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    PC-CK101 Train Themed Case Announced / Facebook PC-CK101 Giveaway

    Lian Li has now officially announced the PC-CK101 train themed chassis. And yes, it can hold a system.

    There are two versions of this chassis. One is the moving version, PC-CK101 Premium, and the other is a stationary version, PC-CK101 Standard.

    Here is a video of how the moving version is put together.

    Along with this release, Lian Li is also having a Facebook contest / giveaway in which one grand prize winner will win the PC-CK101. Three runners-up will win one EX-503 3.5" HDD External Enclosure and four EX-10Q 2.5" HDD External Enclosures

    This is open to everyone worldwide.

    Let me know if you have any questions.
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    They should legalize marijuana in the rest of the world as well!

    Jokes aside, what was the initial spark within Lian Li to make a train themed case that could actually "choo choo"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallenator View Post
    They should legalize marijuana in the rest of the world as well!

    Jokes aside, what was the initial spark within Lian Li to make a train themed case that could actually "choo choo"?
    It is designed after a Japanese era steam engine in Taiwan, CK101. It was the first steam engine in Taiwan to be refurbished and became a famous moving exhibition.

    Lian Li every year as of late likes to build a "special edition case". Look at the spider and seashell cases. This year, the PC-CK101 is that special edition case.
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    If it sells well will it become standard in the lineup? (the moving version)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimba86 View Post
    If it sells well will it become standard in the lineup? (the moving version)
    You betcha!
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    hahah that is so awesome, entered! but doubt i win haha
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    If one could get 116V/230V between the rails, get it through the wheels into a PSU with some large caps to aid it a little when the tracks are uneven.
    Add Wireless HDMI, mouse/keyboard and Wifi. See where I am going with this?

    You could have the train "choo choo" around your room while you use it, and as added effect given that this is XtremeSystems the train will speed up when the computational load increases. A function of this will be increased airflow which improves cooling as well.

    Optional, but highly recommended. Put a toy Delorean at it's front, just hope you don't overclock so much that your train hits 88Mph!
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    any word on availability in Japan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallenator View Post
    If one could get 116V/230V between the rails, get it through the wheels into a PSU with some large caps to aid it a little when the tracks are uneven.
    Add Wireless HDMI, mouse/keyboard and Wifi. See where I am going with this?

    You could have the train "choo choo" around your room while you use it, and as added effect given that this is XtremeSystems the train will speed up when the computational load increases. A function of this will be increased airflow which improves cooling as well.

    Optional, but highly recommended. Put a toy Delorean at it's front, just hope you don't overclock so much that your train hits 88Mph!
    Just replace the PSU with a Flux Capacitor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naokaji View Post
    any word on availability in Japan?
    Will be available at the beginning of October.
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    A pic of the stationary PC-CK101 hooked up for you guys.

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    The PC-CK101 running down the tracks courtesy of Tom's Hardware.

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    cool!

    But who won the prize??
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    The winner's list was posted on Facebook here. The full email addresses were not posted for privacy reasons.
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