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Wednesday, 25 March 2009 12:53

Lian Li launches a new mid-tower case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The PCB-10

Lian Li has launched a new PC-B10 mid-tower case that has a load of neat features and should have impressive airflow.

The dimensions of this new aluminum case are 210x440x515mm (WxHxD) and it comes with five 5.25-inch external bays and has enough room for four 3.5-inch hard drives.

The features of this case include bottom-placed PSU with a special securing bracket for tool-less installation, anti-vibration clips and HDD cage, lockable front door, holes for water cooling tubes, silent foam padding in side panels for noise reduction and much more.

The case is cooled by three fans, one exhaust 120mm at the back, and one 120mm and a 140mm in front. All three fans feature removable and washable dust filters which is a nice touch. We also noticed a quite practical cable holder which should make the cable management much easier.

The new Lian Li PC-B10 should be available now at a suggested price of US $250, excluding VAT.

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