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|15 May 2010||#1|
Lian Li PC-T7 Mini ITX case
I don't know about you, but I love it ...
Size: 231mm (w) x 210mm (h) x 395mm
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|16 May 2010||#8|
Plus, with no covers, there is no real airflow ... so I think heat issues will be a concern.
I have often operated my PCs inside as well as outside their cases, and while constantly monitoring the temperatures with Everest, I noticed a significant difference.
No matter how good the airflow within the case is, when I have had worrying temperatures, they immediately came down as soon as I operate the hardware outside the case.
It seems as if airflow is able to transport the hot air away much quicker, if there is absolutely nothing holding back and accummulating heat.
The PC case seems to me always one of the hardest parts to chose.
Maybe because looks is important to my eyes.
(Children shouldn't play with adult toys anyway)
Actually I see it as some kind of art. You know that art is often wired anyway, right ?
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