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    Lian Li PC-Q37 SFF chassis offers tempered glass flair

    This Mini-ITX chassis uses the increasingly popular twin- compartment design.
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    Re: Lian Li PC-Q37 SFF chassis offers tempered glass flair

    No dust covers?

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    Re: Lian Li PC-Q37 SFF chassis offers tempered glass flair

    Looks like the 2 120/80 fans are designed to be exhausts, and the base has a small recessed vented section at the very bottom. So it sould drag in cold air from the bottom and spit it out the back/top. No need for dust covered on the 120/80's in that case.

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    Re: Lian Li PC-Q37 SFF chassis offers tempered glass flair

    no CD/DVD/BD bay?

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    Re: Lian Li PC-Q37 SFF chassis offers tempered glass flair

    Quote Originally Posted by QuorTek View Post
    no CD/DVD/BD bay?
    I'm quite happy with this! I much prefer having a little external BD drive (only slightly larger than a CD jewel case). I keep hoping for a new smaller version of my Aerocool Cube.

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    Re: Lian Li PC-Q37 SFF chassis offers tempered glass flair

    Quote Originally Posted by Sim0n View Post
    Looks like the 2 120/80 fans are designed to be exhausts, and the base has a small recessed vented section at the very bottom. So it sould drag in cold air from the bottom and spit it out the back/top. No need for dust covered on the 120/80's in that case.
    Still, the case looks like it favours more exhaust than intake fan power (with there only being two intake fans on the bottom), and that negative case pressure drags in dust through all the other grilles, holes and cracks.

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