Lian Li PC-90 Case mixes and matches features for fun

by Rafael Hernandez on September 1, 2011 · 0 comments

Lian Li’s PC-90 case might be a prime example of losing your train of thought. It has a few modern features such as USB3 ports, massive amounts of airflow courtesy of the two 140mm fans at the front of the machine, an ingenious hard drive mounting system that keeps hard drives out of the path of airflow, ten expansion slots for those with larger HPTX motherboards, and water cooling ports allowing for external cooling solutions to be easily added. Unfortunately such a massive case is lacking two things that would make this a dream for the neat freaks out there… namely its lack of extensive cable routing capabilities and the top mounted power supply bay. It might not be a deal breaker for some, since this is one good looking case, but it would’ve placed it at the top of many wish lists straight away.

Lian Li PC-90 Computer Case Review @ Benchmark Reviews

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