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Lian Li PC-A08 Case

robgs    -   May 10, 2007


Closer Look Continued:


This case comes with the hardware typically supplied with a new case.  One thing to point out though are the extra pieces that are included to help with the installation and to minimize the amount of tools you might have to go and hunt for.  In this bag there is a nut driver, zip ties, rubber grommets and a large cable tie.

 


There is quite a bit of room on the inside. Shiny…



 

Inside we see all the wiring for the front convenience ports.  The front mounted ports available are two USB 2.0 ports, a firewire port and a headphone and microphone port.


 

For exhausting warm air, there is a 120mm fan located at the back, and for filtered cool air intake there is another 120mm fan in the front.


 

The front bezel comes off quite easily and doesn’t require any tools to remove it.  Here’s a good shot of the front fan filter, which is nicely located to make cleaning easier.


 

The blank plates for the 5.25 inch bays are snap to remove and surprisingly, when the front bezel is on, the blank plates are very secure and cannot be pulled off.



 

So far, this case is turning out to be a simple yet effective solution for housing my computer equipment.  The all aluminum design should really cut down on the overall weight of the system.  Next, I will install all of the internal components and then we can see how this case performs.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look Continued
  3. Installation
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing
  6. Conclusion
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