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this makes me not want a lian li...if children have to die in order to make a good computer case i want it to be american children AMERICA FTW!
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now thats a sweatshop smile if i have ever seen one...............
Would have sigged if I hadn't already picked that first one.

This thread is full of win. I'm lovin it, keep the excellent comments coming!
post #42 of 143
What's the point of aluminum computer cases? All it does is sit there. I guess it will make less of an impression on the carpet being lighter. Although it would be easier to take your computer hiking. Even though it would bend easier since it's aluminum. I'm gonna start a company that produces only carbon fiber computer cases that are actually better than steel.
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What's the point of aluminum computer cases? All it does is sit there. I guess it will make less of an impression on the carpet being lighter. Although it would be easier to take your computer hiking. Even though it would bend easier since it's aluminum. I'm gonna start a company that produces only carbon fiber computer cases that are actually better than steel.
Already been done . $900 and you can have a carbon fiber case too!



http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...68747&CatId=32

But honestly the case material argument is fail, who the hell cares if they are made of aluminum. I want a case that will keep my hardware as cold as possible and be easy to work on. right now if you want air cooling nothing beats the Antec 1200 $130 at micro center. and for water, nothing beats a HAF for $150. show me a single lian li fulltower case that will cool as well as the two i mentioned and be ANYWHERE near that price range. it wont happen.

And marin stop defending lian li! you have an antec 1200, you know there the smarter buy is at.
Edited by Derp - 1/26/09 at 6:44pm
post #44 of 143
You mad you ain't sportin a Lian Li brah?
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post #45 of 143
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this makes me not want a lian li...if children have to die in order to make a good computer case i want it to be american children AMERICA FTW!
You do realize that every single component in your PC was produced overseas? They only American part about it was it was designed in the US....
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post #46 of 143
I loled. I smell sweat shop.
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You do realize that every single component in your PC was produced overseas? They only American part about it was it was designed in the US....
No kidding.

Also, that factory is actually pretty clean looking. I have served my time as a "factory rat" and that place does not look half bad to work at. It's not a "sweat shop" by any stretch of the imagination.

Now this case, I would hate to see where that is made.
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post #48 of 143
I'm not going to deny that Lian-Li makes a quality case but I personally hold them in as high of a regard as some. As far as construction materials go, aluminum is nice if you have to lug it around and looks cool when there's a window but neither of those things are a deal-breaker for me. My Stacker 830 weighed more than a Buick LaSabre but I still loved it.
post #49 of 143
I wonder if the big sites will start using that in their hardware reviews? I can see it now:

Cooling: 5/10
Features: 4/10
Quietness: 4/10
GF Test: 9.5/10

Overall: Recommended!
post #50 of 143
Given the Lian li premium; they could well be the best paid sweat shop workers in Taiwan
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