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Old 9th September 2007, 12:57   #1
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Who doesn't know it? The question, which housings one is to now spendieren its expensive hardware. Optically it should naturally which made, however not exaggerated but rather dezent and simple be. In addition it is to offer to place despite small external dimensions sufficiently on the inside for all kinds of components. For the experienced LAN party visitor plays the weight naturally also an important role. But the perhaps most important aspects represent and the exhaust possibilities, which are to make it possible, the computer quietly or almost loudless to cool. Completely beautifully many desires, but possibly we have there which for you. In Taiwan the resident manufacturer Lian left is to a large extent well-known for its noble housings from aluminum in the scene. Particularly is thereby the PC7 row, from which there is now already a Special for quite some time edition, likes which some improvements with itself brings. With the PC7 SE III it goes now, like the name already says, into the third round. Whether Lian left carried thereby good work out, we clarify now in our test.

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Old 9th September 2007, 13:31   #2
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too bad this version is only available from a certain German e-tailer, especially because it should come with Coolink 1000 RPM fans at stock (and considering they mention that there are shortages of them, I assume it is the same model as the old Noiseblocker (now Coolink) ceramic bearing ones).
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Noiseblocker and Coolink are two separate companies
So long Noiseblocker®, welcome Coolink: the originial blue fan is back

but indeed older Noiseblocker = new Coolink
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Bah, hate the approximate translations from babelfish. XD

And all pics don't seem to load, hard to read a case review without pics
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