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Lian-Li PC-C50 HTPC Case



A home theater PC is a specialized project. Aside from the standard considerations of the components that will make the unit functional, there are many factors that are have to be focused on. For starters where are you going to be placing the computer, chances are you will have it in or near many other home components. If you use a standard case, it may be an eyesore on your cabinet. Also if the case is not protected against vibration then it could interrupt your movie playback, with irritating humming, or even worse cause physical interference with other equipment. When you are looking to build a HTPC it is highly recommended that you take special care to select a case that will assist rather than hinder your purpose. Lian-Li is one of the most respected case manufacturers specializing in HTPC designs. They are known for lasting craftsmanship and classic design. Today we will be taking a look at the PC-P50. The manufacturer is so confident in their product they are letting the specifications and features speak for themselves. Lets take a look.



  • 5.25 optical drive
  • Full Size PSU
  • 2 120mm Fans included
  • USB 3.0 front panel
  • Memory card reader included
  • Anti Vibration Feet
  • 2.5 drive slots
  • Supports Graphics cards up to 250mm In length
  • Full height PCI slots
  • Anti-Vibration Grommets
  • Anti-vibration springs


Model PC-C50
Case Type Desktop / HTPC
Dimensions (W) 445mm x (H) 167mm x (D) 325mm
Front Bezel Material Aluminum
Color Black or Silver
Side Panel None
Body Material Aluminum
Net Weight 3.2 KG
5.25 Drive bay 1
3.5 Drive Bay 3
Expansion Slots 5
Motherboard Support Micro ATX/ Mini-ITX / Mini DTX
Fan Slots 6
Fans Included 2 x 120mm
IO ports 3x USB 3.0/ HD audio/ e-SATA/ MS/SD Card reader
Maximum video card length 250
PSU support ATX

This is a pretty standard set of specification I’m excited to see what this case will actually do.

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