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Full of fans.
Rubber grommets on everything that could vibrate.
Excellent fit and finish.
Top quality materials.
Classic good looks.
Totally tool free installation.
Great cooling performance.
Five rubber mounted fans included.
Plenty of cable management aids.
Lacks 5.25inch bays.
No support for extra long videocards.
By Destructoid on June 13, 2012
Anyone who's heard of Lian Li knows they produce some of the most expensive computer cases. Seriously, they're crazy expensive. Though with all the cool features and chic designs Lian Li brings to the table, some would argue the prices of these...
By Kitguru.net on October 20, 2010
Another top-notch case from Lian Li with sleek looks to rival the...
By Clunk.org UK on June 06, 2010
The Lian Li PC-B25F is a rather odd case to draw conclusions about. On the one hand it's superbly finished with Lian Li's usual high craftsmanship, plus it's a very good looking case, and with the tool-less features it's a real pleasure...
By HardwareHeaven on April 14, 2010
There is no denying it, the B25F is beautiful to look at and very well built. The brushed aluminium finish gives it a subtle style that isn’t present with a lot of PC cases. The use of aluminium throughout the entire construction means that the...
By Maximum PC on March 30, 2010
Floats like a butterfly, stings like a butterfly Sing it with us: “If you like aluminum chassis / and a whole lot of fans / if you want premium airflow / and have plenty of clams…” then, well, you might find that Lian Li’s...
By Neoseeker on January 21, 2010
The Lian Li PC-B25F greatly satisfied me. Its aluminum look and feather weight are the two main characteristics one would not get with a standard case. It also has pretty much the best ventilation I have personally seen in a mid-tower case, thanks to...
By Fudzilla on December 04, 2009
There are very few things that we managed to find that we didn’t like with the PC-B25F, but if Lian-Li were to make some improvements, we’d like to have the option to fit the hard drives the other way around in, as this would allow for an...
By XSReviews on November 30, 2009
I so desperately want to give this case the Editor's Choice award, but it's just that bit too expensive to warrant it. Other than a strong smack to your bank account when you get one of these though, the case is damn near perfect. It's got...
By TweakNews on September 26, 2009
When presented with a chassis like Lian Li's PC-B25F, it is very hard not to heap praise on it like a smitten middle school girl. There is, nevertheless, a hell of a lot to recommend this case. It looks good, has a fabulous feature set with many...
By Tom's Hardware on November 30, 2010
Ein Benz mit Spoilern? Bitte nicht. Aber wenn Lian Li mit einem Seitenfenster geradezu zum Modding einlädt, dann überlegen wir nicht lange. So trifft sachliche Noblesse auf einen Light-Mod als vorweihnachtliche Illumination. Als leuchtendes...
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