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    I still love my good ole lian-li pc 60. Damn good looking case, especially with the black drives I have in mine. Makes the silver not quite so overwhelming.

    <img border="0" src="http://www.coolerguys.com/ProductImages/840556007364.jpg" width="175" height="264">

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    Quote Originally Posted by viertelasiat
    hey im just wonderin what did u do with ur atc-110??
    http://www.tweaktown.com/forums/show...threadid=16066

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    How would you compare this case to the Anetc P-160?

    http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProduc...129-144&depa=1
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    Well, they're both nice cases, but I think P160 is better. The 6077 uses 80mm fans, which, when you use 4 or 5 of them, can become very loud. The P160 uses big 120mm fans that move a lot of air at slower speeds and much less noise. THe P160 also has many other features that make it an incredibly quiet case, like rubber grommets under the HDD's and 1.2mm aluminum (doesnt vibrate as much). I also like the swiveling bezel at the top of the case with all of the ports. Look around and read reviews on each. It also happens that the P160 is a good $15-20usd cheaper :thumb: . : peace2: Mista K6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Good to hear. :thumb:

    But where are the pic's? :?:
    I finally got around to taking pics.

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/showthre...786#post208786

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    Quote Originally Posted by viertelasiat
    hey im just wonderin what did u do with ur atc-110??
    I still have it. Message me if you're interested.

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    I dont think the Antec case has a removable Hard Drive tray which is a very benefitial option. Im assuming the Lian Li mentioned above does have one of these as my LianLi PC60 does. It makes working on it so nice as you can just pop off 4 thumb screw from the back, remove and couple cables from the board and youve got the MB out with all your PCI cards and AGP cards all at once and you can change things accordinlly and/or swap out processors without feer of damaging them or our MB.

    The detail that the Lian-Li case go into is also of the most incredible quality that I have seen with any other case manufacturer. They are incredable. You can remove anyhting with the utmost of ease from the case. Everthing has thumbscrews and even the wiring harness for the front panel I/O's (power, reset, ect) has an inline detachable part so you dont have to do the tedious chore of connecting these to your MB inside the case every time you take the MB out. Mine even came with 4 fairly high quality double ball bairing fans. Lian-Li makes the best cases without a doubt. You get a good bang for your buck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMD2NR
    I dont think the Antec case has a removable Hard Drive tray which is a very benefitial option. Im assuming the Lian Li mentioned above does have one of these as my LianLi PC60 does. It makes working on it so nice as you can just pop off 4 thumb screw from the back, remove and couple cables from the board and youve got the MB out with all your PCI cards and AGP cards all at once and you can change things accordinlly and/or swap out processors without feer of damaging them or our MB.

    The detail that the Lian-Li case go into is also of the most incredible quality that I have seen with any other case manufacturer. They are incredable. You can remove anyhting with the utmost of ease from the case. Everthing has thumbscrews and even the wiring harness for the front panel I/O's (power, reset, ect) has an inline detachable part so you dont have to do the tedious chore of connecting these to your MB inside the case every time you take the MB out. Mine even came with 4 fairly high quality double ball bairing fans. Lian-Li makes the best cases without a doubt. You get a good bang for your buck!
    Don't get to carried away there son as those Lain-Li's feel like tinfoil to me and at least the UNEEC clones are made with thicker substance (1.2mm aluminium vs. softer 1.0mm aluminium and totally feel more sturdier), http://www.tweaktown.com/document.ph...review&dId=612, but there are plenty of fors and againsts if ya really want to delve into each of them though I still prefer the original UNEEC style aluminium case over the newer one but then I prefer the steel version of that one (each to their own as they say).

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