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Exclusive: Lian Li wants your feedback on its upcoming PC-A51 chassis

Lian Li shows off its new PC-A51, but would like some feedback before it goes into production

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Nov 28, 2013 10:52 am

Lian Li has a sexy new case in prototype form, and has taken to our forums to show it off. The new case is the LC-A51, which is built to handle water cooling, has great cable management, and has a tool-less HDD system.

 

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Lian Li has pushed the PSU down into the front, which is a weird, yet nice change, and allows the case to be a little smaller than usual. Even with this little shrink, it will still pack a punch in terms of the hardware that will fit inside. As for the look, it's a beautiful anodized black, which not only looks great, but feels great to the touch. Inside we have a black and red interior, which looks slick.

 

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What do you think of this new prototype chassis from Lian Li? Let us know in the comments, or on the forums!

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