LIAN LI PC-90 The Hammer Review

Instructions and Accessories

LIAN LI PC-90  The Hammer

 

Instructions and Accessories

The PC-90 comes with quite a bewildering array of screws and plastic brackets.  So many in fact that Lian Li have been thoughtful enough to include a small plastic partitioned box for you to put them all into for safe keeping once the packets are opened.  The black plastic brackets seen in the image below left are intended to give support to PCI cards, especially those longer cards found in some Workstation and server set ups.  They work in conjunction with the central vertical strut which is located between the two HDD mounting struts.  The picture below right shows in more detail one of the HDD mounting struts and the central strut.

LIAN LI PC-90  The Hammer     LIAN LI PC-90  The Hammer  

 

Lian Li include a multi language set of instructions and although comprehensive the pictures are a tad small and the use of language a smidgen on the confusing side at times.  Also included is a nice pamphlet of Lian Li accessories and add on s for this and other Lian Li cases.

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24-04-2012, 07:19:46

tinytomlogan


Let's take a look at one of the latest offerings from LIAN LI. The PC-90. AKA "The Hammer"

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24-04-2012, 09:04:51

sheroo
I think you've been more than generous giving it a silver. I wouldn't pay that kind of money for a case, knowing that no matter how much effort I went to that the cabling is still gonna look like a dogs breakfast. Lian-Li need to take their quality and get more innovative the way Silverstone have.Quote

24-04-2012, 09:07:50

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by sheroo View Post

I think you've been more than generous giving it a silver. I wouldn't pay that kind of money for a case, knowing that no matter how much effort I went to that the cabling is still gonna look like a dogs breakfast. Lian-Li need to take their quality and get more innovative the way Silverstone have.
Think you are missing the point of this case though fella, its deffo not a show off case, more a compact but still get a huge rig inside kinda case.

It fits HTPX and EBB boards (dual socket) and yet its still midtower!Quote
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