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Simplicity at its best: Lancool PC-K62 Casing Review

We managed to get hold of this pretty interesting casing. On first look, it does resemble some of the common cases, windowed side panel, vents in the front, and a rectangular build. However after trying it out, we’d say that it has more to offer than cases in its category.

Now, some of you might still be thinking what’s so interesting with some relatively unheard-of case company when compared to the big names like Antec, CoolerMaster, and Lian-Li? Well, Lancool is actually affliated to Lian-Li, but they have taken much effort to draw the line clearly between the two brands.

Lian-Li as everyone knows, makes premium quality aluminium cases for enthusiasts, but these cases do not come cheap compared to the steel cases of CoolerMaster. Lancool plugs this void, and now you have Lian-Li innovation and quality at a lower cost with their line of steel (gaming) cases.

Here we have in our lab today is the PC-K62, one of the highest-end products from Lancool. Let’s take a look at the specification list before we check out the casing proper.

Model PC-K62 
Case Type Advance Mid Tower 
Dimensions  214mm x 496mm x 498 mm (W, H, D) 
Front bezel Material Plastic 
Color Black 
Side Panel CECC Steel 
Body Material CECC Steel 
Net Weight  9.55kg 
5.25″ drive bay (External)
3.5″ drive bay (External)  
3.5″ drive bay (Internal)
Expansion Slot
Motherboard ATX / M-ATX 
System Fan (Front) 140mm Blue LED Fan x 1 (1000RPM) 
System Fan (Top) 140mm Blue LED Fan x 2 (1000RPM) 
System Fan (Rear) 120mm Fan x 1 (1500RPM) 
I/O Ports USB2.0 x 2 / HD+AC97 Audio 


Key Features

  • Top 140mm blue LED Fan x 2
  • Front 140mm blue LED Fan
  • Rear 120mm Fan
  • Air filter at the base of the case
  • Tool-less optical drive mounting
  • Tool-less PCI card holder
  • Tool-less HDD cage
  • Tool-less PSU holder


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