Summary: The Lian Li PC-X900 is a case that will probably have its audience, but at USD 340 it is too expensive for what it is and we simply can’t recommend it. If you are looking for a stylish, full of features, all-aluminum case, there are better options on the market, such as the
Summary: Overall, the case does exactly what you would want in a case, and that is to keep your components cool and, as a bonus, make them look good. My experiences with the board shorting out due to the power supply bracket and the motherboard screws did somewhat dampen my spirits regarding the case. Because of those short coming, I will not be recommending this case for an award.
Conclusion: Where to start? I guess we’ll get the elephant in the room out of the way. The PC-X900 black costs a cool $339.99 plus shipping . The silver and red versions are $349.99 and $499.99 , respectively (the red looks good, but WOW what a premium). This is targeted at people that aren’t just PC enthusiasts, but want to show off that PC in style. Lian Li knows this and do they ever deliver on style.
Excerpt: Die Namensgebung von Lian Li erscheint etwas verwirrend, denn ein Super-Case kann eigentlich kein Midi Tower sein oder soll das doch ein Full Tower sein? Wie dem auch sei, wir beschäftigen uns in diesem Review mit einem der teuersten Lian Li Gehäuse überhaupt: dem X900B in schwarz, das ebenfalls in silber und gegen Aufpreis in rot erhältlich ist.