Indeed, the article in the OP is for the model 1-2 years ago.
It is quite interesting that the biggest issues building these wafer sized chips wasn't to make the chips themselfs but how to supply power and cooling.
3.1 was a nice upgrade from 3.0 as the interface got the 3D look applied to all the buttons and window frames. 3.11 was an even bigger upgrade as that was when you really could start doing LAN connectivity out of the box.
Thinking about it, it was probably a Swedish version of Windows 98SE I found on floppies when I was doing a summer job at an IT company clearing out one of their cupboards. Shame I didn't keep it, it seems to have become quite a collectable now.
That's the one, the good old Lian-Li 20th Anniversary case.
I snapped some pics with my phone after doing work on it last night (swapped PSU and installed 3-to-5 bay):
The red SATA cables will be swapped out for black round ones at some stage.