Wednesday, February 15th 2012

LanCool Unveils the PC-K56N Mid-tower PC Case

Lian Li today introduced a new LanCool-branded PC chassis, a mid-tower model called PC-K56N which features support for ATX, micro ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards, and can house graphics cards up to 415 mm long.

Made part of the Dragon Lord Series, the PC-K56N measures 210 (W) x 472 (H) x 505 (D) mm, has a steel structure and includes a front I/O panel with two USB 2.0 ports and two audio connectors, three exposed 5.25-inch bays (with tool-free mounting ), an adjustable HDD/SSD rack supporting three 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drives, eight (vented) PCI slots, two pre-drilled holes at the rear for routing watercooling tubing, and two fans, one 140 mm spinner in front and an 120 mm model at the back.

The LanCool PC-K56N has a recommended price tag of $99 (VAT not included).
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8 Comments on LanCool Unveils the PC-K56N Mid-tower PC Case

#2
micropage7
too bad, it has nice interior but the front bezel is too flat and it has no side window
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#3
Sinzia
for some reason I really like this, and if you take out that HD rack you might have room for a 240 rad in the front.
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blibba
by: micropage7
too bad, it has nice interior but the front bezel is too flat and it has no side window
Those are both positives for me.

Not keen on the relative lack of 3.5" bays, though.
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#6
KieranD
The original K56 wasn't painted either.
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#7
m1dg3t
by: Sinzia
for some reason I really like this, and if you take out that HD rack you might have room for a 240 rad in the front.
+1 This case look's like a great mod candidate, would be nicer if the price was $10 - $15 less though. I can see a lot of possibilities for anyone who's creative and has a Dremmel :)
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#8
THE_EGG
by: ensabrenoir
internals not painted.....really?
i don't think it really matters with a non-window case.
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