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Lian Li unveils new PC-X500FX computer chassis

Lian Li unveils new PC-X500FX computer chassis

Lian Li makes some of the coolest and most expensive PC cases that you are likely to find if you are building up a new desktop computer. The company has announced a new computer chassis called the PC-X500FX that looks a lot like a case the company already has. More than a lot in fact, it’s a virtual dead ringer for the X500 that has been around for a long while.

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Lian Li unveils new PC-C50 HTPC chassis

Lian Li unveils new PC-C50 HTPC chassis

Lian Li makes some of the coolest and most expensive cases for computers that you can put your hands on. The cases are typically among the most well made and best looking cases so in many enthusiasts eyes you get what you pay for. Lian Li has announced a new HTPC chassis called the PC-C50.

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Lian Li limited run tower PC-888 is massive

Lian Li limited run tower PC-888 is massive

Lian Li is known for its out-of-ordinary PC armor, well constructed craftsmanship chassis with styles and quality. In fact, I still have two of the of Lian-Li cases with its infamous separate compartments design, love it; but they are rather humble, typical black case with over-sized fans, and nothing like this special edition PC-888 you about to see.

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CES 2009 : Lian Li PC-B70 and PC-B71 Tower Chassis

CES 2009 : Lian Li PC-B70 and PC-B71 Tower Chassis

Lian Li is shaking thing up in PC armor department with its Pre-CES announcement; unveiled two high end PC tower chassis, PC-B70 and PC-B71 for end users who are looking for stylish design, and acoustics damping as a part of their computer system with tool-less accessible parts and oversize fans.

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Lian Li XB01: quieter DVD playback but gaming still loud

Lian Li XB01: quieter DVD playback but gaming still loud

With the ink on an extended warranty to cover Red Ring of Death incidents only just dry, it might seem crazy to take apart your XBox 360 - voiding the guarantee in the process - and decant the contents into a new casing.  That's what Lian Li are suggesting, however, with their XB01 Cooling Chassis; bit-tech have just had theirs in the mail, and set about getting their donor 360 naked to post some first impressions.

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