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Unique cable management.
Most compact HPTX chassis out there.
Space for up to 12 hard drives.
Cool power reset buttons.
2x Internal USB 3.0.
All drives rubber mounted.
USB 3.0 to 2.0 adapter included.
Excellent build quality.
Light at only 14.77Lbs.
Manual can be a bit hard to read.
Fragile USB 3.0 to 2.0 adapter.
Basically no cable management.
Only two 5.25" drive bays.
Openings in mainboard tray do not line up with SR2 sockets.
Using a large CPU cooler may collide with hard drive bays.
By eTeknix on July 03, 2012
Lian li have been around since the early 80′s now, creating many stunning aluminium PC cases that are world renound for their build quality, design and general engineering prowess, but as with most things this quality comes at a price. The Lian Li...-
By Overclock3D on April 24, 2012
So the PC-90, where does it get it right, and where does it get it wrong?When reviewing a case, or any other component for that matter, one of the most important factors I consider is quality, after all the money we spend is hard earned and we like to...73
By AnandTech on February 21, 2012
The majority of the enclosures from Lian Li that we've tested so far have been designed for mini-ITX and micro-ATX builds, but today we have on offer one of their premium full ATX cases, and it's a promising one indeed. Lian Li's PC-90,...-
By Missing Remote on January 26, 2012
With an average street price of $225 (going for $199 at Amazon at the time of review), the Lian Li PC-90 is a deal and a half. With the clean looks, high build quality, and the Lian Li name behind it, there should be nothing holding back most...-
By TechwareLabs on January 19, 2012
So once again Lian Li has changed up the computer case design while leaving the exterior of the case unchanged. Just when you think there isn’t much else you can do with a computer case, Lian Li comes in and WOW’s you once again. The days...-
By Atomic MPC on October 10, 2011
A great case, with unique cooling features and build...90
By techPowerUp! on September 20, 2011
The Lian Li PC-90 is a pretty crazy case. It comes with the dimensions of a standard mid tower but can pack as much as a beyond-full-size-HPTX-chassis. On top of that it only costs 180 Euros, which puts it right in line just above the Xigmatek Elysium...93
By Benchmark Reviews on August 30, 2011
Performance when it comes to the PC-90 is all about silence and while it able to effectively keep my E8200 cool it still lacks the cooling prowess of the Antec 900 or Silverstone RV02. Thankfully because of its particularly quiet fans that create...91
By Technic3D on September 26, 2012
So innovativ das Raumkonzept des PC-90s auf den ersten Blick auch sein mag, so wirkt es in der Praxis an einigen Stellen doch noch unausgereift. Der Platz, der durch die ungewöhnliche Anordnung der Festplatten gewonnen wird, ist bitter erkauft....85
By freeocen.de on May 13, 2012
Der PC-90A hinterlässt bei uns einen gemischten Eindruck. Das Konzept ist nicht schlecht, aber wohl noch nicht so ganz ausgereift.Der Festplattenhalter versperrt leider nach dem Einbau den kompletten Zugriff auf den Innenraum d.h. wenn etwas...-