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Lian-Li PC30 Mini-Tower Review

Lian-Li (pronounced "Liann Lee") are known for producing a range of high quality and attractive aluminium cases for the enthusiast user. Aluminium cases are set aside from the rest for their ease of modifying and improved heat dissipation over cheaper cases. Lian-Li have cases ranging from fully decked out server towers, to mid towers with factory installed window sides and all the way down to mini towers, as well as various other accessories. Today Asher "Acid" Moses takes a look at the compact Lian-Li PC30 Mini-Tower case, does it have what it takes to house your precious parts? Read on and find out!

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Apr 3, 2002 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Lian-Li

 

Introduction

 

Aluminium casing has taken off in the last two or so years with users demanding the best performance and a fashion statement to boot. The most popular range of aluminium cases would have to be the ones made by Lian-Li. These cases are light, innovative, attractive and appeal to frequent LANers. Whatever size, shape, or appearance you want, Lian-Li are sure to have an aluminium case to fit your needs.

 

Today, we are taking a look at one of Lian-Li's mini-tower cases, the PC30. This is not the first time we have reviewed a Lian-Li product either. Their mid-tower PC65 case (review here) greatly impressed me and it is actually the case I use in my primary system. Can the PC30 continue the trend? Read on to find out!

 

Specifications

 

* Two 80mm ADDA in the front

 

* AMD and P4 approved

 

* Two 5 1/4 bays

 

* Six 3 1/2 bays (2 visible, 3 hidden)

 

* Dimensions: 210x455x357mm

 

* Removable motherboard tray

 

* Includes matching thumb screws

 

* Completely rounded edges for safety

 

* ATX style case

 

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