The overall look of the PC-100’s packaging is similar to what we have seen in the past. Lian Li packs the packaging with lots of photos of the cases features as well as a large photo of the front of the case, even with all of that the design isn’t very exciting. Around on the side of the box, along with specifications there is an image showing the PC-100’s whopping 400mm clearance for video cards.

Along with all of the cases thumbscrews and specialty screws for holding down your hard drives you get a small tool box. This isn’t something we have ever seen included with any other case but we welcome the perk. In the case of the PC-100 this is a great idea. If you lose any of the specialty screws you won’t be able to add hard drives in the future unlike other cases that use standard screws.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #25098 14 May 2012 18:46
An interesting case design from Lian Li. Its not without a few problems, but they manage to rethink cases, fitting a full XL-ATX motherboard into a mid tower case!
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jamdox replied the topic: #25222 19 May 2012 13:40
I'm curious, do the water cooling tubes reach back to the 140mm fans or are they too short?
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garfi3ld replied the topic: #25226 19 May 2012 18:18
they do reach as long as you turn the pump/water block to have the tubes on the right side. You would need a 140mm Radiator or a 140mm to 120mm adapter. Also because it is so tight it will depend on the motherboard you use, if the motherboard has the CPU socket any closer to the rear IO panel than on the board we tested with, it wouldn't work.
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Wingless92 replied the topic: #25235 20 May 2012 19:52
Saw this at their booth at CES. Was a strange design for case but that's Lian Li for ya. Lets do something totally different.

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