Knew case maker Lian Li has unveiled a radical rethink of the Computer case, the fresh Computer-100. The Computer-100 is a long overdue replan of the conventional Computer chassis that develops cooling, prolongs part life, and stores space. This beautiful and compact mid tower case is roomy sufficient for the longest graphics boards and biggest E-ATX/XL-ATX/ATX CPU Board, thanks to its innovative layout. It is so outstandingly simple to assemble less tools. Lian Li’s innovative Computer-100 is a breath of fresh air for the stagnant Computer case market.
Superior cooling assists central processing units and graphics boards functions at maximum velocities less slowdowns or crashes due to overheating. This too means higher velocities for overclockers, and offers the life of disk drives and CPU boards. However, traditional case layouts have 2 serious barriers to optimal cooling, function, and simple-of-utilize: firstly, they block airflow with a wall of hard disk drives inner the front of the case. Secondly, significant slots and links are at the back, creating them hard to access – a defect that producers can just test to address through including some front panel links.
The Computer-100′s radical restyle figures out together these trouble. For the first time, a case is available that furnishing a clear way for cool air to flow unimpeded across the central processing unit, chipset, and voltage regulation parts, forcing heat out of the case with maximum efficiency. The result is a dramatic improvement in cooling performance with standard PC parts, and no extra cost. The PC-100 actually needs less space than competing cases, but provides a less cramped interior, easier access to external connectors, and a shorter, more direct path for airflow.
Two Lian Li inventions have created this break by in cooling potential. In the Computer-100, the CPU board is rotated 180 degrees. So entire those difficult-to-reach links at the back of traditional Computers are now simply accessible at the front of the Computer-100, and the graphics board is much nearer to cool air drawn in at the front. Meanwhile, the hard disk drives are impressed to the side of the case from their traditional position at the front (same to Lian Li’s currently freed PC-90 chassis). The airflow instruction stays the similar, from the front of the case to the back, driven through 2 large, rather 140mm fans filling the rear of the case, and another 120mm fan at the front.