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Lian Li PC6089 Aluminium Case Review - Specifications and Box

For those looking for an enclosure that says "I've got it all together", there is Lian Li. They have become known for both quality and looks in nearly every model they design. Come join Aaron "FragMan" Clegg as he takes a look at one of their newest offerings, the PC6089. With a track record like Lian Li has, it will be tough to keep up the good work. Let's see if they can do it one more time!

| Other Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Sep 19, 2002 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: Lian Li

Specifications

 

Here's the appropriate blurbage from the Lian Li website:

 

Dimensions - 210x450x490mm(W,H,D)

 

Construction - Aluminum

 

Drive bays - 4x5.25", 3x3.5", 5x3.5" internal

 

Case cooling - 4 bearing fans included (2 Front, 1 Rear, 1 Top)

 

Motherboard type - uATX, ATX & Pentium 4 (MAX SIZE: 12"x9.6")

 

Front I/O - 2 USB ports, USB 2.0 compliant

 

Lighting - 2 LED lighting strips

 

Window - Unique side panel with removable aluminum plate

 

Front Bezel - aluminum with frosted acrylic door

 

Quite respectable; now lets take some happy snaps!

 

Box and Contents

 

The PC6089 arrived in a box unlike most other case boxes - white with nice pretty full color pictures! This is unusual as I'm used to plain brown cardboard with limited writing.

 

There's not much inside the box except for the case itself and a Lian Li pamphlet. Inside the case itself was a bit of a surprise as Lian Li thoughtfully included not one but two aluminum floppy drive stickers. These are needed to make your boring beige floppy look more at home, as we'll see later.

 

 

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