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Lian Li Announces Availability of PC-O8 Chassis

Lian Li Announces Availability of PC-O8 Chassis

Lian Li Announces Availability of PC-O8 Chassis

Lian Li Announces Availability of PC-O8 Chassis

 

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd today launches the PC-O8 dual-compartment chassis. Comprised of aluminum and tempered glass, the PC-O8 allows DIY builders to show off their high-end, intricate setups, while hiding cables and less eye catching components in the large compartment behind the motherboard tray.

Through the front glass panel, the PC-O8 is divided into two zones. Zone 1 allows DIY enthusiasts to show off their motherboard and graphics cards through the edge-to-edge side panel windows. On the other side of the motherboard tray, Zone 2 gives plenty of room for cables and less eye-catching components such as hard drives and the power supply.

  

Lian Li Announces Availability of PC-O8 Chassis  Lian Li Announces Availability of PC-O8 Chassis  

 

 Adjustable RGB Interior Lighting
DIY enthusiasts can adjust the interior lighting through the included RGB lighting kit complete with LED strips, cord clip, dimmer and controller. The back mounted controller allows instant analog color selection.

Tremendous Water Cooling Support
With plenty of room to work with, installing elaborate water cooling setups is simplified in the PC-O8. In Zone 1 the top panel can support a 240mm radiator, while in Zone 2 the front intake can house a 360mm radiator in a push/pull configuration.

Modular Hard Drive Cage
The PC-O8 chassis supports up to six 3.5″ drives and two 2.5″ drives in the removable drive cage in Zone 2. This HDD cage is actively cooled via two mounted 120mm fans.

 

Lian Li Announces Availability of PC-O8 Chassis  Lian Li Announces Availability of PC-O8 Chassis  

 

Tool-Less Installations and Features
The PC-O8 has many tool-less features allowing for simple setups and installations. This aluminum and tempered glass chassis features easily-removable panels, tool-less mounting for hard drives as well as slide-in dust filters.

Versatile Cable Management Design
Clamps on the reverse side of the motherboard tray can be adjusted and positioned for optimal cable management setups.

Hardware Capability
The PC-O8 does not restrict hardware capability. Graphics cards up to 370mm (14.5") and CPU coolers up to 170mm (6.7") are supported. Additionally, PSUs of all sizes are supported with clearance of 298mm (11.7").

Connectivity
The top I/O panel includes four USB 3.0 ports and HD audio connections.

Price and Availability
The PC-O8 will be available at the end of June at Microcenter for the suggested retail price of USD 395.

For more information, visit the product page.

 

Join the discussion on the Lian Li PC-08 Chassis on the OC3D Forums. 

 

 

Lian Li Announces Availability of PC-O8 Dual-Compartment Chassis.http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/cases_cooling/lian_li_announces_availability_of_pc-o8_chassis/1

Posted by OC3D on Friday, 12 June 2015
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12-06-2015, 06:12:10

Feronix
I like the front window, but it's really weird that the intake fans are on the wrong compartment?Quote

12-06-2015, 06:30:52

xnax2802
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Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
I like the front window, but it's really weird that the intake fans are on the wrong compartment?
Yea, it looks like one would almost choke one's components in this caseQuote

12-06-2015, 06:38:13

barnsley
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Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
I like the front window, but it's really weird that the intake fans are on the wrong compartment?
They're on that side as they pull air in from that side
http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...052521237l.jpg

I'm not a fan.Quote

12-06-2015, 09:42:20

smilertoo
Call me whacky but why have a big motherboard cpu cutout then block it with a drive cage on the other side.Quote

12-06-2015, 09:46:05

Dark NighT
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Originally Posted by smilertoo View Post
Call me whacky but why have a big motherboard cpu cutout then block it with a drive cage on the other side.
Because generally you put in the cooling hardware on the mobo first before mounting hard drives anyway, but it does look a bit odd.

I think its a good looking case, but knowing lian li, probably cost an arm to buy it.Quote
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