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Scan code: LN30180 Manufacturer code: PC-A70FB

Lian-Li Black Tower Computer Case

Lian Li PC-A70FB, Black, Full Tower Aluminum Case, w/o PSU

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Scan code: LN30180 Manufacturer code: PC-A70FB
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Product Overview User Interface is a very important key in Lian Li chassis. The external fixture, user interface, and the internal structure have all been tested to meet Lian Li’s high quality standards. In 2009 Lian Li launched the new PC-A70F, an all-aluminum alloy chassis, rounded edge design with a stylish look. The PC-A70F has a hair-line brushed anodized aluminum finishing with diamond cut detail.

The new PC-A70F is a full-tower case, which is ideal for the latest graphics cards in combination with the best thermal dynamics. All the internal installation can be done without tools, and is easily adjustable to optimize your hardware setup. Especially in the advent of adding in new graphics cards, equipped with 7 PCI slots, the PC-A70FB can hold two or more graphics cards, supporting Crossfire™ and SLI™.
Features The PC-A70FB's huge internal space fits E-ATX motherboards, and graphics cards that can up to 390mm long; all whilst having room for 10 hard drives. There are 2 x 12cm and 2 x 14cm cooling fans to cool the system down, and a lot of internal space for liquid cooling systems. It is an ideal chassis for gamers and professional users alike!

PC-A70F has equipped two 140mm cooling fans in the front of the chassis, these fans intake the cool air into the case. These fans not only cool the HDDs down, they also help the motherboard's North & South bridge chipset, and the graphics card(s).

The new 5.25” bay tool-less mounting incorporates a mounting bar equipped with rubber padding. After closing the mounting bar, the rubber pad pushes and holds the 5.25” device in position to both secure and absorb vibrations from the device.

Lian Li designers spent months to upgrade Lian Li’s HDD cage; the new Patented HDD cage uses special Thumb Screws with rubber suspension. No tools are required, simply secure the anti-vibration rubber ring to the HDD, and slide the HDD into the cage. There is then a gate to secure the HDDs

The aluminum PCI tool-less mounting module is equipped with a rubber pad which can hold the graphics card firmly while closing the gap found in the PCI bracket and PCI slot to reduce noise from escaping air and furthermore reduce vibrations.

The Power Supply has rubber pads for both insulation and support. The mounting clip is also aligned with rubber to reduce vibrations but also secure the PSU without scratching the painted surface.

The installation of the hard disk is very easy, and also requires no tools. Secure the anti-vibration rubber ring to the HDD, and slide the HDD into the cage. The patented tool-less HDD cage combines with patented anti-vibration rubber grommets to suspend the HDD’s in a noise free environment.

To install PCI add-on cards requires no tools at all. Simply open the aluminum arm of the tool-less PCI add-on card holder, insert the add-on card to the motherboard slots, and close the aluminum arm to hold the add-on card in position. The additional rubber padding on the aluminum arm assists in gripping the card bracket and securing it firmly.

To install the PSU requires no tools. Simply open the aluminum PSU holder, insert the PSU in position, then close the aluminum PSU holder. You can also turn the PSU's fans up or down to suit your need

The two front intake fans have equipped air filters, to stop dust entering the chassis. These air filters are washable, and envirnoment friendly

There is a 120mm exhaust fan behind HDD cage to draw the hot air out, and improve the air flow inside the chassis. The openings on the bottom of the HDD cage to allow the air to cool the HDDs.

The PC-A70F supports liquid cooling systems, the two holes at the rear of the case allows water tubes to pass through, and the rubber cover can protect the tubes away from cutting.
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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