Lian Li makes some of the nicest and most expensive PC cases on the market. Today the company has announced a pair of new PC cases called the PC-7FN and the PC-60FN both using a Mid tower design with all the features and attractive design expected from Lian Li.
The PC-P7FN chassis is an anodized black aluminum case that measures 210 x 470 x 490 mm (W x H x D). It supports ATX and micro ATX mainboards and has four 3.5" drive bays, eight expansion slots, and five 5.25" drive bays. One of the bays has a removable 3.5" to 5.25" converter. The case is built from 1.5mm to 1.2mm thick aluminum panes with a brushed finish all around.
The only difference between the PC-7FN and the PC-60FN is the design of the front panel with the 7FN having smooth rounded vent hole and the 60FN having a front bezel that is more open. Both cases have two internal fans with one being a 14cm intake fan with LED lighting and the other being a 120mm exhaust fan. Both cases also have a tool-less design and rounded edges to prevent cuts while working inside the case. Enthusiasts using water cooling will like that holes for tubing is already cut in the chassis as well.