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  • Lian Li "spider" case seen creeping around Taiwan

    Beware the coming of the spider! This strange creature was seen in a back alley, eating cats, small dogs, and any memory chips it happens to find. It has the capability to disguise itself as the Lian Li T1 Pitstop, which is a Mini-atx case with room for a full size power supply. Of course, no word on pricing, availability, or even if we’ll see this case in the US, but it’s a fun… Read More

  • Review: Lian-Li PC-XB01 XBox 360 Case – UPDATED

    [svgallery name="xboxcase"] Playing video games is hard enough without your console frying every few hours. I get headshot, teabagged, ROLFed, and laughed out of XBox Live with reckless abandon and, in a way, I’m sick of it. That’s why I’m glad I can now be a little bit different and, hopefully, keep the red ring of death from attacking thanks to the Lian-Li PC-XB01, an XBox… Read More

  • Unboxing: Lian Li PC-XB01 Xbox 360 cooling case

    Unboxing: Lian Li PC-XB01 Xbox 360 cooling case

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    Making the long journey all the way from Taiwan is the Lian Li PC-XB01 I’m not sacrificing my Elite to try this puppy out, but John Biggs has volunteered his! I mean, it’s not like he can even get onto Live anymore. My Elite will undoubtedly get a case of the RROD, so I’d like to have my warranty intact when that happens. My first impressions of this thing are that… Read More

  • Lian Li producing DIY XBOX 360 case – PC-XB01

    Lian Li producing DIY XBOX 360 case – PC-XB01

    XBOX 360 getting a little hot? Tired of losing sleep over the Red Ring ‘of Death? DIY’ers might want to pick up the $150 Lian Li PC-XB01 chassis. Simply (yeah right) remove all of the XBOX 360’s innardsĀ and install ‘em into this new case for a cool operation thanks to the included 120mm rear fan. Hardcore gamers, or cooling freaks, can even install a water cooling system. Read More