Outside elegance, inside excellence.
All-black brushed aluminum exterior in simple and clean lines make LIAN LI PC-B12B mid tower appealing with stately soberness. Built for silence, this case features closed design with no visible vents. Panels are padded with foam to dampen noise, and a duct at the back to guide down the noise generated by 120mm fans.
Not What I Expected
Pros: Looks good.
Cons: Poor cable management features - if you install the directional fan shroud you need a screwdriver to remove the side panel screw - sharp edges on the cable cutouts that are provided - one front fan connector is not long enough to reach the motherboard.
Other Thoughts: After reading all the hype about Lian Li cases I'm not impressed. For the money I expected a much better built & thought out case.
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Flawed Air Intake Design
Pros: See previous review by me.
Cons: Well, after owning it for a month now I had a couple of overheat lockups. After some investigation I have concluded that the two front fans, despite looking more than enough for the job, are unable to pull in an adequate air supply from the small vent located on the bottom front of the case.
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Noise Bamping! Air Duck!
Pros: All the parts fit together with near perfect precision.
Cons: When I'm moving the computer, the front panel tends to slip off a little too easily. I mean it's good that it comes off but it's a slight nuisance.
Other Thoughts: The rubber "wheels" the hard drives mount with provide just enough friction to prevent hard drives from sliding out or moving.
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“All the parts fit together with near perfect precision.— Geckzilla 9/29/2012
Perfect amount of screws supplied for mounting all hard drives.
“Well, after owning it for a month now I had a couple of overheat lockups. After some investigation I have concluded that ...”— Geckzilla 10/20/2012