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[WTB] Lian Li LIAN LI PC-A05B or Lian Li PC-A59

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    Hey TPU I am in the search of a small mid tower case (no HTPC cases for now) and I finally decided what I want, a Lian Li LIAN LI PC-A05B or Lian Li PC-A59. If anyone has one hit me up!!!!
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    i just bought one of these! great case
    got it from chiefvalue.com because they had free shipping, had to pay california sales tax though... i think in total it was $93 and a little change.

    be prepared to really really think out your cable management as this case has none.

    i see u are in riverside. they ship from city of industry i think so its 1 day shipping as well.
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    thank you very much man. which one did you get? a05b or a59?
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    a05nb. love everything about it. the hd moutning cage is removable (4 screws) if u want to use the 3.5 slot below the 5.25's. it frees up a ton of space right in that area. psu is flippable too. held in by 4 thumbscrews.

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