Lian Li Armorsuit PC-P50
Specifications & Package
Below are the features and specifications for the PC-P50:
- Lian Li redesigned the internal layout for a better thermal solution, ARMORSUIT PC-P50 uses large size cooling fans to remove the system heat faster and quieter as well as keeps the system more stable.
- The cutting edge tool-less design is an important key feature in 2009 Lian Li cases. Lian Li designer considered end user requirements, like those who need to build systems faster, or swap out components often. The brand new tool-less modules can make Lian Li users’ life much more convenient.
- The look of ARMORSUIT PC-P50 has no door panel design; users can access the external drive easier. attractive anodized aluminum give a flamboyant finishing touch to this outstanding high-end chassis.
- The new ARMORSUIT PC-P50 is targeted for the LAN party gamers. It is a mid-tower case, which is ideal for the latest graphics cards in combination with the best thermal dynamics. All the internal installation can be done without tools, and is easily adjustable to optimize your hardware setup. Especially in the advent of adding in new graphics cards, equipped with 8 PCI slots, can hold three or more graphics cards, supports CrossfireX™ and 3-way SLI™.
- The new internal layout has the motherboard on top of the power supply unit, which allows for easier access to the motherboard as well as more room above, thus larger CPU coolers can be used. The power supply unit at the button of the case is cooled with fresh cool air directly from the outside of the case, instead of pre-heated air from within. This will bring down the core temperatures and extend the lifespan of the PSu significantly.
- To install motherboard require no tools, use tool-less screw to screw a motherboard on case, easily and quickly.
- The ARMORSUIT PC-P50 is equipped with large cooling fans, with low RPM, which still provide enough air flow to cool down the hardware adequately. The front 120mm intakes fan runs at 1200RPM. The top two silent 140mm ball-bearing fans exhaust the hot air out at 1000RPM, and the rear 120mm fan extracts the hot air out at 1500RPM.
- Dimensions: 210mm x 495mm x 490mm (W,H,D)
- Front Bezel, Side Panel and Body Material: Aluminum
- Net Wight: 6.5kg
- 5.25” drive bay (external): 9
- 3.5” drive bay (external): 0
- 3.5” drive bay (internal): 3
- Expansion slots: 8
- Motherboard Form factor: ATX, M-ATX
- Included fans: 120mm Ball-Bearing x 1 (1200RPM) (Front), 140mm Ball-Bearing x 2 (1000RPM)(Top), 120mm Ball-Bearing x 1 (1500RPM) (Rear)
- Front-I/O panel Ports: USB2.0 x 2, HD Audio, AC97 Audio
- Tool-less 5.25” drive mounting
- Tool-less HDD cages
- Tool-less expansion slot mechanism
- Tool-less PSU
- Tool-less Motherboard installation
- Air filter below PSU
The box in which the PC-P50 arrived is a nice one, without doubt. Sometimes it’s better to let the case sell itself than to put pictures of random military hardware everywhere to give the impression that the case was combat tested and can protect you from attack. No, the PC-P50’s box in no way resembles a box of the sort I’ve just described. It’s got a very nice, clean look. The chassis is clearly visible, and most of the features are listed on the box, along with pictures of them, so you know exactly what you’re getting when you purchase this bad boy. It looks great.
Like all cases, the PC-P50 came with a box full of case goodies. Included are two 3-pin power connector to 4-pin molex converters, assorted screws, a case speaker, the tool-less power supply retention tool, several anti-vibration pads, and a wire router. Nothing too noteworthy, but this is the first case I’ve yet seen with a tool-less power supply tool. That’s nifty.
Let’s take a closer look at the exterior now.