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Lancool PC-K65 Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 24,124 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: May 1, 2012
Page: 1 of 7
Introduction
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Lancool is a brand that belongs to Lian Li, and is used for cases from this company that are not made entirely of aluminum. Typically, Lancool cases have an aluminum front panel and steel body. Having two separate brands is a two-edged sword. While it helps users to easily identify the material the case is made of, oftentimes resellers list products under the wrong brand. (Case in point: This particular case is listed at Newegg.com as “Lian Li,” not “Lancool.”) In addition, the manufacturer is not clear on its marketing message to the end-user about the difference between the two brands.

The Lancool PC-K65 is a serious-looking mid-tower case, with an aluminum front panel, steel body, eight expansion slots, and an affordable price (USD 90).

Lancool PC-K65 case
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Figure 1: Lancool PC-K65 case

Lancool PC-K65 case
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Figure 2: Lancool PC-K65 case

The left panel of the Lancool PC-K65 supports the installation of two 120 mm or 140 mm fans. The mesh for these fans come closed with plastic parts, which prevents dust from entering the computer and also reduces the noise level generated by the PC.

Lancool PC-K65 case
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Figure 3: Left panel

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