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    COMPUTEX 2007: Lian-Li liberally sprinkles PC60 chassis with lots of expensive copper

    What we did glean is that it will be on sale in the next couple of months and, should you be lucky enough to have a wallet thick enough to own one, you'll have a nice badge stating just how special it is.

    Discover more in this COMPUTEX 2007 Headline.

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    Looks gorgeous, classic case as well. Not sure it would be worth the high price they are sure to slap on it though. Probably going to get the A10 when I do my next build.

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    I actually think that looks oddly cool...

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    The interior looks good, not to sure about the copper on the front.

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    Is this actually copper, or just a copper effect ?

    Surely copper is rather soft, and wouldnt work as a mobo tray, so its its a cheap sales gimmick copper coated, i wont bother.

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    If it's copper imagine it going a lovely furry green over time.. yum

    Now if it was rose brass..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    If it's copper imagine it going a lovely furry green over time.. yum

    Now if it was rose brass..
    That green will be nice incomparison to the lovely brown tarnish streaks from your fingers oils after about 2 days. I likw the copper mobo tray and HDD cage but the front is a face only a mother could love!
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    Re: COMPUTEX 2007: Lian-Li liberally sprinkles PC60 chassis with lots of expensive co

    Simon's quite right, I went to a shop and had a look at one, the HDD cage in particular and its as light as aluminum, witch got me going to the local metal shop were I was told you can anodized aluminum a copper color if you what. So I'd bet a lot $$$ on this case being all Ali. But thats a good thing as it keeps the weight down and as kalniel pointed out if it was copper it would just go green.

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