Lian Li PC-B12 Pro Reviews

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APH Networks 7.1/10 Jan 25 '13
eTeknix.com  --- Oct 03 '12
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"The Lian Li PC-B12 is an very good mid-tower retailing for about $160 at press time. I know this is quite subjective, but man, I love the way it looks. I am not sure if Lian Li even hires designers anymore, because all it takes is someone with a ruler and a pencil -- but if a clean looking chassis with beautiful brushed aluminum panels built to perfect precision is your thing, the PC-B12 takes this classic formula a step further, and adds sound insulation material inside to keep the noise down. Lian Li's tool-free installation system is also among the best I have seen for the most part. I think this is the closest I have ever been to in building a computer without whipping out my screwdriver. Combined with a great interior layout and excellent dust resistant design, I think it is rather hard to imagine I have much to complain about Lian Li's latest foray into the silent PC market. The fact is, I do not have much to complain about, but for the things I am about to mention, these are important. Firstly, the gap behind the motherboard tray. It is too narrow to reasonably accommodate cables from your power supply. Secondly, the drive bays. It is important that it can accommodate more 2.5" SSDs out of the box. Lastly, a window option would be nice, but this is just personal preference. Other than that, don't get me wrong, the Lian Li PC-B12 is yet another beautifully manufactured chassis to add to the company's large profile of awesome aluminum chassis."
"This chassis is sure to go down well with the Lian Li faithful fans, but I think it may be a hard sell to those who have never used one of their chassis before and with a price tag of a bit over £110 its not too cheap either, for what at first glance appears to be a featureless chassis, even though in many ways that is the style Lian Li were trying to achieve here. But given its superb build quality and even higher quality finish, light weight and no compromise functionality I am still more than happy to award it our eTeknix Innovation Award."
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