[Req] Case: Lian Li PC-V2110A/ B Review


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+PeterUK

The price is amazing too.

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Brian M.

Moved Here

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HardSide

thinkcomputers reviews the 1100 not the 2100

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thr33face

does this case really cost $400+ ?

that's insane ...

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revvo

I have an old Lian LI PC65 case, it cost about a little over $200 at the time. Pretty expensive for a case with no PSU, but that's what full aluminum cases cost. I've had mine for over 5 years now, and I'm not planning to change it as long as I can fit current motherboards in it.

If I didn't have one, I'd definitely be checking them out.

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Martog

http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/reviews/776...ase-review.html

http://www.anandtech.com/casecoolingpsus/showdoc.aspx?i=3330

Got those from a simple google search. :)

As for the pricing, Lian Li cases are definately top notch quality and being full aluminum does add to teh cost like revvo said. I have the V1010B case and love it, I will not be getting rid of the case for a very long time. The V2110 seems to be the full tower with door version of the one I have, and I honestly dislike doors having one on my last case. The only gripe I have about my V1010 is the 5.25" bay covers aren't really secure and pop out of place VERY easy. But other wise the case is quite excellent. I do like it having wheel's and the PSU being on the bottom, on of my cables is tight and I couldn't pull my old case out without disconnecting it, this one I can pull out some as the cable is higher. Paid about $270 + shipping from Newegg.

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