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      29th Sep 2011
Pure Overclock have reviewed the rather snazzy looking Lian Li PV-V600FR case:

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“Lian Li has recently gone with products that fill a wider range of selection, rather than just the full towers they are historically best known for. The Lian Li PC-V600FR Micro ATX chassis comes in a few different flavours, sporting different sizes and windowed or non-windowed packages, but each have the same basic aesthetic styling, design features, and a few classic Lian Li cues thrown in for good measure. This premium all-aluminum Mini Tower chassis from Lian Li is designed specifically for the enthusiast, who is looking for first and for most, quality, beauty, and functionality, and all this in a small platform that won’t break the bank.”
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Wouldn't mind one of these myself... I wonder if Santa is reading...

 
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Micro ATX

that rules out a lot of decent motherboards, I mean, a lot.

 
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Wouldn't mind one of these myself... I wonder if Santa is reading...
Ian, The Mrs does not want diamonds just a PC Case!
It's a win, win situation for you!!

 
 
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Micro ATX

that rules out a lot of decent motherboards, I mean, a lot.
I see your point, but there is a mid-tower version which would be more accommodating

Lian Li PC-V1020R Red Midi Tower Chassis


 
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silly money for a case ...

Ian, I would go get one of these

 
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Lian Li cases are something of a classic design aren't they? They do make changes but they're subtle changes, current designs aren't too far away from their designs of 16 years ago.

They do, of course, accomodate bigger fans now.

I've always been a fan of Lian Li cases, simple, sleek and elegant, but not sure about the red though

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Top cases these and as Flopp's has pointed out most have only had subtle changes over the years, If it ain't broke and all that..

 



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