Lian-Li PC-XB01 Xbox 360 Modding Case Details

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Lian-Li PC-XB01 Xbox 360 Modding Case Details

Post by Rahul on Tue Jun 24, 2008 10:01 am

XB01 was first shown at the 2008 CES show in USA,
and this concept got a lot of feedback and user suggestions. At the
2008 Computex in Taipei, the final vision of the PC-XB01 Xbox 360
modding case was ready for shipping.

Xbox360 is a superb video game console and Lian Li wants to make it even
better. Lian Li designers designed the case around the Xbox360 main
board, and created the XB01 for Xbox 360 owners who want an Xbox 360
with better cooling performance and that works silently.
Not only does it work silently and with better cooling, it is all aluminum, in metallic finishing.
Rounded edge, in brushed aluminum with anodized finishing, it can be place
up-right or flat-down on the table top. The high quality finishing will
fit in most user's living environments.
XB01 will help Xbox 360 to have better cooling performance, and running silently. User don't need
to worry about overheating problems anymore.


Some Features:
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There is a 120mm exhaust fan at the rear of the XB01 to replace the
original 2x70mm cooling fan, the 120mm fan can move the heat faster at lower speed, and with less noise.
* XB01 has a 12cm fan, with high airflow but it only needs to run at 1500RPM to cool down the Xbox 360 effectively.
* The Xbox 360 DVD-drive has been relocated to the side, allowing maximum.
* There are sound insulation foam sheets around the DVD drive to reduce the noise.
* Huge aluminum airduct that covers the Xbox 360 heatsinks, the cold air will pass through the cooler to remove the heat.
* There are water tube openings at the rear of the case, allowing users to upgrade their Xbox 360 to liquid cooling solutions.
* The XB01 includes two fan converters for the different versions of the Xbox 360.
* There are aluminum flippers to cover and protect the front connectors.
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Official Site: http://lian-li.com.tw

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Maybe this could fix those overheating problems that we usually get with our Xbox 360
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