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Date: September 24th, 2009
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Lian Li
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PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH



Similar mounts secure the front panel, providing easy access to the front intake fan filters.



The interior is quite roomy and Lian Li has provided some nice features in here. Cutouts on the fixed mobo tray will facilitate cable management and allow CPU cooler swaps without removing the motherboard. Follow along as we explore the numerous tool-free installation features Lian Li includes with the PC-B25F.



Two swing-out bars are released by depressing the indicated catch and, after the bay devices are installed, swing closed to lock them in place. The lower bay has thumbscrews and an adapter to mount a 3.5-inch device if necessary.



After removing three thumbscrews, the side-facing HDD cage will slide out to facilitate drive installation. Another thumbscrew (indicated by the green arrow) secures a locking bar to interface with the drive mounting screws. This is a nice feature and we'll see it in more detail during installation. Notice that Lian Li has provided as much open area in the cage as possible to minimize airflow restriction from…

 

 


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