Once you open the case the first thing you notice is the huge tower down the right that will hold all your CD-ROMS, Hard Drive caddies or what ever else you find to place in them. Due to the tower going all the way to the bottom of the case it makes the inside look smaller as the distance between the back of the motherboard tray and the beginning of the tower is shrunken.
The inside of the case is quite roomy and while it does look smaller due to the tower for your 5.25", you will be quite surprised at just how much room there is inside the case.
Looking directly at the right of the case you notice how many drives you can put inside the case. Normally you would see a lot more spaces for hard drives. This particular model only supports up to three hard drives at the bottom of the case. A PC60 can support up to seven hard drives. Of course, you're going to have to sacrifice something for all those 5.25" spots.
Looking at the left of the case you see the place for two 80MM fans as well as where your video card/PCI cards will sit and finally the IO port bracket for your motherboard.
At the bottom of the case is a filter to help prevent dust getting into the case. Typically you will find you will need to clean this filter once a month as it quickly becomes clogged up with dust.
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- Lian Li PC-6077 - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Lian Li PC-6077 - Page 2 [The Package]
- Lian Li PC-6077 - Page 3 [Exterior Features]
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