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Old 02-02-2006, 12:39 AM   #11 (permalink)
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http://mg-jewelry.com/mmtoinches.html
19.2913" (L) x 19.2913" (H) x 8.189" (W)

I don't really use the imperial system, it's all metric in Aus

anyway. what makes the case spacious is not so much its physical size, but its design.
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apokalipse, for the Lian Li V1000, is it possible to stick the power supply on top? From the pic that sickness posted: http://img67.imageshack.us/img67/1148/dscn15896zw.jpg
it looks like this case has the psu on the top. Can this be a V1000 frame with different internals? now im confused...
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That's a pretty highly modded case I believe. I wouldn't be surprised if he modded it like that.
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hmm, looking at it again, I see it has more drive bays than mine. that means it is actually the PC-V2000, which is the bigger, server version of the case.

this is a pic of the PC-V2000's insides
http://www.cluboc.net/reviews/cases/...es/inside1.jpg
you can see that the PSU is still at the bottom.

but anyway. I prefer the PSU being at the bottom. it puts more weight down the bottom, instead of the top. and it means the PSU runs cooler (hot air rises)
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It's a gorgeous case, I must say. I think I'll stick with the V1000. I don't need a server case.
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