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Lian Li G70B Aluminum Case Review

Former staff writer    -   April 26, 2006


Conclusion
Although the exterior design of the G70b case is pretty standard, I�m impressed. The case is very easy to work with it�s nowhere near cramped inside and it was not an all day project to install all my components. If you love to mod cases this is most defiantly a case for you, you can easily install a side window, make a top blowhole and even add some cold cathodes when that�s all done. I�m going to use the G70b as my new Server case and eventually add that second power supply; it might be a great idea to use it only for peripherals.

I do like the fact that the case is all aluminum, even for it�s size 23.4" x 8.3" x 23.2" it is still quite light being only about 23 pounds fully loaded. The screw on feet is lined with felt to keep the case from scratching the floor and the front bezel is easily taken off by removing 4 screws. That is a nice feature there is no need to open the side panels to remove it.

All in all I have to admit Lian-Li has made a believer out of me, their motto is �Design to be Cool� and they stick to it!

Pros
  • All Aluminum Design
  • Easy to work inside
  • Two Power Supply Design
  • All standard accessories are thumb screwed easy uninstalling and installation
  • The case can be modified
  • Top mounted ports

Cons

  • Very standard looking Case



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