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Lian Li PC-B25F Aluminium Mid-Tower Case Review

Opening up the case using the two thumbscrews reveals the silver-coloured aluminium interior.  The motherboard tray has a reasonably large cut-out for installing a CPU cooler alongside a selection of cable routing holes.

Over on the right we find the six bay hard drive rack beneath the three optical drive bays.  If you don't want to spoil the beautiful aluminium finish of the case with an optical drive then Lian Li offer an optical drive bezel for sale separately to cover it up.

The two front panel 120mm intake fans that blow cold air through the hard drive rack have removable dust filters which can be accessed by removing the front panel.

The PC-B25F has the same tool-less add-in card retention mechanism as the PC-8FIB we reviewed recently.  This is probably the best one out there as it's extremely easy to use and holds cards in almost as securely as screws.  Above this we find a Lian Li branded 120mm exhaust fan which we replaced with a Coolit Vantage for testing.

On the underside of the case we find a removable dust filter for the PSU vent in the bottom of the case.  This can be removed for cleaning and should stop too much carpet fluff being sucked into your PSU.

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