Lancool's Mid-Range Dragonlord Tower, the PC-K56N

By Published February 20, 2012 at 3:06 am

Coming to the market from Taiwan is a new budget-minded tower from the company Lancool. The PC-K56N is part of Lancool's Dragonlord series and is a full ATX tower supporting some competent features for a case of this class.


Boasting a single 140mm fan in the front and a single 120mm fan in the rear, the PC-K56N should provide a basis for the ventilation of your precious internals (but we always recommend a minimum of 3x120mm fans for gaming - here's why). Other notable features include the option to add up to 3x3.5" HDDs along with an additional 2x2.5" SSD or laptop drives, which are mounted by rubber-suspended thumb screws. Speaking of the hard drive bays, they are customizable to allow access to the SATA ports via either side of the case, allowing easier and more custom cable management.


As we've noted previously, video cards are of substantial importance in gaming machines (of course, the CPU is right up there as well). The bay inside features 16.3" (415mm) of room to accommodate your GPU's needs, fitting almost any graphics card currently on the market. If extra cooling is needed, the side panel has holes which will fit an additional 2x140mm or 2x120mm fans. The rear of the case allows for liquid cooling tubes to reach those high-performance parts and keep them ice cold, should you have the funds to add it.

The power supply positioning will enable the PSU to pull air in through the bottom of the case, which is fitted with a dust filter, and exhaust it out of the back.


Form Factor ATX/mATX; Mid-Tower

8.3" (210mm) W x 18.5" (472mm) H x 19.8" (505mm) D
Video Card Length: 415mm; CPU Cooler Height: 160mm
25.4 lbs.


1x140mm Front (Intake) (Included)
1x120mm Rear (Exhaust) (Included)
2x140mm Side (Intake Recommended) (Optional)

Features - 3x5.25" (External)
- 2x2.5" HDD/SSD
- 3x3.5" HDD
- 8xExpansion Slots
- Dust filter (bottom)


At the time of this writing, there has been no retail price released.

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~ Dave "Davedough" Horvath

Last modified on February 20, 2012 at 3:06 am

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