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Scan code: LN30179 Manufacturer code: PC-8NB

Lian-Li PC-8NB Black Mid Tower Computer Case

Lian Li PC-8NB, Black, Mid Tower Aluminum Case, w/o PSU

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Scan code: LN30179 Manufacturer code: PC-8NB
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Product Overview User friendly design is a key concept in Lian Li chassis design. The external structure, user interface, and internal frame have all been tested to meet Lian Li’s high quality standards.

PC-8N has special safety features such as folded edges at strategic points to prevent sharp edges hurting users.

The PC-8N has been crafted with a Classic Style, Simple and Clean cut design and shape. Using 1.5mm thick aluminum panels formed with the unique hair-line brushed anodized aluminum finishing.

PC-8N have very simple and functional thermal design, intaking the cold air from the front, and exhaust the hot air at the rear.

To make the system silent, and at the same time, to keep it cool, the PC-8N features a 12cm ball-bearing fan which runs at 1200RPM, to have large volume of air flow whilst keeping quiet.

There is one 120mm exhaust fan at the rear of the chassis, it runs at 1200RPM, so it is silent and can still can move a good volume of air.
Features Lian Li designers consider every detail. The PC-8N is equipped with anti-vibration clips and grommets on the chassis, to absorb the noises created by vibrating and spinning parts. The EMI spring on the top cover absorbs the vibrations, without interfering with the side panel.

Chassis has anti-vibration grommets to support the motherboard tray. The anti-vibration spring clips on the chassis push against the side panel to reduce the chance of vibration, while enhancing the perfect fit between the removable parts.

PC-8N features the Lian Li patented Anti-virbation HDD cage, which allows the user to fit three 3.5" HDDs. It is easy to use, no tools are required, simply use the special thrumb screw to secure the anti-vibration rubber ring to the HDD, and slide the HDD into the cage.

The PCI bracket with vent holes adds extra ventilation possibilities for improved airflow for optional graphics card coolers.

Multi-media port connectors follow international specification standards, with one connector for easy installation. USB ports, Audio supports HD Audio or AC97 Audio. The dual design is for better compatibility options. All I/O ports on the front panel allow for easy access.
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
1 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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