Lian Li Launch the PC-M25, an mATX Chassis with Hotswap Storage Options

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅27.01.2016 14:30:00

January 27, 2016, Keelung, Taiwan - Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd announces the PC-M25 chassis. This small form factor (SFF) chassis offers ample storage options and a hot-swap HDD cage for advanced storage applications.

Mini Tower, Maximized Drive Capacity

The PC-M25 includes a hot-swap HDD rack where users can conveniently install and remove up to five 3.5 drives with rubber suspension and without needing tools. The bottom HDD tray can mount an additional three 2.5 or two 3.5 drives. This makes a total of as many as seven 3.5 hard drives for advanced RAID storage applications.

Spacious Clearances and microATX

The PC-M25 has space enough to fit mammoth VGA cards up to 410mm in length and ATX PSUs up to 230mm long. Unlike its little brother the PC-Q25, it can be installed with Mini-ITX as well as microATX motherboards, with four expansion slots for more elaborate builds. Users can install CPU coolers up to 80mm in height.

Streamlined Cooling and Airflow

The PC-M25 employs a simple cooling design while maintaining great performance. Using a high-airflow, low-RPM 140mm fan, it intakes fresh air through two vents on both side panels, through the HDD cage, and exhausts through a 120mm fan at the back of the top panel. A removable dust filter is positioned on the bottom of the case under the removable HDD tray.

Clean Design and Quality Construction

Lian Li is famed for its quality of construction and minimal design, exemplified by the PC-M25. Everything from the power button to the case stands are cut from quality aluminum; it's a solid, lightweight chassis weighing only 8.24 pounds.

Price and Availability

The PC-M25 will be available at the end of January for 119.90.

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