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Sunday, 22 February 2009 01:00

Lian Li announces its new HTPC case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The aluminum PC-V351

Lian Li has announced its new micro-ATX loving HTPC aluminum case dubbed PC-V351. Available in black, red or silver color, this aluminum HTPC case pack quite interesting features in its small 279 x 262 x 383mm (WxHxD) dimensions.

Due to the use of aluminum this one weighs 3.63kg and comes with a rather interesting configuration of 5.25-inch bays as they're located on the side of the case. This rather cubic design also comes with a removable motherboard tray, HDD anti-vibration kit and side placed audio, Firewire and USB ports. The case supports ATX PSUs and feature folded elements so there are no sharp edges.

The new PC-V351 HTPC case is rather well cooled for such a small case and comes with dual 120mm front intake fans spinning at 1000RPM and single 80mm exhaust fan spinning at 1200RPM. The front fans feature anti-vibration kits so this one shouldn't be too noisy.

According to the press release, the new PC-V351 HTPC case is already available with a suggested retail price set at US $120 without tax.

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