Published on December 3rd,2008 at 5:35 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Reality Can Be a Cruel Thing… 3R System’s L-2000 LDorado

Last week we drooled over the 3R System’s L-2000 LDorado, a desktop case that can be put behind your LCD and supports it as well. While we were impressed by the official press pictures, we were pretty disappointed by the overall case quality when we stumble on it in Akihabara.

Anyway are pictures worth 1000 words (especially in this case) so here you are…

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Comments
 

  • i1fang

    It looks alright to me.
    But Singapore distributor is not bringing in!
    *&%())(%^$

  • Mersi

    Doesn’t look bad for me either…
    what is the problem?
    structural, thin metall, sharp edges, non-standard fit?

  • http://www.akihabaranews.com Daimaou

    The overall just look plain cheap… that’s all

  • Bossjerico

    Yes indeed it looks great in the eye and I happen to bought one. The question is.. have you seen the inside of the case? Did you know that the PSU is located at the bottom of the case? Did you know that the motherboard placement will be upside down? This is just not right, my videocard’s fan is getting air above the case. My temperature reading is way above the limits, and NO! its not because I have a crappy cpu cooler, its because how the air flow system on this case is so badly designed you can cook pancakes inside your case. Hmm, If I only knew the flaws in it, if I only seen pictures of the case inside, perhaps I thinked twice before buying it.

  • Bossjerico

    Oops I almost forgot! Can you see the USB socket and audio jack connectors located at the front of the case? It seems so handy right? You dont need to use the sockets that are located at the side of the case. Wrong! The placement is way too low that you cant insert anything without moving your keyboard. Wait theres more, try opening the DVD-ROM drive by pushing the eject button. I bet you will think how the heck I’m going to close it when the eject button has been blocked by the cover. Well, just push tray back in (the thing that i wont do on my blueray drive) and hope that no belts or gearings will be broken inside.

  • sam

    ye old post.i soooo wanted one of them a while ago glad i stumbled on Bossjerico’s post guess i might have a go at making my own one saw some crazy stuff on The Best Case Mods of Quakecon 2010

 

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