Pc V1200

Written by Charles Peacock
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With the PC-V1000 and the PC-V1100, Lian Li has taken PC case design to a new level. Both cases are extremely attractive and offer more features than you could ever think to ask for. The PC-V1200 is a variation on these two models. Let's take a look at some of the differences.

Features of the PC-V1200

The PC-V1200 is a mid-tower case that features five 5.25 inch front bays and seven rear PCI slots. Like the PC-V1000 and the PC-V1100, the PC-V1200 features an inverted design with the power supply at the bottom of the case and the PCI slots at the top. Like both models, it is also made of aluminum and has distinctive vent holes populating the front bezel.

The PC-V1200 is built with heat dissipation in mind. It has three interior zones (for better heat dissipation), a multi-ventilator, and exhaust holes on the front, rear and bottom of the case. The sides of the PC-V1200 are two millimeter thick aluminum, which not only will not bend--it won't allow much sound out either. This is a crucial feature for anyone spending a lot of money on a high-end case.

One of the neatest features of the PC-V1200 is the aluminum casters on the bottom of the case. The casters allow you to easily roll the machine around, which can be very useful in server setups where you need to get to the back of the machine in a hurry. The casters also have a break to keep the machine in place when you don't want it to move.


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