Lian Li's PC-V1000: A Case Exclusiveby Purav Sanghani on April 29, 2004 12:05 AM EST
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When we think of a quality PC case, we tend to look at only the obvious designs and features that each chassis has. A quality case, in our opinion, should have the usual removable sliding motherboard tray, a completely tool-less, if not screw-less, design throughout, intelligently placed case fans and much more to make the case perform better than any alternative.
Lian Li has not failed us in the past when it came to case performance. As we saw in the PC-6070, they incorporated such features as sound dampening foam to reduce noise emissions. It seems that they have done it again with the newly redesigned internal layout of the traditional ATX chassis.
Take a look at this exclusive review as we analyze and benchmark Lian Li's PC-V1000, and see what made them revolutionize the old design.
More information on the PC-V1000 at Lian Li's website.
Special thanks to Hampton Technologies for providing us with the Lian Li PC-V1000 for this review.