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    Lian Li has finally returned with a new mid-tower lineup, offering modern new features in an updated aesthetic that still thrives to retain its traditional heritage. More significantly, is that Lian Li has priced these mid-tower products to be more accessible to those who have always wanted one of their cases. Yes, today is the day that Lian Li has opened the vaults to the masses and brings us the PC-7F mid-tower series.

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    First glanced at the case I said " not bad, nice clean and cut out holes for cable routing" thumb up for that. But it unfuntional...hmmmm.

    It has cut out holes for the other cables why don't they have one for 24pin?
    Why can't run the cable behind the mobo tray? Is the mobo cross support bar get in the way?

    $140 is not bad for crisp looking case though.

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    Ya, similar to the Antec P180 vs P182......this case needs to be 1/2" deeper behind the motherboard (and then notched) to fit the cables behind there.

    Not everyone cares about cable management to that extreme though, but other than that this Lian Li case is awesome for $140.

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    i just ordered mine and cant wait for it to get here. the only thing im concerned about is air flow with only 2 fans but i trust that lian li has got that figured out so i'm leaving the design work to the pros!!

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    Well you don't know until you have everything in there and monitor the temps. If it is necessary you might have to mod it, perhaps a side window if there is none and add a side fan as well.

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    new egg doesn't sell the 7FW they sell the 7F which doesn't come with the window but they do sell the side panel with the window seperetly so i bought that too.

    Now i will have a extra solid side that i can try to mod with my own window and fan without screwing up the side panel withthe factory window

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