|Lian Li PC-V750WX Compact E-ATX Case|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cases|
|Written by Austin Downing|
|Tuesday, 12 March 2013|
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Closer Look: Interior Features
The interior of a case is where the beauty and functionality meet and the Lian Li PC-V750WX meets both requirements easily with its dark aluminum interior and tool-less features.
When the user first opens the PC-V750WX they are greeted with the beautiful black interior of the PC-V750WX. Lian Li included a bar that allows enthusiasts to attach braces to the case to help support heavy video cards. Behind that is the motherboard tray which has all of the standoffs needed to install everything from E-ATX all the way down to M-ATX allowing users to continue using the PC-V750WX even as their needs evolve.
Lian Li opted build the PC-V750WX in such a way that every aspect of the case can be dealt with without using tools. This includes the sides of PC-V750WX whose locking mechanisms are visible in this photo; to remove the sides all a user must do is apply enough force to pop each socket out of the locking mechanisms around the edge of the case. Inside of the PC-V750WX Lian Li uses thumbscrews to attach the covers for the unused expansions slots. Above the ten expansion slots is a 120mm fan with a model number of LI121225SL-4, it is a dual bearing design rated for [email protected] Lian Lian Li also used two of these up front as intake fans.
From the rear, the power cable that snakes it way from the back all the way to the power supply up front is visible. This design is what allowed Lian Li to keep the PC-V750WX so small but it can make building inside of the PC-V750WX a little bit more difficult than a more conventional design. Lian Li included a very large opening to allow enthusiasts to work on their CPU cooler back plates without removing the entire motherboard. Bundled up towards the front are all of the connections that the Lian Li PC-V750WX's front panel.