Lian-Li Unveils the PC-M25 Chassis That Accomodates up to Seven 3.5” Hard Drives
Lian-Li has introduced a new small form factor (SFF) chassis, the PC-M25 chassis, that comes with more than ample storage options and a hot-swap HDD cage for advanced storage applications.
Featuring a minimal design, the PC-M25 is made out of high-quality aluminum that should appeal to users who are looking for a solid, lightweight chassis that offers fantastic build quality. The case weighs only 8.24 pounds.
The PC-M25 allows users to easily install and remove up to five 3.5″ drives while the bottom HDD tray can mount an additional three 2.5″ or two 3.5″ drives. In addition to that, the case offers enough room to fit mammoth VGA cards up to 410mm in length and ATX PSUs up to 230mm long.
If that’s not enough, the PC-M25 can be installed with both mini-ITX as well as microATX motherboards, with four expansion slots for more elaborate builds. It also allows for CPU coolers up to 80mm in height.
The case comes with a simple cooling design, but won’t compromise on performance, says Lian-Li. It maintains a high-airflow, thanks to a low-RPM 140mm intake fan on the front and a 120mm exhaust fan at the back of the top panel. Further, there is a removable dust filter positioned on the bottom of the case under the removable HDD tray.
Lian-Li will sell the PC-M25 chassis starting mid-February for $169.
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