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Lian Li PC-B25F Case Review - PAGE 2

- Thursday, January 21st, 2010 Like Share


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fudgeboy Jan 22, 10
it would be nice if some photos were posted of the case with parts inside (i did notice there was a glimpse of the motherboard in the picture of the PSU)

just so it gives an idea of how much space there really is inside the case.
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The Smith Jan 23, 10
quote fudgeboy
it would be nice if some photos were posted of the case with parts inside (i did notice there was a glimpse of the motherboard in the picture of the PSU)

just so it gives an idea of how much space there really is inside the case.
Haha, somehow I did not include that picture in the review. It's done now; just look at the bottom of page 4.

Sorry for that.
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fudgeboy Jan 30, 10
quote The Smith
Haha, somehow I did not include that picture in the review. It's done now; just look at the bottom of page 4.

Sorry for that.
thank you very much! i've noticed a few reviews (on the internet as a whole) that dont show a picture of the hardware inside the case and it makes it more confusing when trying to make up your mind on which case you'll be spending your money on next!
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Freeze Jan 30, 10
To be honest, the interior of the case, mounted with hardware looks exactly like the much cheaper CoolerMaster Centurion 5 CAC-T05, with the exception that the PSU is at the bottom. Overall that will save you around $200 for exactly the same thing.
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The Smith Feb 3, 10
quote Freeze
To be honest, the interior of the case, mounted with hardware looks exactly like the much cheaper CoolerMaster Centurion 5 CAC-T05, with the exception that the PSU is at the bottom. Overall that will save you around $200 for exactly the same thing.
Yes, but you don't get the full-aluminum chassis, the five fans, the hard drive bays pointing toward you and the light weight, which are what differentiates the PC-B25F than any other case.
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xchaosdragon666x Feb 3, 10
I don't know I may be a idiot but personally i always hated the look of the lian-li cases

To me "sleek" is gaudy

And weight of the case is a gimmick... 99% of PC gamers won't go to a LAN party much less move the computer much after assembly

so steel,aluminum,carbon fiber is pointless to me
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