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Created On: 10/24/2004 06:27 PM
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 10/25/2004 04:30 AM
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MrWicked1968
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I have one of these ' ">http://www.enermax.com.tw/prod...gon=284&Gid=30&Gid2=21 in beige. Bought it from Newegg when it was being marketed by casetek. Paid $35 for it (including shipping). It's an awesome case, basically a TT Xaser without all the boy-wonder gee whiz crap pasted to it.

That Lian Li is a beautiful case, but too expensive for me. My A64 rig is going to be housed in a WaveMaster.

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 10/25/2004 07:48 AM
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QUOTE i think Thermaltake Tsunami is the best case going now,value for money i mean,for just 100$,its a very good buy.,im getting one as soon as i deside on all the parts for my new system

I have one and it rocks, got window mod version and its a nice bit of kit. When you buy your i suggest you pick up a fan controller at the same time, im about to buy one since those giant case fans can get a little noisy! otherwise is beautifull

Lian Li make some nice cases but quite a few of them look the same, and are relatively boring to look at. For what it is the price is way too high, so what they moved the psu and made it nice and shinny...doubt your friends would note the difference between a £250 lian li case and a £100 coolermaster or thermaltake.
 10/25/2004 08:36 AM
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I got the black Lian Li PC71, which was a bit expensive too - but I've never regretted it. The case is a little big for my liking - although I'm going to be getting a new case for my personal PC, and I'll use this one as a server case. Looking at the insides of that case, it seems like it's a little more better designed than my one, but personally I don't like the look of the front (more a personal thing! I like black cases! ). Looks pretty decent though! The probably have it in black anyway

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 10/25/2004 10:39 AM
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I have the PC-6070B, due to the lack of cooling abilities of the case-I am watercooling the proc. Total cost of the case when you add the cost of watercooling.
$410.
Yes, I'm planning to keep this case for a loooonnnnnngg time.


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