AMEN!sleepeeg3 said:Front looks terrible, it's no doubt going to be overpriced, CD-ROM is sideways, CD-ROM will block any high end video card, PSU will block any high end heatsink and the 60mm fans will probably be noisy, especially with all of those holes to let the noise out the front! The only thing it has going for it is a pullout mobo tray and decent airflow if you were planning on running stock or with a Zalman.
Lian Li was popularized because they were the first to come out with overpriced aluminum cases - boxey ones at that. Expensive does not automatically equal great. Don't let other people make your decisions for you.
Jen makes better cases and she does not have a production line on her side!
Lolento said:looks like it can't fit a longer graphics card as is the case with most mATX cases except for x-qpack and a few others
Calpis said:the reason why it looks like it doesnt fit long cards is because the long ones are practically the length of the board, ~9.6 inches. And well, from the pictures, it looks like the floppy cage is invading the air space above the board. Quite frankly, if lianli just makes the cage flush to the front like the optical drives, instead of being centered, that they'd have a "winner".
Aesthetically though, the case fell off the ugly tree and hit about 50 ugly sticks on the way down.
Well noobie, pray that you're not disappointed. Good thinking, not dissing the XPack.Mac Truck said:Wouldn't you think that, being a Lian-Li, the drive cage on the left side would be removable? I trust Lian-Li to make a case that can fit a high-end card in it.
And to me the case is no uglier than a Hornet or that little monstrosity AOpen just dropped on us.
M4rk said:Looks are not everything, mind you.
jebo_4jc said:I don't know....I think it's ugly IMHO. Why are the drive bays in the top corner? I need symmetry in my cases.....