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Review : Lian Li PC-65B

Posted on Sunday, October 27 2002 @ 07:14:57 CET by


ClubOverclocker reviewed the shinny Lian Li PC-65B case :
The First time I saw a Lian Li case, I was enthralled with the whole "clean" look of the case. Being a car buff I have always appreciated the clean look of a nice car without a bunch of weird colors and stickers. Its nice to see someone at Lian Li have the same idea. The "clean-look" is what Lian Li is all about, and from what I can tell the execution of the final product is astonishing and just seems to get better every time Lian-Li releases a new model in their PC series.

The PC-65B is basically a PC-65 but with an anodized black finish for all those black case fanatics out there.. I myself prefer the regular aluminum look, but it was interesting to observe some of the compliments I was receiving from just regular people. I found it rather strange that over half of the people that I knew actually wanted to know what this black case was. I even managed to acquire a client as a result of this case, rather strange...


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