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LIAN LI PC-V700X All Black Aluminum ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

  • Aluminum ATX Mid Tower
  • USB 3.0 x 3 / e-SATA x 1 / HD Audio Front Ports
  • 1 External 5.25" Drive Bays
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Smooth as silk, strong as a tiger. The small footprint LIAN LI PC-V700 chassis with silk looking can accommodate up to 300mm long VGA card, 140mm long font mounted PSU and 105mm high CPU cooler. Building up your high end system will be a breeze thanks a jointer and tool-less design. You will also be guaranteed to always enjoy SuperSpeed entertainment with two USB 3.0 ports on the front panel.

  • newegg Balance of silence and cooling One 140mm front intake fan, running in low RPM, but still moves enough air into the chassis. 2 x 120mm top fans and 1 x 120mm rear fan are also included to exhaust the hot air out of the chassis. The LIAN LI PC-V700 also supports water cooling for zero-decibel computing or gaming with two rear water tubes. And opening for cables ensures tidy layout and maximum air circulating.
  • newegg Balance of space and hardware performance The LIAN LI PC-V700 is small but still easy to be service. With space for 300mm long VGA card, 140mm long font mounted PSU and 105mm high CPU cooler, the LIAN LI PC-V700 delivers the best balance of space and hardware performance. The SATA Hotswap HDD cage supports four 3.5-inch HDDs and two 2.5-inch HDDs while space for two 3.5-inch HDDs are also provided at the bottom of your case.
  • newegg Simple installation The LIAN LI PC-V700 features a jointer to join the side panel to the chassis, for easy removment and attachment of the side panel. Eight tool-less PCI card holders allow you to install expansion cards by simply locking the arm into position.
  • newegg Washable air filter A washable air filter on the Bottom protects dust from entering your system.
  • newegg Multi-media I/O ports The front panel offer easy access to two USB 3.0 ports for fast transfer speed of up to 5Gb/s, one USB 2.0 port, one e-SATA port and HD audio jacks.

Learn more about the Lian-Li PC-V700X

Model

Brand
LIAN LI
Model
PC-V700X

Spec

Type
ATX Mid Tower
Color
All Black
Case Material
Aluminum
With Power Supply
No
Power Supply Mounted
Bottom
Motherboard Compatibility
Micro ATX / ATX
With Side Panel Window
Yes

Expansion

External 5.25" Drive Bays
1
Expansion Slots
8

Front Ports

Front Ports
USB 3.0 x 3 / e-SATA x 1 / HD Audio

Cooling System

120mm Fans
2 x 120mm Top Fan
1 x 120mm Rear Fan
140mm Fans
1 x 140mm Front Fan
Side Air duct
No

Physical Spec

Dimensions
8.27" x 15.75" x 19.53"
Weight
13 lbs.

Features

Features
HDD Bay: 3.5-Inch HDD x 4 (Hotswap) / 3.5-Inch HDD x 2 / 2.5-Inch HDD x 2

VGA Card length: 440mm

PSU length: 180mm

CPU cooler height: 160mm

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • Jason A.
  • 10/15/2013 7:33:06 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsWould not buy

Pros: It has good fan circulation

Cons: The placement of the power supply is awful. Who ever designed this case should be wearing a dunce cap. That doesn't say much for me for me buying it though. The hard drive bays are set up in a fashion that would allow you to insert the drives in a forward faceing fashion which I like, but then they have built in sata and power ports in the backs of the bays to insert the drives into. Then you have to connect the sata cables on the back side of the bay by taking the back casing off. It just adds an extra unnecessary possible failure point with the sata bridge connector. I do like the way the doors come off the case if you could keep the plastic clips from falling out.. this was the most expensive Lian LI case on New Egg so in my thinking I was looking for the best, but this is not it. Go with the cheaper ones better built and designed.

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  • Kyle P.
  • 1/25/2013 4:31:05 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThe perfect case

Pros: Lightweight, thick Aluminum. Ridiculously small form factor- this thing is so sexy. It's simple, and very well built.

I knew I wanted Lian Li for my next big build and was sick of massive E-ATX cases that are out there. Also, I found that most full tower and many midtower cases had way too many 5.25" drive bays. This many optical drive bays takes away from potential HDD/SDD storage space within a case. In this day and age I hardly use an optical drive, but wanted one for this build.

I wanted a lightweight, mature case in which I could cram as many hard drives as possible into, while being able to have enough room a very large dual gpu GTX 690.

I crammed an x79 sabertooth mobo, 8 dimms of vengeance memory, an H80i AIO loop (push/pull), Massive GTX 690, 6 HDDs for all my files, 2 SSDs for system files, Bluray optical drive, and a corsair AX860i.

The case is actually pretty quiet and has pretty good airflow. The washable filters are nice. I actually really like the screwless side panel system they have... It's really easy to remove panels. The hotswap works well, although I don't use it much because they're inside the case. I also like that you can fit 2 more 3.5" drives in the bottom of the case where the psu would traditionally go.

Cons: This is really nit-picky, but if you get the version of the pc-v700 with the window, the feet are a dull black and NOT brushed aluminum like the other models. Even on Lian Li's own product pages they show all 3 models having the silver aluminum feet. I did buy a set of the aluminum feet from another retailer and dropped another $18 (inc shipping). This is really cosmetic, but it was important to me. Lian Li should update their product pages to reflect these differences.

Radiator support. I don't get why Lian Li doesn't get with the program and add native support for 240mm radiators, like the popular H100. the dual 120 top fans are just too close to the MB so an h100 will cover up your 8 pin CPU power connector. Also, on my mobo (x79 sabertooth), I could not even mount my h80 with 1 fan on either of the top 120 spots. I was forced to mount on the rear 120 exhaust.

Also, my AX1200 was too long for this thing. You'll need to check your specs of your PSU to make sure it will fit in this case. (this is not really a con, just a parameter of this smaller form case)

You won't be able to get 2 long video cards in here at once (the PSU would be in the way of a second). Again, not really a con, just a reality of some of the tradeoffs you have to make with a smaller case.

Cable Management. Not as bad as I originally thought it would be! You'll definitely need a modular power supply (especially with the window). If you take your time you can make a really clean build. BTW Lian Li provides literally 2 tiny cable ties... I seriously LOL'd. You will need lots of zip ties and twisty ties. IMO Lian Li should provide all this stuff for you, especially since this case gives you hardly any room to work with.

HOWEVER, I wish there was an extra 5-10mm of space behind the motherboard for cable management. I can barely fit my 24pin cable behind here. There are also no places to anchor zip ties on the back plate like you see on many other cases.

Airflow. I don't like how the fans are configured. The only intake (140mm) is on the front panel right above the exhaust of the PSU. This means that under load the PSU dumps hot air out right below the ONLY cold intake of the case (so they system is regurgitating it's own air, yuck). This design element is a result of the placement of the PSU. Additionally, if all 4 drives are in the cage, this intake fan is covered up substantially.

I find I get better temperatures and airflow by having a reverse airflow setup. I have the rear 120 as intake (with h80i push/pull), as well as the top 120s as intake. I then made the front 140 exhaust, so only hot air is removed from the front of the case. I wish that Lian Li would include 3 extra 120mm filters with this case, especially if you reverse the airflow like this.

Because x79 CPUs typically run hot, it was nice getting some cold air over the VRM from the 2 top 120s.

Other Thoughts: Check to make sure your components will fit (especially your PSU and CPU cooling setup). This case is SMALL- which in my situation was an excellent thing. If you're not sure if you should get this case, GET IT NOW.

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  • Kirk W.
  • 12/28/2012 11:09:29 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGET IT NOW

Pros: Small footprint. For a single GPU build it's perfect. It looks great from every angle and if you take a little time and treat it like a lady cable management is no trouble at all.

Cons: Can be a little loud (keep in mind I'm running a Zalman LQ-320 with two fans). Still obviously if your playing games or listening to music does it really matter?

Other Thoughts: If you want a beautiful case with a small footprint get this case now. Keep in mind that this is really only a case for a single GPU build.

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  • Melanie L.
  • 12/20/2012 1:47:50 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

1 out of 5 eggspeace of sh**t for the price

Pros: Its a Nice case

Cons: Its 240$! I dont know a single person who is willing to pay this much for a case! You dont really get anything extra ordinary! The materials to make the case only cost around 40$!!! and are fabricated in a sweat shop(Dont but this unless you like get ripped off

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  • Pedro D.
  • 10/24/2012 11:54:05 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing case but...

Pros: -Size of an mATX case able to fit ATX sized motherboard
-The all black interior
-Very light
- Able to fit long size graphics card (currently using a GTX 570)
-Overall a great aesthetic to it
-The 'hot-swap' panel in the HDD bay is a welcomed change from my previous case

Cons: -Poor options for cable routing (probably non-existing). So if you're using a Non-modular PSU, get ready to have fun routing everything so it can look neat (as in my situation)
-5.25" bay cover can be of a nuisance if you're using mechanical hard drives (see Other thoughts)
-It's brushed aluminium, so it just loves finger prints.
-If you want to use a second gpu, you'll have to make sure that it is less than 9-inches [~230cm] (might get away with 9.5-inches [~240mm])

Other Thoughts: As I finished installing everything in to the case, I started to notice a strange sound. At first I thought it might have been one of the HDD's that just decided to start dying on me. After further checking the HDD, I decided to check the case itself, the strange sound was actually coming from the drive bay cover. As the drive started read & write, the vibration caused by the HDD just channeled to it.

I mention this as a early warning for those that will be buying this case. Don't think that your drive is dying out on you, it's the drive bay cover vibrating.

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  • Korey D.
  • 10/9/2012 9:47:08 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome Case

Pros: Light weight, solid, and small for what I was needing. Removed hard drive bay for better airflow.

Cons: Hard drive bay not removable by default. Had to drill rivets but was ok with that.

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  • adam b.
  • 6/12/2012 8:32:43 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsMeh

Pros: Solid construction. Filters easy to remove and clean.

Cons: Hard drive back plane had a bridged solder joint on the PCB. I was lucky to see it on inspection before connecting an expensive SSD. Funny thing is the bad solder is DIRECTLY above the stamped quality control tag. You can't look at the sticker and not see the problem. Contacted Lian Li about it a month ago with pictures attached and all but never received a reply from them. Luckily i was able to fix the issue myself but with the price this thing costs it should come ready to go. Wire management is tight. I find myself wishing i went with a full tower. It really takes a lot of work to get the side cover to stay on with your cables bundled behind it. They could have definitely given me at least another 1/4-1/2 inch to work with back there.

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  • Michael K.
  • 5/19/2012 10:56:53 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsATX in mATX

Pros: Size, fit, finish, layout. Lian Li is one of the few case designers willing to try out new designs and layouts. This one is a winner in most regards. For a build with a single videocard, it stands out as absolutely spectacular.

Cons: Limited radiator compatibility. No 240mm in the front, no native H100 fitting due to centrally located top exhaust. Cable management is a lot harder than most new high end cases, but is possible with some patience and time.

The most notable negative aspect is the negative pressure setup in the case. Optimally, you would want to go for a non-reference video card which doesn't exhaust heat out the back. Put a filter on the rear fan, and then you can convert it to an intake, keeping the top as exhaust. As is, it gets dirty quick, and doesn't pull in quite enough cool air.

Other Thoughts: PLEASE OFFSET TOP EXHAUST TO FIT IN RADIATORS. Fractal and Silverstone seem to be the only case makers taking this into consideration.

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  • Rick M.
  • 5/17/2012 6:32:08 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsImpressive mid-sized case

Pros: Lian Li makes soid cases and this is no exception. I'm impressed by the interior room of this mid-sized tower. The placement of the power supply to the front of the case really makes sense. Most connections with a power supply are to components that are near the front. I'm using this case for a server build for my office.

Cons: This isn't my first Lian Li case. I find the cover drawer for the CD/DVD drive useless and remove them from the case and mount my drive flush with the front of the case. The plexiglass window seems to be mounted backwards. The outside of the case shows the plexiglass extending beyond the cut-out in the aluminum case and the tacks that hold it in place show. The inside view is a beautiful aluminum cutout with plexiglass window. Why isn't that on the outside? Lastly, I'm not a fan of the ball and socket connection the sides have to the main body of the case. If you have your wires bundled along the back (like we all do) and they get too bulky it makes that side hard to stay put. I'd rather be able to screw it closed with finger screws so it's solid and secure.

Other Thoughts: I really like this case. Airflow is top notch. Design is quite cleaver. I wanted my server compact and running cool and this fits the bill. I don't need a big GPU for this build, but if I did it would fit nicely.

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