Lian Li Intro PC-A79 Full Tower




/ 6 years ago

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Lian Li have revealed yet another brand new case and this time they are opting for the full tower market segment. This fully aluminium full tower case, the PC-A79, features a removable motherboard tray and is capable of supporting HPTX, E-ATX, XL-ATX, ATX and Micro-ATX motherboards.lian_li_pc_a79_3

The case measures in at W 230 x H 618 x D 596mm and is available in either silver or black. The front I/O features four USB 3.0, eSATA and audio connectors. It has a stealth-panel cover so it can be hidden when not in use.lian_li_pc_a79_2

Internally there is support for up to nine 3.5 inch devices in three individual drive cages as well as eight 2.5 inch devices. Graphics cards up to 350mm/13.6 inches can be installed and with 11 expansion slots 4 way SLI/CFX is supported. The case is relatively thin and aimed at watercooling so CPU coolers up to 165mm are supported. The case has a dedicated top mount for a 240mm radiator. The case uses two rear wheels and two front feet to move around. The case comes pre-fitted with three front, two side and one rear 120mm fans.

The PC-A79 will retail for $389 USD from the beginning of September. More details can be found on the product page.

Images courtesy of Lian Li



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