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Is anyone ordering the Lian Li PC-V750 from Newegg?

post #1 of 22
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I have been waiting on the Lian Li PC-750 to come out and it finally showed up at Newegg the other day with a steep price to go along with it which was dissapointing. Is anyone here planning on ordering one or did you change your mind after seeing the price?

I'm going to wait till Newegg is doing one of their Lian Li sales where hopefully this case will be included at a more reasonable price but I'd like to know if there's any confirmation as to whether or not a Corsair H100 will fit without the motherboard clearance issues that the PC-V700 has.

PC-V750B

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811112380

PC-V750WX

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811112381
Edited by burningrave101 - 7/1/12 at 7:31pm
post #2 of 22
I love these cases and have been a long time Lian Li fan and customer. But these new prices are just crazy ridiculous. I actually bought a NZXT Source 210 for $40 with free shipping the other day and haven't been that happy with a purchase in a very long time. On another note, it looks like the H100 would fit just by a glance, but who knows.
post #3 of 22
that case has the most retarded airflow pattern of any case made in the last 20 years....
post #4 of 22
Wow this is the dream case I've been looking for. Sleek, minimalistic and not made of cheap plastic. But HOLY **** the price! Not even worth it. I'd buy it for $250 maybe and even that is cutting it close to overpriced.
post #5 of 22
I am a Lian-Li fan, my Micro-ATX rig is in a PC-V354, however I'd never dream of buying this case. There are much better cases for much cheaper. Looking at the V750, it, much like my V354, doesn't even seem to have cable management.This seems like an overpriced, enlarged V354. I see no reason no to buy one of Corsair's cases for much cheaper.
post #6 of 22
That's the most over-priced computer case I have seen for a while.

I understand that Lian Li has always have some really nice and clean cases, but this has led to them falling behind in the features section. Their cases are quite bare-bones which can be good or bad, depending on how you look at it.

Despite some of LL's qualities, I can't see anyone purchasing these, especially when Silverstone has been rolling out quality products similar to LL's elegance.
post #7 of 22
I have no idea where the elevated price tag is coming from.

There's nothing special about it compared to Lian-Li cases under ~$150.
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I'd fully expect to pay $250-$280 for the base model PC-V750b and around $300 for the PC-V750WX because Lian Li's V series cases have always been expensive and honestly rightfully so when you compare the quality of their aluminum chassis to other manufacturers but any more you just get ripped off buying one when its first released because their being overpriced and then a few months later put on sale to move stock.
post #9 of 22
I'm picking this up. I wan't to see for myself why the price is so absurd. I'm not sure whether to go with the silver or black windowed version.
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I'm picking this up. I wan't to see for myself why the price is so absurd. I'm not sure whether to go with the silver or black windowed version.

Damn lol, $450 to drop on case. If you hate it, send it to me haha.
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