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I bet that factory is considered great compared to some of the others
    
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And when we go to Apples factory...

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So because he had a hotter CPU, Slightly better cooler, Worse/Quieter fans as intake and exhaust and a closed case, while I had faster fans, Cooler CPU, worse cooler and a more open (No sides/front), It was a cool breeze coming from Santa's bad gas that was making his rig cooler, there was NOTHING else that I can think of resulting in that!
You have at least a half dozen variables at play here. No offense but I think you're picking the one that best supports what you're trying to say (construction material). With the two scenarios you've described, there is literally no way to identify the cause of cooler exhaust air other than picking your favorite. Testing, and science for that matter doesn't work that way.

I've been thinking of your argument though. You're basically saying that aluminum has better thermal conductivity than steel (which it does) therefore it should be more effective at radiating internal heat outwards to the ambient air. I think that you probably are correct in your theory but nowhere near the extent you're portraying. I think the difference would be minimal to the point of being irrelevant.
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You have at least a half dozen variables at play here. No offense but I think you're picking the one that best supports what you're trying to say (construction material). With the two scenarios you've described, there is literally no way to identify the cause of cooler exhaust air other than picking your favorite. Testing, and science for that matter doesn't work that way.

I've been thinking of your argument though. You're basically saying that aluminum has better thermal conductivity than steel (which it does) therefore it should be more effective at radiating internal heat outwards to the ambient air. I think that you probably are correct in your theory but nowhere near the extent you're portraying. I think the difference would be minimal to the point of being irrelevant.
OMG a sane person helps me battle the aluminum case guy!
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lol funny seeing the case i have now is one of those mountains of cases near the end xD
 
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Im waiting for Pedobear to show up now

I couldnt find anything about a true comparsion of aluminum vs. steel except this but with nothing actually documented who knows how true it is http://www.neoseeker.com/Hardware/faqs/kb/1,5.html
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Better in what way? Design? Functionality? Price? Quality? With people like you luxury brands would cease to exist. I can see you as a person who would buy 10 Geo Metros instead of a BMW 335i.
Let me get this straight, Lian li is to BMW 335i as CM is to 10x Geo Metros?

Lian li makes great cases, no doubt, but to suggest they are superior in every way(IE your analogy) thus justifying their steep price is asinine.

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You'd be unhappy too if you were paid a few dollars a day to bust your butt working 12-14 hour days.
Agreed...

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Wow, even case manufacturers have fanboys!?!
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I dont think i'll ever buy a lian li case....

if i'm building a 2k rig, i don't want $500 to go on a case.

they're not worth the premium...everyone jumps in on every new lian li case thread and proclaims how "sexy" it is, or how "sick" they look....

and then i see the picture and think.....that's ugly, i'd never buy that....
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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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You have at least a half dozen variables at play here. No offense but I think you're picking the one that best supports what you're trying to say (construction material). With the two scenarios you've described, there is literally no way to identify the cause of cooler exhaust air other than picking your favorite. Testing, and science for that matter doesn't work that way.

I've been thinking of your argument though. You're basically saying that aluminum has better thermal conductivity than steel (which it does) therefore it should be more effective at radiating internal heat outwards to the ambient air. I think that you probably are correct in your theory but nowhere near the extent you're portraying. I think the difference would be minimal to the point of being irrelevant.
You guys just don't get it. Aluminum cases mean lower ambient temperature inside the case because they absorb the heat energy and turn it into mass, creating a stronger and stronger case at time goes on, since the aluminum's thickness is increasing. That is why Lian Li's are so expensive, because they get better over time. It's not magic!
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