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Lian Li PC-V2120A Full Tower PC Case Review

Manufacturer: Lian Li

Introduction and Specifications

Lian Li brings out heavy artillery with PC-V2120

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Lian Li is a legend in the PC enclosure industry because of their creative designs, quality construction, and overall uniqueness. There are slim pickings right now for users looking for a case that supports High Performance Technology Extended or HPTX motherboards too. Lian Li met the needs of consumers head on and created the PC-V2120 to give power users a sleek and silent solution to house the best and largest hardware components on the planet.


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The PC-2120 comes in three different color schemes - black, silver, and black with a black powder-coated chassis. It features three 140mm fans and one 120mm fan and the entire body and side panels are made from quality aluminum to make it strong and lightweight. This beast also supports up to five 5.25" devices and 13 3.5" hard drives. They also added mounting holes for four solid state drives. The interior design was intentionally created to make custom cooling zones that could be independently configured based off the user's needs. 


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Another key feature about the PC-2120 is its support for a custom triple-radiator watercooling system. The top panel includes three panels that can be removed to add a triple radiator to create a vibrant cooling system for all your hardware including the CPU, graphics card, motherboard, and hard drives.


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Lastly, Lian Li included four USB 3.0 ports and one eSATA port on the top panel of the case and rounded out the overall design with a large front door that includes sound dampening material to keep the entire system whisper quiet. The entry-level model of this case is priced around $429 by most retailers, and the all-black version runs about $479 at Newegg.

Lian Li PC-V2120A Full Tower PC Case Technical Specifications (from Lian Li's website)

Case Type
 Full Tower Chassis 
 (W) 235mm x (H) 635mm x (D) 630mm 
Front bezel Material
 Black / Silver / All Black 
Side Panel
Body Material
Net Weight 
5.25" drive bay (External)
3.5" drive bay (External)
3.5" drive bay (Internal)
 10 + 3 (Using 5.25-inch Bays x 3 ) 
Expansion Slot
System Fan (Front)
140mm Fan x 3 

120mm Fan x 1 

System Fan (Top)
 120mm Fan Hole x 3 (Fan not included) 
System Fan (Rear)
 120mm Fan x 1 
I/O Ports
 USB3.0 x 4 / e-SATA x 1 / HD Audio 
Maximum Video Card Size
Package Dimensions
(W) mm x (H) mm x (D) mm
Gross Weight
2.5" drive bay (Internal)
2 + 2 (Using one 3.5-inch bay for 2.5-inch HDDs converter)

December 21, 2012 | 05:00 AM - Posted by Robert Duran (not verified)

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October 27, 2017 | 01:21 PM - Posted by Raymond A Drake Jr (not verified)

I was wondering if i can buy a windowed side panel, so i can see inside the case.

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