i think one or two pics is alright to generate some interest, but I agree, further pics should just be linked. Especially since this is a Q7 thread.Instead of spamming a million pictures, why don't you just link to the product page like everyone else on this forum? We don't need to see a ton of pictures as we can find them ourselves and it makes going through a thread rather tedious.
I agree.This forum isn't like the majority of others.
I agree.Note the lack of avatars, ...
I agree.... post count listings, etc.
I agree.I don't frequent other forums, so I can't speak on their behalf.
I agree.I won't deny the arguing bit though...
I bought one of these lian-li cases and also considered the silverstone unit.Ahem, the Silverstone SG05 is not a tower style PC case.
Pros: It can fit some standard sized components.
Cons: It can't fit some standard sized components.
Other Thoughts: Seriously, what were LianLi's designers and engineers thinking? What's the point of being able to use a full sized ATX power supply when you can't fit any of the new, power hungry, double slot video cards?
This case only has one expansion slot opening on the back and most of the new, power hungry, double slot video cards are too long to fit in this case.
You can use a PicoPSU or SFX PSU to power pretty much everything you could fit in this case and use of either type of PSU would have made the case smaller.
Pros: this case is fantastically well built. Its aluminum so it is super light, it can take all sorts of normal parts such as standard atx psu, and cdrom.
You can also put a shorter video card in it such as a radeon 4670 length card. the price was very cheap considering the build quality of this compared to everything else in its price range.
Cons: its a little large for mini itx (though considering you can use all standard components its understandable. its about the size of a 2000 sheet stack of 8 x 11 paper.
Other Thoughts: I do sort of wish it had a laptop cdrom slot, and a solid state psu instead. I'm sure that would have made it cost a lot more but it would have been smaller.
I actually put them up as a facebook photo album. Hopefully you can see these pictures without having to have a facebook account, I think it should work.Interesting.
By the way Hans ... would it be possible to post some nice pictures of your case please ?
How big would you like it ?Does anyone know how big a cpu cooler can be for this case? would a NT06 Fit? and cool in the same style as a sugo?
There actually appears to be a circular hole in the case, near the bottom made just for the barrel plug of the pico PSU.
I have no idea what an NT06 is.Does anyone know how big a cpu cooler can be for this case? would a NT06 Fit? and cool in the same style as a sugo?
The Geminii II Heatsink has the dimensions: 175 x 124.6 x 81.5 mm (without any fans!)Is it possible to put a Gemini II in this case?
Sorry, have not found any info on that one.What is the maximal size supported for a video card? Thanks