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Simple fact.

Aluminum does not cost that much.
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post #112 of 143
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you do realize people bought that case at that price because it includes a FREAKING 1000W POWER SUPPLY.


Your case = $380 all by its lonesome, no power supply included.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811112172
(if you have the black one)

That stacker you wanted to compare = $440 because it includes a $270 1000W Power supply. which makes the case $170.... the case is also available by itself for $219.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811119136
You seem to have ignored out of convenience :

SILVERSTONE TJ07-BW Black Aluminum ATX Full Tower $369.99

NZXT Khaos Series CS-NT-LEXA-BLB Black Aluminum ATX Full Tower $439.99

Thermaltake SwordM VD5000BNA Black/ Silver Aluminum Extrusion ATX Full Tower $499.99

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In conclusion LOL fail . You are just reminding, proving and supporting everyone's point that Lian li cases are extremely overpriced.
Sorry, not everyone's point, just yours. If you can't afford it does not mean it's overpriced.
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post #113 of 143
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Quote:
Originally Posted by OpTicaL View Post
You seem to have ignored out of convenience :

SILVERSTONE TJ07-BW Black Aluminum ATX Full Tower $369.99

NZXT Khaos Series CS-NT-LEXA-BLB Black Aluminum ATX Full Tower $439.99

Thermaltake SwordM VD5000BNA Black/ Silver Aluminum Extrusion ATX Full Tower $499.99



Sorry, not everyone's point, just yours. If you can't afford it does not mean it's overpriced.
You are cherry picking the most expensive case in other brands lineup to justify every single lian li full tower being overpriced? i have not seen a single user on these forums use a NZXT Khaos or a thermaltake swordM, meanwhile a whole handful of people are running $400 lian li cases.

Yes i can afford one, but that doesnt make it a smart buy. performance and feature wise your case is not worth $380 no matter how many millions of dollars you have. and you proved that with your fail comparison of a CM case that barely costs more but included a 1000W power supply.
Edited by Derp - 1/29/09 at 1:54am
post #114 of 143
Quote:
Originally Posted by Auld View Post
You are cherry picking the most expensive case in other brands lineup to justify every single lian li full tower being overpriced? i have not seen a single user on these forums use a NZXT Khaos or a thermaltake swordM, meanwhile a whole handful of people are running $400 lian li cases.

Yes i can afford one, but that doesnt make it a smart buy. performance and feature wise your case is not worth $380 no matter how many millions of dollars you have. and you proved that with your fail comparison of a CM case that barely costs more but included a 1000W power supply.
Yet I bet the Lian Li would still be usable as a case after being beaten up, unlike the CM.

As my Centurion 5 proves... (Motherboard tray got bent to all hell today, so I'm running caseless.)

Also.. before you call me a Lian Li Fanboy, Guess which case I'm getting next.. The Antec 1200! :O
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post #115 of 143
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Brutuz View Post
Yet I bet the Lian Li would still be usable as a case after being beaten up, unlike the CM.

As my Centurion 5 proves... (Motherboard tray got bent to all hell today, so I'm running caseless.)

Also.. before you call me a Lian Li Fanboy, Guess which case I'm getting next.. The Antec 1200! :O
1. Steel(CM) is stronger then aluminum(Most Lian Li)..... lolz

2. WTH did you do to your case that bent the motherboard tray?

3. Good choice on the 1200, performance cant be beat for the price.... but its made of steel! RUN AWAY!
post #116 of 143
Quote:
Originally Posted by Auld View Post
1. Steel(CM) is stronger then aluminum(Most Lian Li)..... lolz

2. WTH did you do to your case that bent the motherboard tray?

3. Good choice on the 1200, performance cant be beat for the price.... but its made of steel! RUN AWAY!
1. Yet the way the case is made makes Lian Li stronger and easier to work in.

2. It fell off a waist high bench onto a small box for my screwdrivers.

3. Hahaha, I figured it would be easier than modding the Lian Li I liked for $50 more to fit the fans I wanted, I'll just upgrade to it when I get watercooling.
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post #117 of 143
I don't think lian-li's midrange is over priced. In fact they are priced quite close to many other cases with similar configuration.

The cost of most very high end cases, no matter who makes them, is pretty hard for me to justify.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
Simple fact.

Aluminum does not cost that much.
An aluminum case takes a good deal more engineering to make worthwhile than a steel one.

You need metal twice as thick to come close in strength, all the screw holes need a stronger metal insert for threads, outside surfaces need to anodized, ect.
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post #118 of 143
It would be nice to get back on topic and see people actually talking about the Lian Li factory. Instead, every time I click on this thread I have to read constant arguments about whether steel is better than aluminum.

Bottom line: Buy what you want if it suits you. If it's not for you, don't bash those that have it. [/Argument]

Now let's talk about the sweat shop some more please. I liked that discussion alot better, it was much less painful.
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Sorry guys, last OT post from me...

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First of all you're comparing apples to oranges. CM's 840 is a steel case, a $400 Lian-Li case is aluminum. You are not comparing in the same class. You want to talk about functionality? My Lian-Li V2110 has anti-vibration rubber rings for hdd mounts, has a 140mm b-pillar fan that blows directly on my northbridge and RAM, the same b-pillar also provides VGA support, supports E-ATX, has built in fan controller, has dual-zone heat zones, supports dual PSUs and the list goes on. Does the CM 840 offer that? I don't think so.

When comparing cases from the same class (Full Tower Aluminum) I do not know where you are getting the $100+ price difference when in fact other manufacturers cost $60-$110 more than the top-of-line Lian-Li.
+First off, the ATCS 840 is all aluminum.
+Anti vibration pads to reduce HDD noise.
+removable mobo tray.
+removable washable dust filters.
+high and low PSU mounts, so yes dual PSUs
+supports eATX
+weird looking external VGA duct w/fan
+wire management

-no fan controller
-no pillar

http://hi-techreviews.com/review-lin...classic-review

The ATCS 840 is a very competitive case and whatever feature it lacks is most certainly made up for by it's price, so no it is most certainly not apples to oranges as Lian Li does not have it outclassed in every way... Sorry.
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post #120 of 143
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You are cherry picking the most expensive case in other brands lineup to justify every single lian li full tower being overpriced? i have not seen a single user on these forums use a NZXT Khaos or a thermaltake swordM, meanwhile a whole handful of people are running $400 lian li cases.
You once again blatantly avoid the obvious out of convenience just to support your claim that Lian-Li is overpriced. I am comparing apples to apples, oranges to oranges, you my friend, enjoy comparing apples to oranges which makes no sense at all. My Lian-Li is a Full Tower Aluminum case, when I make a comparisions I compare my case to other manufacturers Full Tower Aluminum cases.

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Yes i can afford one, but that doesnt make it a smart buy. performance and feature wise your case is not worth $380 no matter how many millions of dollars you have.
Man you are so gullible. Say that to all the people who purchase luxury products. When I purchased a Lian-Li I searched for other manufacturers Full Tower Aluminum cases before making a decision. I compared each one by design, feature, functionality and price. In the end, I purchased a Lian-Li because in the feature, function and price category it bested all other manufacturers Full Tower Aluminum cases. Why did I not compare Lian-Li against other Full Tower Steel cases? Shouldn't it be obvious by now? Because they're not in the same class!

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and you proved that with your fail comparison of a CM case that barely costs more but included a 1000W power supply.
Go ahead and hold me against my CM comparision but there's more than one manufacturer out there that makes Full Tower Aluminum cases. You can continue turning a blind eye against all other obvious comparisions to support your claim that Lian-Li is overpriced, but in the end, I know my money was well spent compared to other manufacturers Full Tower Aluminum Cases. Heck, Lian-Li is a steal compared to Zalman's Mid-Tower Aluminum cases priced at $400-$450 a pop. Maybe you should start bashing on people who purchase Zalman cases?

In the end, it's all about preference. Don't force other people to agree with what you like or what you think is good for them.
Edited by OpTicaL - 1/29/09 at 2:16pm
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