makes some killer cases
, but the company is not above gathering input from users on designs and features. The latest chassis it’s soliciting feedback on is the prototype
for the PC-A51, which is in the same line as the PC-A05N.
As it stands, the PC-A51 is a nice-looking case, sporting a black-and-red look that combines clean lines with pops of color. Key features include support for 240/280mm radiators, 30mm of space behind the motherboard tray for better cable management, a tool-less HDD
bay system, and a front-mounted PSU designed to let users take more advantage of the available space.
There’s also a huge clear window so you can see all the hot hardware inside. The PC-A51 can accommodate up to five 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch drives, and it has seven expansion slots, four USB 3.0 ports, HD audio, and support for graphics cards up to 280mm in length. You can use a CPU cooler that’s up to 175mm high, too.
There’s a 140mm fan mounted on the front, a 120mm exhaust fan in the back, and two optional 120mm/140mm top-mounted fans.
If you can think of other features or design elements you’d want to see on this chassis, let Lian Li know.