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LIAN LI PC-V351B Black Computer Case

LIAN LI PC-V351B Black Computer Case (LIAN-LI: PC-V351B)
LIAN-LIVPN: PC-V351B
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LIAN LI PC-V351B Black Computer Case
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Rating: 8/10
With 7 User Reviews
Xhaiden@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/25/12
Cons: Challenging BuildYou *Will* Need A Modular PSUNot Going To Cool A Heavy Gaming System With The Stock FansSome Fancier Components May Not FitSo Many Damn Screws! ( Like 6-7? per side panel )THE POWER LED IS WATCHING ME SLEEP

Pros: LightweightClever DesignAesthetically PleasingCan Fit A Full Sized Graphics Card
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Tiny, lightweight and you can fit a good gaming build into it. I was looking to downside to something more portable and less desk dominating than my 600T and decided to give this a whirl. The case itself is alarmingly small when you first get it out of the box. Smaller than my microwave, weighs as much as my cat ( There's a sales pitch ). Its quite cleverly designed however once you get inside. The pull out motherboard tray is a godsend, as this is a challenging case to build with. You'll need to plan your cabling well ( and you'll need a modular PSU, I can't imagine fitting a non-modular one in here without risking air flow ). The 5.25 drive bay cage has lots of cable routing holes though and you can tuck much of your cabling out of the way by routing it up through the extra space on the opposite side of your 5.25 drives. You'll need a low profile cooler ( I slapped a Scythe Big Shuriken in ). I ran into trouble here as I had G.Skill ram with the big fancy fins on the top and had to swap the casing on one stick of ram with some old G.Skill ram I had that was lower profile. If you have an XFX Radeon with the copper heat piping at the top, it will be a tight fit getting the mobo tray back in as well. There's space enough inside for them, but the cut out for the tray at the back has a lip that sticks down which will snag the piping. You can get it in with with careful wedging but you'll have to be careful as not to damage the case. Build order is *very* important with this case. There are a few naggling pitfalls such as it being impossible to secure a 5.25 drive in the left bays if you installed the PSU first. All in all its like trying to solve some sort of ancient Chinese puzzle box. However, once you do solve it, you can revel in some geeky smugness. I'd swap out the stock fans if you're going to cool any sort of gaming build inside of it. I stuffed a 955BE and a Radeon 6870 into it and swapped the stock fans for a pair of GELID Wings and a Noctua for the rear exhaust. The power led is HELLA bright, however. All and all, I am quite pleased ( both with the case and myself for managing to put the case together neatly. +5 Geek Cred. ).
DocReinhardt@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/17/11
Cons: -Stock fans dont move much air..-A bit expensive for what you get maybe.

Pros: -Very compact-light-looks nice
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I enjoyed this case for the most part. I have been so used to giant cases such as the Antec 1200.. This little cube was an enjoyable change, and its wife approved.There is a bit of room to work in, and the sliding tray is a nice feature. Also I like the placement of the front fans. But the exhaust in this case is horrible.The case wires could be a bit shorter but overall thats not a big deal. The stock fans are sort of sub par.I installed an H60 in the case with no modding, the side of the case is bulging out a bit. I wish this could have been avoided, But thatís not Lian-li's problem.
omgee@NCIX
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Review Date: 06/07/11
Cons: Fans are limited

Pros: Compact, utilize full size CPU
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Great setup for my HTPC, and aesthetically pleasing.
dandelioneater@NCIX
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Review Date: 02/26/11
Cons: -lots of little screws-no tooless drive bays

Pros: -Nice brushed finish-good build quality-lightweight-case fans are quiet-removable/sliding motherboard tray-can accommodate long videocards
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Refreshed an older C2Duo system with a new psu, xfx 5770 video card, and new motherboard. The case is quieter than the old oem case and was easy to build the system in.
Nicolas_L@NCIX
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Review Date: 07/29/10
Cons: Lots of screws for a side panel (not terrible actually)Side panels can scratch easilyLittle trouble with cable management

Pros: Great lookFeels solidFits large GPUWell thought installationRemovable mobo tray
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I got this case for my friend who really liked the looks of it and she wasn't dissapointed when she saw it in real. She wanted to be able to fit a large GPU and that really fits the bill. I enjoyed building the computer, but there is one little dissapointement. The front audio cable was a little short the way I chose to place it, which is to pass it next to the fans, I wasn't able to plug the HD audio, I had to use the Realtek (if I rememeber correctly) end and then it will be problematic when a GPU is inserted. I feel like this cable won't be able to be routed to be concealed like the other cables. I like how you install the drives, how the cable management can be done.I have installed an Intel i3 530 on a Gigabyte H57M-USB3 mobo.
Allan_L@NCIX
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Review Date: 12/26/09
Cons: Too many screws. Side panels wobbly

Pros: Good material on case. Sturdy, roomy
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Holy heck there are alot of screws to screw, I think 7 screws for just 1 side. Its like they never heard of thumb screws. The side panels are a bit wobbly as they are just a flat sheet of alum and seems like if your not careful, it'll bend. Other than that, its roomy inside. Stuffed a powercolor Radeon 4850, 1 HD, 1DVD drive, ASUS M4A78-EM mATX, AMD X2 black and 2x corsair ram, corsair VX4XX ps. Room in the front to stuff extra wires. Semi square shape
Allan_L@NCIX
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Review Date: 12/26/09
Cons: Too many screws. Side panels wobbly

Pros: Good material on case. Sturdy, roomy
Comment:
Holy heck there are alot of screws to screw, I think 7 screws for just 1 side. Its like they never heard of thumb screws. The side panels are a bit wobbly as they are just a flat sheet of alum and seems like if your not careful, it'll bend. Other than that, its roomy inside. Stuffed a powercolor Radeon 4850, 1 HD, 1DVD drive, ASUS M4A78-EM mATX, AMD X2 black and 2x corsair ram, corsair VX4XX ps. Room in the front to stuff extra wires. Semi square shape
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
Brand LIAN LI
Model PC-V351B
Spec
Type MicroATX Desktop
Color Black
Case Material Aluminum
With Power Supply No
Motherboard Compatibility MicroATX
Expansion
External 5.25" Drive Bays 2
External 3.5" Drive Bays 1
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays 2
Expansion Slots 4
Front Ports
Front Ports USB / Audio / IEEE 1394
Cooling System
80mm Fans 1 x 80mm rear fan
120mm Fans 2 x 120mm front fans
Side Air duct No
Physical Spec
Dimensions(L x W x H) 14.69" x 10.98" x 10.31"
Features
Features Lian Li Fine Craftmanship Product
Handcrafted with high quality alumium sheet materal, with one line of diamond cut, it is a simple, minimalism design art work.

Motherboard tray can be easy slide out of the chassis, user don't need to work in a narrow space inside the case.

PC-V351 is designed for your living room, it can fit a standard Micro ATX system into this tiny chassis and a standard ATX P/S2 power supply, still has good performance of thermal system.
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 1 year limited
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