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Date: September 11th, 2003
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Lian-Li
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS



DIMENSION:210X450X490mm(W,H,D)
DRIVE SPACE:12 total device bays, 4x5.25",2x3.5",6x3.5"hidden for HDD
Fan: 3x ball bearing fans installed
AVAILABLE FOR ATX M/B (MAX SIZE: 12"x9.6")
Multimedia front panel:
IEEE 1394 port x 1
Dual USB port (support USB 2.0)
MIC x 1,EAR x 1
Aluminum CD-ROM & FDD bezel x 1 included

 

 

 

 

 

PRODUCT COMPOSITION


When released, this case is to have a sticker price of about US$125-$150.



You will receive a product model sheet and full installation instruction. Very, very handy.



Also, an accessory bag with the various extra screws for your optical, IDE/SATA/SCSI and/or floppy drives.




And in a small box you will get this optional bracket that can be used to install your disks horizontally instead of on their side with the stock Lian Li lower drive bracket.



This particular case is distinctly Lian-Li other than the unique lower portion of the front bezel. We will get into that further on in the review.

 

 


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