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Lian-Li Black Tower Computer Case

Lian Li PC-X500B Aluminium Black Full Tower Case Without PSU

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Scan code: LN25523 Manufacturer code: PC-X500B Request call
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Product Overview PC-X500 has multi-heat zones design to have better thermal solution and tidy up internal space. PC-X500 using large size fans to improve the silent issue, there is two120mm fans in the front and the two 120mm fans at the rear feature low RPM with high air flow to get the best balance between silent and cooling. There are anti-vibration kits fitted in the chassis to stop the vibration which cause the noise. There are sound insulation materials on the internal side of the 2mm thick side panel to reduce the noise level. Features • Hair-line Brushed Aluminium with Anodized Finishing.
• Multi-Heat Zone Design.
• Huge Internal Space.
• Support Long Graphics Cards to 300mm Long.
• Three-Speed Fan Speed Controller.
• Build-in Washable Air Filter.
• Anti-Vibration Kit on Chassis.
• Removable Front Panel.
• High Quality Aluminium Case Stand.
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN
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