Lian-Li debuts the PC-7N classic PC chassis

Lian-Li debuts the PC-7N classic PC chassis

The Taiwanese computer case maker Lian-Li has announced the new PC-7N computer chassis. The new mid-tower case comes with a number of improvements and updates, compared to earlier Lian-Li designs and sports an enhanced and customizable storage rack for drives, tool-less building features and great clearances.

The new case includes four drive trays that are equipped with vibration-dampening rubber washers. Each tray can be installed in one of eight slots near the front intake fans and system builders can easily remove, replace and reposition each drive tray in case of need. In addition the drives are secured by a removable aluminum arm secured by a thumbscrew.

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The Lian-Li PC-7N case has been designed for ATX and microATX motherboards and in addition to this the case supports CPU coolers that are as tall as 170 mm, VGA cards that are as long as 370 mm and power supply units that are maximum 270 mm in length. The chassis comes with two 120 mm intake fans at the front panel and a single 120 mm exhaust fan on the rear panel. Moreover the front panel fans can be removed in order for the case to accommodate a radiator that is as large as 140 x 280 x 60 mm. The PC-7N can be used with no need for tools as well, which makes the chassis extremely user friendly and sports USB 3.0 ports above the front panel with a closable cover.

The new Lian-Li chassis will be available at the end of this month for USD 99. The case will offer two colors – black and silver.

Source: Lian-Li

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