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[Frontpage News]Lian Li PC-65B
« on: September 14, 2005, 08:09:54 AM »
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If you're looking for a nice case that looks nice, gets the job done, and won't totally break the bank, the Lian Li PC-65B is a decent choice.  TechPowerUp has this case on the bench and have a few nice things to say about the case as well as a couple not-so-nice things.  The case functions very well, with no major issues however.  Some great features as well.

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In the review they mentioned that they had a little difficulty in installing the optical drives. I'm not too sure what they are saying because I have the silver colored version of this case and everything went in smoothly. But they are right with how easy it scratches, I wish mine wasn't scratched up yet.
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Re: [Frontpage News]Lian Li PC-65B
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2005, 09:24:42 AM »
Then you shouldnt have taken a drill to it :D

But I thiink that goes for any aluminum case. My old Antec Super Lanboy was the exact same way, if you bump it withy anything hard, you end up with a scratch in the metal.

Ive got the antec P180 now, and although its a a much heavier case, it does seem more resistant to that type of thing.
« Last Edit: September 14, 2005, 09:27:53 AM by JayMo »