Features, Packaging, Included Accessories
- Front door panel designed to keep users’ computers working noiselessly
- Motherboard tray can be easily slide out of the chassis for convenience
- Supports HPTX motherboards
- 11 PCI-slots that support up to four, high-end PCI-e video cards
- Noise-reducing foam on front and side panels
- Space on top of case for three fans if users desire
- Case wheels that lock into position easily
- Three 140mm and one 120mm fans (front) and one 120mm fan (rear) keep hot air from damaging users’ hardware
- USB 3.0, e-SATA and HD Audio ports on top panel
- HDD cage, using thumb screws with rubber suspension, supports ten 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch HDDs
The PC-V2120 is packaged in a massive cardboard box with good advertising that showcases all the features and options available with this HPTX-compatible case.
The technical specifications are listed on the left panel of the retail packaging. Consumers will also noticed that this case comes in three different colors (the last case is black with a black chassis).
The actual shipping material includes stryofoam and plastic. Nothing special here as this is a standard practice among most vendors in the PC enclosure industry.
Lian Li bundled several accessories to help with cable management and make installing components much easier. they included two large bags of oversized thumbscrews, unique motherboard thumbscrews, optical drive screws, and lots of rubber grommets to help reduce noise and vibrations from different hardware.
They also added add-on brackets to make more optical bays that could utilize a tool-less design. The aluminum panel above can be installed to accommodate SSI CEB/EEB motherboards.
This handy cable converts USB 3.0 to USB 2.0 to give legacy users the option to add more USB 2.0 ports from the front panel or as an add-on to the back panel through the PCI slots.
The last accessory Lian Li bundled with the PC-V2120 is a convenient plastic screw box with different compartments for motherboard screws, thumbscrews, and other components.
To go along with the massive amount of screws and brackets, Lian Li created a compact user and installation guide to walk users through installing their components into the PC-V2120 case. It’s too bad it’s not in color and numbered in the order they want us to install hardware. Oh well.