Lian Li's Gigantic PC-A79 Full Tower Computer Case Ships in September

Paul Lilly

Supports motherboards big and small

It doesn't matter if you're rocking a micro ATX motherboard or an HPTX mobo, Lian Li's upcoming PC-79 full tower chassis will give it a home. The same holds true for E-ATX, XL-ATX, and standard ATX motherboards, all of which the PC-79 supports. On paper, there's ample room for your hardware, as the case measure 9 inches (W) by 24.3 inches (H) by 23.4 inches (D) and supports up to nine 3.5-inch drives and eight 2.5-inch drives.

The case also comfortably holds multiple, long graphics cards measuring 13.7 inches and CPU coolers up to 5.7 inches in height. If it was built for PCs and you own it, chances are it will fit.

To make it easier to move the case about when it's stuffed full of components, Lian Li installed two rear wheels on the bottom, while the front feet add stability. It also has four USB 3.0 ports, an eSATA port, HD audio connectors,

Fan mounts can be found all throughout, as well as cable cutouts to keep clutter to a minimum (and not to impede airflow).

No word yet on price or availability.

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