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Old 20th December 2007, 16:53   #1
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Default Lian-Li PC-7 SE-B III Aluminum ATX Case Review

PC-Cooling.de send us an affordable mid-tower case from Lian-Li, this light weight aluminum case comes with three silent 120mm fans pre-installed and lots of tool less features. Let's find out if a high end system can be kept cool inside.

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I like the one with F/R fans only; wonder if I can get a side panel without fan hole. I am still using PC-60 with 80mm fans running 7v. Still like the classic look.
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I like the one with F/R fans only; wonder if I can get a side panel without fan hole. I am still using PC-60 with 80mm fans running 7v. Still like the classic look.
You're not the only one who likes that , but it really does look better in silver as I have it from PC-Cooling (which is one of the cheapest sites to order cooling gear, cases and power supplies, and they have a huge selection).

I am surprised it didn't get a value award because for an all alu case with 3 decent fans (review needs to mention it btw, that is a PC-Cooling special version) this is serious value.
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Value is debatable, as in my humble opinion the Coolermaster 690 gives better Value for money (~$70) with more expansion slots and more cooling options; but Mainstream is between Value and High End, which this case certainly is, affordable for most people who are building a PC and want a quality ALU case
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CM 690: 10 kg
LL 7 SE III: 5.5 kg

They can both be the best value depending what you look for and mainstream doesn't really do this product justice.
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for an enthusiast product to get in spotlight of mainstream, that's quite an accomplishment, can only be gotten if price is right AND features are good

Weight isn't everything, you know
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