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New Lian Li 'Case'

J_M

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Interesting enough for an ITX case. I hated it at first look but now I kinda like it - certainly unique.

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Polygon

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That would be cool to have as a display in your house. I know some design type people who have wacky stuff like this in their houses. But other than that, I don't see how it could be very functional.

Looks neat though.
 

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Looks cool with no wires hanging off its "Face". Once those wires are there, the effect will probably be ruined unless you're clever about it.
 

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Looks like it can only hold an mATX? It also appears that on each "leg" only one of the "toes" are actually on the ground.
 

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Looks like it can only hold an mATX? It also appears that on each "leg" only one of the "toes" are actually on the ground.

That's ITX actually, yet they "waste space" with a full-sized PSU. A 120w DC-DC would've worked just fine. Or at least a 300w SFX (like the one in the SS SG-05/06).
 

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That's ITX actually, yet they "waste space" with a full-sized PSU. A 120w DC-DC would've worked just fine. Or at least a 300w SFX (like the one in the SS SG-05/06).

ITX right. I should have noticed that. I usually just look at how many PCIE and RAM slots there are :haha: MATX would have a couple more.
 

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