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Date: June 14th, 2010
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 (cont'd)



…that are held in place with rubber grommets to minimize vibration noise. While most users may not use this feature on a regular basis, it will certainly make fan replacement a breeze, and illustrates the level of attention to detail that Lian Li has invested in this chassis.



Like the top panel, the front of the case is secured with the same spring clips and the filtered bay covers snap into the chassis making them easy to remove or replace. Let's move to the interior and see what surprises Lian Li has in store for us there.




With the panels off, we can see that the case sports a large CPU cooler cutout on the non-removable mobo tray as well as several cutouts around the perimeter of the mobo area to facilitate cable management. As mentioned earlier, the interior has the same black finish as the exterior, doubly important given the large side window. The drive cage is oriented front-to-back for both ODD and HDD drives which may be a turn-off for some users, but allows for…

 

 


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