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Wednesday, 04 February 2009 16:05

Lian Li announces new mid-tower case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The aluminium PC-A06F

Lian Li has announced a new mid-tower case made out of aluminium, the PC-A06F.

The 187 x 375 x 490 mm PC-A06F case weighs 3.8kg and features tool-less installation for optical drives and PCI cards and comes with a rather weird PSU placement. According to what we can see from the picture The PSU is placed directly over the CPU heatsink, which might interfere with some tall heatsinks.

The new PC-A06F offers four external 5.25-inch bays and has room for three internal 3.5-inch hard drives. The case is cooled by a top mounted 120mm, 1000 RPM exhaust fan and a 140mm 900 RPM intake fan in front.

The case should already be available with a suggested retail price of US $100 without VAT.

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