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Lian Li announce dual chambered PC-O9 Chassis

Lian Li announce dual chambered PC-O9 Chassis

Lian Li announce dual chambered PC-O9 Chassis

Lian Li announce dual chambered PC-O9 Chassis

 

Lian Li has announced their new dual chambered PC-O9 Chassis, featuring heavy water cooling support and built-in RGB illumination. 

This case has full support for dual 60mm thick 360mm radiators, giving enough cooling capacity to cool your CPU and multiple GPUs. The Lian Li PC-O9 also has a built-in pump mount and plenty of space for a large water cooling reservoir.   

 

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At the rear of the case, the PC-O9 has mounting space for a total of 6 3.5" hard drives and two 2.5" hard drives, giving plenty of space for file storage while staying clear of your water cooling components.  This hard drive mount has dual 120mm fan mounts which will allow your storage drives to receive plenty of direct airflow for adequate cooling. 

The main chamber of the case has a full tempered glass side and front panels, allowing the user to easily see their chosen hardware. 

At the base of the case there is a removable filter, which helps to prevent dust buildup inside the case. 

 

Lian Li announce dual chambered PC-O9 Chassis  

Built into the chassis is an RGB LED kit, including Red, Green and Blue colour adjustment dials, allowing the strips colour to be easily adjusted on the fly. These controls are at the rear of the case, beside the rear PCI slots. 

At the top of the case there are 4 USB 3.0 ports, alongside standard audio in and out ports. 

 

Lian Li announce dual chambered PC-O9 Chassis  

The Lian Li PC-O9 has an MSRP of £349.90 and will release in Mid-June. Lian Lie will be showcasing this case at Computex 2016, so expect to see some impressive hardware inside this premium chassis soon. 

 

You can join the discussion on Lian Li's dual chambered PC-O9 chassis on the OC3D Forums

 

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11-05-2016, 08:37:56

jimma47
Conjoined twins? There's a horrible analogy if ever I heard of one

The case looks interesting. Any idea on price yet? I like the way they have glass one side and aluminium on the other. So the 360 radiator goes on the PSU side with just the fans blowing through from the glass area? Or does it all mount in the front?

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11-05-2016, 10:28:41

RickPlaysWarr
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Originally Posted by jimma47 View Post
Conjoined twins? There's a horrible analogy if ever I heard of one

The case looks interesting. Any idea on price yet? I like the way they have glass one side and aluminium on the other. So the 360 radiator goes on the PSU side with just the fans blowing through from the glass area? Or does it all mount in the front?

That Musak tho
After watching the video, I think you could do either way. One 360 in roof of glass side and depending on fit put the rad on either front or back of aluminum mid plate. I would have to fit it out to see. I think it would look good with the fans in front and a pump/res config mounted to the fans and have thick rad in back. I personally love my Singularity Computers Ethereal res mounts and they would look amazing in this case. I would hope those cutouts at the top would match the G1/4 fitting ports on the radiator and just some extensions would be needed to get around the fans.

I don't use that many drives so drive cages is a bit overkill for me. Also will have to watch the airflow as that large mesh above the MB area in back could be a massive dust entry point.

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12-05-2016, 01:57:15

jimma47
Yeah I like the idea of the flow between the two chambers with the Radiator between them (probably in the back chamber) Would be something a little different. I doubt you'd ever get this to be running as a positive pressure case however so dust could be a concern. You could have intake on the roof but it might spoil the aesthetics.Quote
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