Xbox 360 Chassis Lian Li PC-XB01 Unveiled

Posted: Aug 15 2008, 1:41am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:03am CDT, in Gaming


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Lian Li launches a new Chassis for the Microsoft Xbox 360 console that promises better cooling and a no frills PC look.
The Lian Li PC-XB01 Xbox 360 Chassis Replacement features black, hairline brushed anodized aluminum material, Sound dampening foam and silent fan.
The PC-XB01 is 160 x 250 x 415mm (W, D, H), giving lots of space for copious cool airflow. The 120mm (1500RPM) rear fan draws off the heat from inside the case effectively and silently, while the ODD region is encased in stylized foam to reduce noise experienced from spinning disks in standard units. All the Xbox 360 ports are hidden behind stylish dust covers and the ODD bay also has a spring loaded dust cover for aesthetic appeal and convenience. The unit can be placed horizontally, or vertically, depending on your needs, and the water cooling pipe holes are an option to use should you be inclined to do so. The case is designed to fit the entire Xbox 360 internals similar to the original, with the power transformer attaching from the outside.

You need some DIY skills to actually transfer the inards of your Xbox 360 to the Lian Li PC-XB01 case.
The Lian Li PC-XB01 case sells for $149.
Via the Lian Li site. Lian Li cases sell on NewEgg.

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