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Lian Li PC-343B Modular Cube Case: review by PCApex


Well-known member
Dec 2, 2006
New Brunswick
If one of these things landed in the desert (or the engineering faculty at my university), there would be throngs of bedouin (or geeks) solemnly circling it in prayer within two minutes. Despite it's resemblance to the kabba or the monolith that cameoed in 2001- it is, in fact a computer case that, after spending your week's income on, you could happily live in once you're evicted for not paying rent- i think it has central heating.

"Today we profile a case that is so big it took not one, not two, but three sponsors in order to bring it to you! A case that is so massive, it's constantly under the danger of imploding under its own gravitational field! So giganhugenormous we had to make up a new words for it!?! Xoxide, FrozenCPU and Performance-PCs have teamed up to bring us the Lian-Li PC-343B Modular Cube Case.
Resistance is futile.
Rumor has it that the case was designed by an alliance of rebel geekmeisters on the frozen ice (as opposed to the other kind of ice) planet Beta 8932425X. It is known by its inhabitants as Unter Glieben Glauten Globen and to visitors simply as Norway. The rebel alliance then uploaded the plans for the PC-343B into a encrypted electronic device that bore an eerie resemblance to an old Electrolux vacuum cleaner. The Electrolux device was then smuggled out of Norway and into the waiting hands of Lian-Li engineers. The rest is case history."

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Feb 10, 2007
seen that case around and it's just insane. it has near unlimited storage for just about any mod you can think of. it's two cases in one. it's just insane though, and would require a fortune to put to it's fullest use.