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LC-Power Gaming 701B Badge_X – Aluminium, RGB and glass at an affordable price

Conclusion of the LC-Power Gaming 701B Badge_X review

Was the LC-Power Gaming 701B Badge_X able to meet our initial assumption regarding a good price-performance ratio? In our eyes yes. But you can also feel at one point or another that the manufacturer had to make savings. For example, all PCI slot bezels are not reusable and no replacement bezels were added to the accessories. Moreover, the material thickness is borderline in places. But the most negative aspects are the complete omission of case fans and the omission of a dust filter for the front.

But if you invest in one or two fans, acceptable temperatures are reached in the Gaming 701B. What speaks for this midi tower is clearly the look. A chic aluminum front, tempered glass and RGB lighting should make the LC-Power Gaming 701B Badge_X a real eye-catcher on every desk. In addition, the interior offers a lot of space for hardware and allows for proper cabling. Last but not least, there is the price. At the time of the review, the lowest price for the LC-Power Gaming 701B Badge_X is only 43 € (currently: € 53.52 ). This makes this midi tower a real price-performance tip if you attach great importance to a chic look and would install your own fans anyway.

LC-Power Gaming 701B Badge_X

Workmanship
Structure
Features
Cooling
Value for money

80/100

The LC-Power Gaming 701B Badge_X offers aluminium, RGB and tempered glass at an attractive price, but comes ex works without a fan.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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