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Old April 5, 2012, 09:35 AM
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Default Lian Li Announces Their Smallest ATX Motherboard Supported Chassis PC-V700

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, the award-winning aluminum computer chassis manufacturer, today announces their smallest chassis supporting a ATX motherboard PC-V700. This brushed aluminum chassis allows PC builders to get the most out of every available space with its efficient and flexible design.

Read more here: Lian Li Announces Their Smallest ATX Motherboard Supported Chassis – PC-V700 | Hardware Canucks
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Old April 5, 2012, 09:37 AM
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Looks nice, but then I saw the pricetag...
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^ thats what i thought too, if it were only about half the price i would buy it
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It isn't even their smallest ATX case. The PC-A05 is smaller.

I do like the hot swap though.
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does the A05 have an even more absurd price than the v700?
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Lian Li has always commanded a higher price for things, but usually the quality and materials are well worth it.

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Wow, I can think of 3-4 cheaper lian li cases with a ton more options inside, way to plain for that price, no matter how good the quality is.
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Its the unique factor too I suppose. But yeah its not cheap I hear ya.

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