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Tons of room for hardware inside both cases

Lian Li has pulled the covers off a pair of new full tower computer cases for computer enthusiasts: the PC-A75X and the PC-A76X. Both cases are made completely from aluminum and have plenty of space for hard drives and other hardware.
 
The cases are very similar with the difference being that the A75X has a removable front panel and the A76X has a lockable front bezel door.


Lian Li PC-A75X
 
Inside the cases is space for 12 3.5-inch hard drives. The case also has space for up to three 2.5-inch hard drives. That means the user can install normal desktop hard drives or smaller SSDs without having to use adapter rails. The cases have tool-less features and are all black on the inside. Both the cases are 23-inches tall and 8.6-inches wide allowing for lots of hardware. They also have dual 5.25-inch bays that are accessible from the front.
 
The cooling system for the cases includes three 140 mm fans in the hard drive bay area, a 120 mm fan at the rear the case, and options for two more 120 mm fans on the top and on the side of the cases. The cases also have dual USB 3.0 ports, dual USB 2.0 ports, and HD audio ports on top.

Lian Li PC-A76X 

The A75X will sell for $199 and the A76X will sell for $219. Both cases are set for availability in the U.S. and Canada by the end of September.

Source: Lian Li



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RE: Very Nice
By hughlle on 9/12/2012 4:40:41 PM , Rating: 2
I'd pay. My larger cases end up being pieces of furniture due to their size and nowhere to hide them away. I paid over £220 for my TJ07 and that was money very well spent. Just want to spend some more hehe. In reality though once this current case becomes a server, i'll be moving to a shuttle or similar. Long gone are the days of requiring monsterous radiators in order to overclock your cpu, other than hdd bays, doesn't seem any justification in buying large cases any more. If it can fit a halfway decent heatsink and a graphics card, job done, i remember when something like a thermalright 120ex would barely be considered adequate if overclocking by any worthwhile amount.


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