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Lian Li PC-V2110B Aluminium Black Super Full Tower Case Without PSU

Lian Li PC-V2110B Aluminium Black Super Full Tower Case Without PSU

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Scan code: LN25530 Manufacturer code: PC-V2110B Request call
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Product Overview It has Simple and Clean shape! Using 2mm to 1.2mm thick aluminium panel formed to this unique design in hair-line brushed anodized aluminium metallic finishing, with a solid aluminium extrusion door panel in sandblasted finishing. The PC-V2110 uses large size fans to improve the silent running of your system. There is a 140mm fan in the front and two 120mm fan at the rear, featuring low RPM with high air flow to get the best balance between silence and cooling. Features • Multi-media I/O ports for easy access to different devices.
• Case material: Aluminium.
• Colour: Black.
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
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