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Friday, 28 August 2009 11:32

Lian Li shows its new mid-tower case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The aluminum PC-B25F

Lian Li has been quite busy during these last few months and has announced yet another mid-tower case, the PC-B25F. This new aluminum mid-tower case features an elegant and quite simple design, something that is hard to see these days.

The new PC-B25F measures 210 x 495 x 490 (WxHxD) and has support for ATX and micro-ATX motherboards. It can house three external 5.25-inch bays, while one of those has a 3.5-inch adapter. The rest of the features include a full tool-less design, PSU securing bracket, anti-vibration HDD cage that can support up to six 3.5-inch hard drives or SSDs and a top placed I/O panel with eSATA, audio and two USB ports.

The cooling is quite impressive as this one comes with no less than five fans. It has two 120mm fans in the front, spinning at 1200RPM, two top 140mm fans spinning at 1000RPM, and a single 120mm rear fan spinning at 1500RPM.

The case should start selling sometime around mid-September with a US $190 (exc. VAT) price tag.

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