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LanCool Dragon Lord PC-K62 Chassis


by Stuart Davidson - 21st October 2009
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Introduction


The PC case marketplace is one of the most crowded in the industry with literally hundreds of companies making their own unique chassis. Take a walk round Cebit in Germany and there are halls dedicated to cases in all shapes, colours and materials. Due to this it can be difficult know what products are good and which are cheap rubbish, especially when looking at a manufacturer whose products you have no experience with. In these situations we need to look a little closer for aspects which could give us confidence before purchasing. In the case of LanCool we have an outfit who sell cases designed and manufactured by Lian-Li, a company who are renowned for their quality chassis. The main difference between the two is that the Lian-Li range is aimed at the high end of the market where as the LanCool brand is more mainstream.

Today we have one of LanCool’s latest cases on our test bench, the PC-K62 which is manufactured in Taiwan and part of the Dragon Lord family.

Specifications

Model:
PC-K62
Dimensions:
214mm x 496mm x 498 mm (W, H, D)
Front bezel Material:
Plastic
Colour:
Black
Body Material:
SECC Steel
Net Weight:
9.55kg
5.25" drive bay (External):
5
3.5" drive bay (Internal):
4
Expansion Slot:
8
Motherboard:
ATX / M-ATX
System Fan (Front):
140mm Blue LED Fan x1 (1000RPM)
System Fan (Top):
140mm Blue LED Fan x2 (1000RPM)
System Fan (Rear):
120mm Fan x1 (1500RPM)
I/O Ports:
USB2.0 x 2 / HD+AC97 Audio
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