meh...Originally Posted by jamor;14476911
Does anyone have the PC-v1200 that would like to let us know how much you like it?
I'm considering this case because I have a 1 BR apartment and it would be nice to wheel it back and forth from living room to bed room.
Even if it isn't considered a Lian Li, it is probably the best case ever. I'd give a pretty penny if I could find one in good condition.Originally Posted by snoball;12957696
Do Lian Li rebrands count? I have a ABS Black Pearl, I think it used to be a v2000.
Wonder how much anodization costs? I would spray paint mine or powder coat but I like the look of reg alu. But anodization does add that adds those anti corosive properties. Not that a pc needs it anywho but it's nice to add to the epeen.Originally Posted by lowfat;14666723
Even if it isn't considered a Lian Li, it is probably the best case ever. I'd give a pretty penny if I could find one in good condition.
As me I currently have a PC-V352. Have had all the silver powder coated matte black. Don't have any pics w/ the system installed though. Also have had a PC-A05N and a PC-V1000 in the past.
gorgeous case and setup broOriginally Posted by SgtHawker;14835847
Okay Spykerv here you go!
The dark shots are hard to get clear, but necessary particularly to see the leds lit on the pushbuttons. The Green is the power led, amber is the HDD activity, and the UV one is the blacklight cold cathodes inside.
The flash shots are pretty cool as the computer is running, but the fans look like they are standing still, note the CPU fan has a green LED on (slight green light near the N at the end of ZALMAN.
The top shot shows the blowhole I added myself to keep temps down.
I like the color scheme and sleeving you've done, quite a nice touch.Originally Posted by SgtHawker;14836822
Yep, Bulgin Vandal switches. I mounted them myself. Originally the case came with a plastic button for the power switch and two leds for power and HDD activity. The center one is power and power led, the left is the HDD and reset switch, and the right is the UV light switch.
Pretty gorgeous machine you've got thereOriginally Posted by Brulf;14940620
I have posted in here before but never got around to updating that crappy photo so here is an updated one.... just because i can