have a 2100+ Tbred B @ 2.17Ghz in it without problem...

    Here's a list of what I have crammed into this little beauty:
    • Athlon XP 2100+ @ 13x166 2.17Ghz
    • Coolermaster HHC-L61 heatpipe with 4800rpm YS-Tech fan
    • Gigabyte GA-7VAXP Rev 1.1 F9 Bios
    • Sapphire Radeon 9700 Pro @ Default
    • 1 x 512mb OCZ EL-DDR PC3500 @ 333DDR Max timings
    • 2 x Seagate Barracuda IV 40Gb 7200rpm
    • Hercules Fortissimo 2
    • 1 x Firewire backplate
    • 1 x USB backplate
    • 1 x Onboard sound backplate
    • Enermax 350w Dual Fan PSU
    • Lian-Li PC-50 Front and Top low speed ~2000-3000 rpm case fans

    Idle ~40C, Load Max 48C

    Edit: Forgot to list the HSF and PSU... DOH!
    Last edited by Arris; February 13th, 2003 at 10:26 AM.
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    Cool! Very impressive Arris!

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