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Case PC-7FNB Mid Tower ATX/ microATX 5/0/(4) FAN HD+AC97 Black Retail

by Lian Li

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  • Lian Li PC-7FN

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  • Product Dimensions: 19.3 x 8.3 x 18.5 inches ; 12.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18 pounds
  • ASIN: B002T3DRWE
  • Item model number: PC-7FN
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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Lian-Li Case PC-7FNB Mid Tower ATX/ microATX 5/0/(4) FAN HD+AC97 Black Retail

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By springbox on February 24, 2013
One of the few cases from Lian-Li that, in my opinion, has a pleasing front panel with an exposed fan that doesn't reveal the internals of the case much.

The hard drive cage can be repositioned, but I had problems with the bottom of the case being severely scratched when moving it because of the low clearance. There's also a large 140mm fan in front of the cage to keep disks cool, which works very well.

There's enough holes in the frame that you can route cables easily, and it comes with a few accessories that can help manage cables further. There is a hole behind the CPU to make changing heatsinks easier, but it's not large enough to not obstruct the backplate on some motherboards.

Most things in the case are toolless and are secured with large thumb screws. The only major problem I have had with these screws is that the threads on two of the expansion slots were stripped after 3 years even though they were barely used. This is apparently a problem for soft metals such as aluminum.

You won't be able to fit longer graphics cards into this case like the GTX 680 unless you remove the hard drive cage and insert it into a PCI-E slot that's closest to the power supply. Fortunately, Lian-Li sells hard drive cages with fans that will mount into the 5.25" drive bays.

The fans included with the case are not particularly loud, but they're kind of cheap, and only have three pin connectors, which can be an issue on some motherboards if you want to control their speed. I believe they at least have ball bearings. The front fan also has a filter, which is a nice feature. Although, there is no filter provided for the vent on the bottom of the case even though it's featured in a number of pictures.
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