Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis

Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis

Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis

 
Lian Li has today announced their new PC-O12 mid-tower chassis, which is designed to offer dual mounts GPU mounts which are accessible using PCIe riser cards.   
 
This new chassis is a dual chamber design where the CPU and motherboard are contained on one side of the chassis and the system’s GPUs are contained in the other, with both sides being visible through tempered glass windows on the front and sides of the case.    
 
At the top of the chassis, the PC-o12 supports up to a 360mm radiator or up to a 280mm radiator at the front, with the motherboard chamber of the chassis supporting CPU coolers that are up to 75mm in height. Users will have to be very careful when installing liquid coolers in this chassis due to its non-standard design, as many traditional AIO liquid coolers may not support this chassis if the do not have long enough hoses. 

  

    Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis  Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis

 

This chassis will come with a single PCIe riser card, which means that those who plan on using this case with a dual-GPU setup will need to purchase a second riser card separately. 

Storage wise this chassis supports up to four 3.5-inch drives in the chamber at the base of the chassis as well as four 2.5-inch drives, allowing this case to support a total of 8 storage drives. 

 

Key features of the PC-O12 WX

  • – Tempered glass, aluminium and steel design
  • – Width: 203mm; Height: 508mm; Depth: 550mm
  • – Suitable for E-ATX, ATX, MicroATX motherboards
  • – ATX PSU compatibility, up to 230mm length
  • – 4 expansion slots for graphics cards; up to 340mm graphics card length
  • – 1x 440mm PCI-E 16X Riser cable
  • – Fits CPU coolers up to 75mm high
  • – 3.5″ HDD x4 and 2.5″ SSD x4; eight total drives
  • – USB 3.1 type C x1, USB 3.0 x3, HD Audio
  • – Space for up to five 120mm and 140mm fans

  
Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis

 

This chassis will be available to purchase in the UK from Overclockers UK in late May for £379.99, with several US retailers like Newegg already shipping this new case for $399.99. 

 

You can join the discussion on Lian Li’s new PC-O12 chassis on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis

Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis

 
Lian Li has today announced their new PC-O12 mid-tower chassis, which is designed to offer dual mounts GPU mounts which are accessible using PCIe riser cards.   
 
This new chassis is a dual chamber design where the CPU and motherboard are contained on one side of the chassis and the system’s GPUs are contained in the other, with both sides being visible through tempered glass windows on the front and sides of the case.    
 
At the top of the chassis, the PC-o12 supports up to a 360mm radiator or up to a 280mm radiator at the front, with the motherboard chamber of the chassis supporting CPU coolers that are up to 75mm in height. Users will have to be very careful when installing liquid coolers in this chassis due to its non-standard design, as many traditional AIO liquid coolers may not support this chassis if the do not have long enough hoses. 

  

    Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis  Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis

 

This chassis will come with a single PCIe riser card, which means that those who plan on using this case with a dual-GPU setup will need to purchase a second riser card separately. 

Storage wise this chassis supports up to four 3.5-inch drives in the chamber at the base of the chassis as well as four 2.5-inch drives, allowing this case to support a total of 8 storage drives. 

 

Key features of the PC-O12 WX

  • – Tempered glass, aluminium and steel design
  • – Width: 203mm; Height: 508mm; Depth: 550mm
  • – Suitable for E-ATX, ATX, MicroATX motherboards
  • – ATX PSU compatibility, up to 230mm length
  • – 4 expansion slots for graphics cards; up to 340mm graphics card length
  • – 1x 440mm PCI-E 16X Riser cable
  • – Fits CPU coolers up to 75mm high
  • – 3.5″ HDD x4 and 2.5″ SSD x4; eight total drives
  • – USB 3.1 type C x1, USB 3.0 x3, HD Audio
  • – Space for up to five 120mm and 140mm fans

  
Lian Li launch their new PC-O12 chassis

 

This chassis will be available to purchase in the UK from Overclockers UK in late May for £379.99, with several US retailers like Newegg already shipping this new case for $399.99. 

 

You can join the discussion on Lian Li’s new PC-O12 chassis on the OC3D Forums.