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User Info: KamenRiderBlade

KamenRiderBlade
2 years ago#1
http://www.lian-li.com/en/dt_portfolio/pc-d666/

My new favorite case from Lian-Li

=D

Lets you support a regular or large MoBo on the normal side, and a small M-ATX / M-ITX board on the other.

For those of you who wanted two machines in 1 box, here's another option

What do you folks think?
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User Info: gwizzler

gwizzler
2 years ago#2
I've never been a fan of their products. Always thought they were overpriced. I do, however, like this idea. Running a gaming PC and a server or HTPC in the same box is a clever idea. I just wonder what kind of insane price tag will be attached.
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User Info: KamenRiderBlade

KamenRiderBlade
2 years ago#3
I've always loved their products, I own all Lian Li cases.

Anything that isn't pure aluminum is just not worth my money IMO.
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User Info: gwizzler

gwizzler
2 years ago#4
I have an NZXT Phantom 630 WE case. I spent $150 on it. If I went with a Lian Li case with a similar style, I'd easily pay $300+. What am I getting with that extra $150? Just swapping out plastic for metal isn't good enough for me. I'd rather put that $150 toward something like a graphics card, MOBO, RAM or CPU.
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User Info: Kalammer

Kalammer
2 years ago#5
Looks like a shrunken, poor man's knock-off of the CaseLabs MAGNUM TX10-D.
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User Info: PraetorXyn

PraetorXyn
2 years ago#6
This doesn't even compare to the CaseLabs Magnum TX-10 which already does this.
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User Info: Rud3Bwoy

Rud3Bwoy
2 years ago#7
well most people here won't buy this case anyway this is a enthusiast case and 97 percent of people on this forum have a budget on there rigs.

User Info: mccue166

mccue166
2 years ago#8
Kalammer posted...
Looks like a shrunken, poor man's knock-off of the CaseLabs MAGNUM TX10-D.


That's exactly what I thought when I saw it.
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User Info: ATARIJAWA

ATARIJAWA
2 years ago#9
I'm still waiting for my Murderbox II.

http://mbxforma.com/
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User Info: Rud3Bwoy

Rud3Bwoy
2 years ago#10
ATARIJAWA posted...
I'm still waiting for my Murderbox II.

http://mbxforma.com/


question why do you guys buy crazy cases like this to do a hack job with the insides?it defeats the purpose ,leave it to the pros bro
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