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Default Lian Li PC-V3000 is big enough to house a cooling water park

Maybe you've bought one of AMD's enormous Threadripper chips or an Intel Core X processor. If that's the case, you also got the accompanying jumbo-sized E-ATX motherboard, and you've might be down in the dumps trying to find a PC chassis with the right combination of flash and class. The combination of subdued styling and mammoth dimensions of Lian Li's PC-V3000 enclosure might be just what you've been looking for.

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