Above, is a picture of from the Lancool site of how the K63 should create airflow in the case. Now, let’s take a look and see what this actually looks like in person.
To exhaust hot air from the case, there are two 140mm fans on top and one 120mm on the back.
On the front panel, there are two 140mm fans bringing in fresh air to the K63, as well as cooling off the hard drives in the process.
The K63 comes with 3 blue LED fans that will give your case an aesthetically pleasing look to show off your hardware. Blue is always a good color to have if you must have some LED lighting, and the K63 pulls it off nicely. Obviously, if you’re going with another lighting scheme, you’ll need to replace them; fortunately, there are plenty of places to get both 120 and 140mm components if that necessary.
The Lian Li Lancool PC-K63 is a great little mid-tower chassis, which comes packed full of features. The Lancool comes equipped with USB 3.0, which is great to see since more and more devices are integrating USB 3.0. The wire management solutions utilized in the K63 are excellent, especially for the price point (MSRP is $129.99). From a brand like Lian-Li, we expect nothing less. The dust filtration used is also as good it gets, with every intake area covered with a filter to help minimize dust from entering your system.
Furthermore, despite being a mid-tower enclosure, it’s very spacious. After installing our test system, we found that the GTX 590 fit easily. You can have one of the most powerful single-card solutions with you at every LAN party. The tool-free component clips make everything fast and easy so you will have as little downtime as possible while building a new rig or upgrading your chassis.
Overall, we were very pleased with everything the Lian Li Lancool PC-K63 brought to our review table. The case was still very well constructed and used high quality parts even though it is under the Lancool name.
The Lian Li Lancool PC-K63 receives the TechREACTION.net Gold Silicon award!