Lian Li PC-767 Case Review

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  1. Silverstrand

    Silverstrand

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    The Overclocker Cafe' has posted a new case review on the Lian Li PC-767 Aluminum Server Case. Sporting a two tone anodized finish this is one server that will get a second look from many folks. Here's a snip of the OCC's review.

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    I would like to see the removable mainboard tray, easier access to the front fan filter, and detachable front panel wires. Other than that, this case is totally functional, as well as very sleek and stylish. It shows off its simple lines with the silver on black contrast. It’s a very nice looking case. With the front bezel closed, it runs very quietly with the two 120mm fans.

    Review link: http://www.overclockercafe.com/Reviews/cases/Lian_Li_PC-767/index.htm
     
    Silverstrand, Aug 31, 2005
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    Does anyone have this case? I'd love to hear some feedback on it
     
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    No one has it :(
     
    Wish, Jan 14, 2006
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    nope sorry wish, i dont this its out on the market quite yet.
     
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    It looks like a smaller version of my Lian Li PC V2100B, though it's got a removable mobo tray which is nice and I wish they'd done that with the 2100.
     
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