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Lian-li PC-A12
7.3 out of 10

Lian-li PC-A12

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Overall 8

Lian Li PC-A12 Case Video Review

13 August 2009
  • Summary: If you are in the market for a quality mid-tower case and you are on a budget , I would strongly recommend you check out the Lian Li PC-A12 Case. It comes with a stylish look, it's all aluminum, has two 120mm fans, and there's an adequate number of drive bays (4x5.25", 2x3.5" external, and 3x3.5"...
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Lian-Li PC-A12 chassis

22 October 2007
  • Conclusion: The PC-A12 does everything it should do, though it's not perfect, of course. In particular, the lack of water cooling was a disappointment, even for a model billed as the budget offering in Lian-Li's new range.
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Overall 9

Lian Li PC-A12

21 May 2007
  • Summary: As always Lian Li has produced a very high quality case. I see the PC-A12 as more of a budget case where it does not have as many thumbs screws - as the PC-A16 for example -, it doesn't have as many fans, and the motherboard tray is not removable. However the layout of the case is very well done.
  • Pros: Quality, Strong, Looks, HDD rack can be turned 90°, 3.5" drive bays, Lockable
  • Cons: Takes finger prints which are hard to get rid of, Finish can scratch fairly easily, Motherboard tray not removable, Only marginally cheaper to other, more featured Lian Li cases
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Overall 8

Lian Li PC-A12

15 February 2011
  • Conclusion: Lian Li have done themselves proud once again. There are few downsides to this case which only really show themselves during installation. Once your PC is parked in this new enclosure, it’ll be housed in a great looking and cool environment.
  • Pros: Looks great, Cool operation, High standard of build quality
  • Cons: Costly, HDD cage mounting, Fans not silent
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Overall 6

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
14 May 2007
  • Conclusion: This case has style, runs cool and quiet, and has enough size to cater to a high-end configuration. However, if you're constantly adding and removing components, this case isn't an ideal choice.
  • Pros: Light, sturdy aluminium design; looks stylish; 2 x 12cm fans.
  • Cons: DVD drive was awkward to install, front ports aren't easy to access, its expansion slots may make it difficult to install some expansion cards.
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