Lian Li PC-7F Case Review

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PC-7F is an all-aluminum mid-tower case from Lian Li coming in two color options, black or silver, and two side panel options, solid or with a transparent side window (this version is also known as PC-7FW). It comes with a very attractive price tag (USD 130 – USD 140 in the US) and features that will certainly please the average user. Is this a good product? Let’s see.

PC-7F is identical to another case from Lian Li, PC-60F. The difference between the two is the design of the opening for air intake on the front panel.

We reviewed the black version with a transparent side window.

Lian Li PC-7F CaseFigure 1: Lian Li PC-7F.

Lian Li PC-7F CaseFigure 2: Lian Li PC-7F.

In Figure 3, you can see its front panel – this case has no door. It has five 5.25” external bays, the lower one coming with a 3.5” adapter that can be used by either a floppy disk drive, a memory card reader or by a hard disk drive (the adapter has holes matching those on a hard drive, allowing this installation).

Lian Li PC-7F CaseFigure 3: Front panel.

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