Lian Li releases the PC-S80 Full Tower Silent Case
- 23 May, 2006 13:10
<p>20 years of legendary PC Cases has come to this; the Lian-Li PC-S80 silent case</p>
<p>Lian-Li is the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of high quality aluminium PC cases. The name “Lian-Li” is synonymous for style, sophistication, cutting edge design and unsurpassable build quality. Lian-Li, with 20 years of experience in case manufacturing under it’s belt, has now come up with a new product offering; the PC-S80 full tower silent case.</p>
<p>The PC-S80 has many features that make it stand apart from the competition:</p>
<p>Double-wall construction, swing open door for greater noise reduction and decreased dust infiltration.
Two-layer design sound dampening panels inside the case to isolate component noise.
Two 12cm ball bearing fans in front panel direct cool air entering through the four front vents over the drive bays and aluminium inside layer.
Extruded aluminium HDD heatsinks with sliding tracks for easy assembly (6 x 3.5” internal drive bays).
Air flow duct for 12cm rear fan to direct air over the CPU.
Front door features automotive grade rubber gaskets for sound dampening and a spring loaded ball-bearing door latch.
Rear sound proof cover for 8cm top rear fan to redirect hot exhaust air from the PSU away from the case and dampen fan noise.
Multimedia I/O ports on top front of case for easy access: (IEEE1394/USB/MIC/EAR).
5 x 5.25” external drive bays.
Dimensions: 210 x 590 x 590mm (W,H,D).</p>
<p>Witness this history-making case for yourself today.</p>
<p>The Lian-Li PC-S80 is available in black or silver and retails for $499.00 AUD and $549.00 NZD. It is available for purchase now.</p>
<p>Anyware is an official distributor for Lian-Li PC cases in Australia and New Zealand.</p>
<p>Anyware is a wholesaler and does not sell directly to the public.</p>
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