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I am definitely impressed with this Lian Li
PC-A77B full tower chassis. Being a fan of simplistic yet useful design, this case has it all. The front of the case looks great with the meshed device bay covers, yet it has a basic look to it that I have come to enjoy. The top mounted I/O ports are in a great location to access while using the computer. Lian Li has designed this case to allow you to install your components in many different configurations, which makes customizing your setup very convenient.
The only issue I have with the case is that there isn't even one 3.5” bay cover. Luckily I still kept the 5.25” bay adapter for the Vantec EZ-Swap drive, otherwise I would be looking for a solution to get it installed.
Searching the Internet shows that the best price on the PC-A77B full tower chassis is about $269.99 (US), and about $300 at Newegg.com. The price is not too bad for a high quality full tower case, and while it does seem like a lot to spend on a computer case, you definitely get a lot more than other cases at that price.
The Lian Li PC-A77B full tower chassis earns the BigBruin.com awards of "Highly Recommended" and "Great Idea" for the great design and craftsmanship, along with the flexibility to allow the user to decide where to install some of the components.
» Lots of interior room
» Many different configurations for components
» High quality material and craftsmanship
» Three hard drive cages for a total of nine drives
» Great bundle of accessories
» Low noise case with sound dampening features
» Many components require tools for installation
» No external 3.5" drive bays
Special thanks to Lian Li
for providing the Lian Li PC-A77B Full Tower Chassis to Bigbruin.com for review!