Summary: This is surely one of the most attractive cases, and has the high build-quality you associate with Lian-li (it's my fourth). How it differs from the usual mid-tower Lian-lis is in its size and finish.
Summary: Very simple fittings for every thing except the PSU. Nice and quiet, with no rattles and looks the dogs wobblers. This discs mount via slotted rubber washers which is a lovely simple, quiet solution. SSDs are mounted at the bottom of the case, so you need a long SATA lead.
Summary: Brilliant case. I was amazed that my full sized ATX board could fit in this. The quality is excellent. My only problem is that the airflow isn't sufficient for a high end PC. I have an 8 core, with a 7900 graphics card.
Summary: Just built a new computer using a Black Lian Li case. This has to be the Rolls Royce of cases for the money. It is very elegant, stylish and sturdy with a fantastic finish. It is very quite and does not have lots fancy lights; very discrete.
Disappointing Overall - Doesn't Look Premium And Some Of The Materials Used Are Just Shoddy
26 March 2012
Summary: I've wanted this case for the last few years but could never justify the money until recently, so I splashed out. It's true to say you should never meet your heroes... To be honest I'm pretty underwhelmed with this case, yes it's made of aluminium and I thought that understated look is what I...
Summary: this is a class act.everything supplied for motherboard all screws,rubber washers for hard drive,a lot of extras. and a beautiful back plate.to smartly finish it off . only one thing,building my own PC slowly. have not tested it yet.im sure every thing will work. this is quality built.
Summary: I have owned 2 previous cases from Lian-Li and a number of others from reputable manufacturers including Silverstone, each time I buy other kinds I end up being dissapointed. Lian deliver quality, efficient cases and good look. Not going to try and buy another make in future.
Excerpt: Sturdy, roomy, and built to last. It will accommodate most motherboards. It will mount lots of drives. And, it has lots of cooling standard and room to put in more including internal or external liquid cooling. I have 2 of this very case.
Summary: I originally wanted an A04 for the build I was doing but couldn't find one in stock. Went with the A05 and couldn't be happier. Definitely not as solid as my old 3077 case, but it's solid enough and just as well-made. Lighter, too. Possibly a better option in the end, and the price was right.
Pros: All aluminum construction, except for the threaded parts, which have stainless inserts. I have yet to strip a thread on a Lian Li case or part. Extremely well-made. I trust Lian Li for all of my computer cases.
Cons: Had some difficulty fitting older Lian Li parts into this case. Also, I couldn't mount a hard drive in the 3.5 bay because the mounting holes were misaligned. Front exhaust design is a joke. I have the front fan running intake instead.