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    Oooh, metal bits

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    Lian Li S80

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    The flash file on their site showing heat dissipation gives me motion sickness, nor can I understand wth is going on. Does it show me BTX airflow as well or something?

    I like the look of the HD bays though, I guess the aluminium fins are for (you guessed it ) heat dissipation?

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    the aluminium fins are opposite to the airflow are they not?

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    looking at the cables in pretty confident in saying its a lian li at least..*hopes he isnt wrong*

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    I would suggest S80 - hope it is! I'm looking forward to somewhere in the UK stocking them...

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    I will agree with most people here and say a Lian Li.

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    i agree with ash, cables and metal work looks and smell Lian Li.

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    It is a Lian Li PC-S80, but before you buy read the review in Custom PC issue033/June 2006 on pg 54. Looks good but review title says "Keep it simple, stupid" Need i say more

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    (he means its a bit crap, a hi spec pc overheats and crashed in thier experiments)
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