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    Very nice review. I am getting a Lian Li v1000z in about 1 hour. It has the front panel Esata. I am really wondering if that just plugs into a normal sata on the mobo or what....I don't see how that would work. I have a Gigabyte EP45-UD3P with 6 sata ports and 2 more controlled by another chip for 8 total. I know you would want to use AHCI mode but would you be able to plug and un-plug Esata drives without shutting down?

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    Default Re: Lian Li PC-B70 Full Tower Case

    Quote Originally Posted by nate42nd View Post
    Very nice review. I am getting a Lian Li v1000z in about 1 hour. It has the front panel Esata. I am really wondering if that just plugs into a normal sata on the mobo or what....I don't see how that would work. I have a Gigabyte EP45-UD3P with 6 sata ports and 2 more controlled by another chip for 8 total. I know you would want to use AHCI mode but would you be able to plug and un-plug Esata drives without shutting down?

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    The e-SATA connection from the front I/O panel will plug directly into a sata port on your motherboard.

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    Thanks for the reply. Is this going to allow me to connect and un-plug a drive while powered on? I don't see how this works. Do you have an Esata connection on your own case?
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    Default Re: Lian Li PC-B70 Full Tower Case

    it is plug and play like a USB jack is. E-SATA in super short terms, is just another way like USB or IEEE 1394.

    I have had E-sata on most cases. I have yet to use it once.

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    Default Re: Lian Li PC-B70 Full Tower Case

    Plug and play directly hooked to the mobo.....

    Cool, thanks. It will be nice to use my external enclosure with it.
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    880GMA-UD2P - X6 1055T CPU - Patriot Inferno 120GB SSD - GSkill 1333 8-8-8-21 - 2 500GB WD Black
    2 or 3 other systems I like to play with and a laptop

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