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Lian Li PC-A16b

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  1. djbbenn

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    When it comes to cases Lian Li is one of the biggest names around. Today we take a look at the new PC-A16b case from Lian Li. Features like an adjustable HDD rack, thumb screw design, lots of room to work in a mid-tower, it's very well designed. If you're looking for a well made mid-tower with simple looks, or just a case in general; the Lian Li PC-A16 is good place to start.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/LianLi/PC-A16B/
     
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    Yeah, it can.
     
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    Dan is there enough space gt my 8800gts and that side intake fan to fit you think?
     
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    Should be, they're no wider than the radeon in the pics (my real name is Dan:))
     
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    A belated thanks for this review :)

    Been searching this past week for a new case to replace my Antec P150. Found this one and saw that TPU had done a review on it!

    Might be tight with two HD 3870 (9") and a second HDD cage, but I think I'll make it work. No other case that I've found does so much in so little space and looks good (in my eyes of course).
     
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    Hi!

    The test is very good but you're not speaking about the noise. And also, can you tell us a bit more about the patented side-fan? Can it be replaced by any 120mm fan ?

    Moreover, do sth like noctua nh-u12p fit in the case ?

    Thanks
     
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    I have a Lian Li PC-A10B case that uses the same side fan. All the fans can be replaced with any other 120mm fan you like. As for noise, I would rate the Lian Li fans that came with my case on the low end of "medium speed/noise."
     
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    thank you for your reply
     
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