Lian Li PC-A77 Full-Tower Chassis
Author: Rutledge Feman
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 06-12-2008
Provided by: Lian Li
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Introduction

Lian Li is considered by most to be the Cadillac of computer chassis manufacturers. Each new chassis is thoughtfully designed, taking into consideration cooling, silence and aesthetics. These luxury suites are hand-crafted from aluminum pieces and offer lots of freedom in installation. This year, Lian Li revamped their catalog of cases, renovating their old classics by adding more features and better looks. We've already reviewed two of these new cases, the PC-A17 and the PC-V1110, and today we're having a look at a third: the PC-A77. The PC-A77 is the full-tower version of the PC-A17, a case which totally impressed us, but is the full tower version worth the extra dough?


A full-tower chassis, the PC-A77 is of course a large case. We first get note of this fact when we look at the gigantic box it comes in. The front and back of the box are the same, and are nicely decorated with pictures of the various features for this case and a nice picture of the case itself in action. The sides of the case are also both identical, and have a list of specifications, which are reproduced below.


The PC-A77 has some of the great features we have grown to love in Lian Li cases over the years. A removable motherboard tray, top panel, and hard-drive cage make for flexible installation. Their unique hard-drive installation system greatly reduces vibrations, and they even included a fan controller. Continue on as we check this case out in greater detail.


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