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Old 19th June 2005, 16:56   #1
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Default Sunbeam Trio Mid-Tower Case

The premise behind the Trio name and design is the inclusion of three
Analog style gauges which provide information on Volume level, Fan Speed
and Temperature. While the Analog style gauges provide a retro look and
feel, the design of the Trio is more modernized and futuristic. The
Sunbeam Trio Case measures approximately 430mm (H) x 200mm (W) x 440mm (D)
and is light weight at 7.8kg. The case supports mATX and Full ATX
motherboard formats and is packaged with a generic 450W PSU. The eye candy
for Sunbeam Trio Mid-Tower Case besides the Analog gauges is the inclusion
of a pre-modified side panel window, show car paint finish and matching
mesh material used on the front bezel for ventilation.



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no system installed...
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Takes too much time installing a system and compares critical temps to another system; most reviewers won't do it unless it is the top name brands and high price units.
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guess [M] is not like most then
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they should've send the case to us instead
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Love to get myhands on this case .... 120 in/out no side holes b/s.
PC-7 Plus in black



Still like Lian-Li after so many years.
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some German retailer for cooling gear has the PC7 SE with 2 120mms for a reasonable price
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About ~$119 in the US, not much difference than the older series PC6X.
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