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Lian Li launches their Odyssey X Chassis with Two Looks and Three Configurations

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Lian Li launches their Odyssey X Chassis with Two Looks and Three Configurations

Lian Li launches their Odyssey X Chassis with Two Looks and Three Configurations

Lian Li's Odyssey X concept case has now hit the market, offering PC builders two finish options and a versatile interior that can be oriented in three unique ways. 

Beyond having just its full black and black/silver options, this sandblasted aluminium clad frame allows its users to support a wide range of liquid cooling components and motherboards as larger as EEB and E-ATX. This case is a monster, and is exactly what we expect from a high-end Lian Li enclosure. 

With a price tag of $499, Lian Li's Odyssey X is an expensive case, though that price is justified by Lian L's signature fit and finish and this enclosure's extensive use of unique components. Unique PC cases aren't cheap, and the Odyssey X is an incredibly unique enclosure. 
 
What follows is Lian Li's Press Release.  

LIAN LI Industrial Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of aluminium chassis and PC accessories, announces the ODYSSEY X, available in full black, and silver/black. The open airflow full tower is built with high-quality aluminium featuring a sandblasted anodized finish with innovative folding glass panels and modular frame, allowing easy transformation to achieve 2 distinctive looks and 3 configurations. Built to house large components, the Odyssey X is geared towards water cooling enthusiasts demanding nothing but the best in quality.


The ODYSSEY X is delivered in Dynamic mode straight out of the box, and includes the accessories needed to transform into either a Dynamic-R (rotate) mode for a chimney style setup, or Performance mode for a complete change in orientation and increased airflow. To achieve this level of transformation, each part of the ODYSSEY X has been engineered to serve multiple purposes. The dark-tinted left and right side glass panels feature an edge and hinge design that makes them compatible in both Dynamic and Performance modes while completely transforming the look. When in Performance mode, the same panel design allows for more air circulation in the case, improving the thermal performance of the ODYSSEY X.



Additionally, the modular design allows the motherboard tray, front, top, and bottom panels to be interchanged to achieve the Dynamic-R and Performance modes. To complement the transformable aspect of the case, the front panels of the Dynamic mode, which are positioned at the top in Performance mode, can be flipped to relocate the vent gap either at the center of the front panel or at the edge, simultaneously redirecting the airflow as desired and modifying the appearance and performance of the case.


Lian Li launches their Odyssey X Chassis with Two Looks and Three Configurations  
Water cooling focused

All 3 configurations of the ODYSSEY X can house large high-performance water-cooled components such as motherboards up to EEB, radiator support up to 1x 480 mm, fan support up to 9x 120 mm or 7x 140 mm, and an included pump stand that is removable and adjustable to help users align their tubing perfectly. With power supplies of up to 280 mm in length supported, larger high voltage PSUs will fit with ease and style, thanks to the included removable shroud bracket which hides cables and gives the system a clean look.


Lian Li launches their Odyssey X Chassis with Two Looks and Three Configurations

German gamer and overclocker Der8aur also consulted to ensure the design of the ODYSSEY X is optimized. Thanks to his contribution, the final design of the Odyssey X has been fine-tuned for maximum performance and usability. Available in all black, or silver and black, the ODYSSEY X opens for pre-order starting June 21st, 2021, at MSRP $499.00 USD. For more information, visit the official product page.  

You can join the discussion on Lian Li's new Odyssey X chassis on the OC3D Forums

Lian Li launches their Odyssey X Chassis with Two Looks and Three Configurations  

 

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Most Recent Comments

23-06-2021, 09:16:00

robert3892
The front panel blocks the view of any front mounted RGB fansQuote

23-06-2021, 09:48:53

Warchild
Costly case just to have the option to mount vertically. Id sooner take the cheaper Lian Li cases.Quote

23-06-2021, 22:06:21

Dawelio
Going by GN's review on it and haven't even watched half the video yet, it's pretty bad to be honest overall in my opinion. Especially for that price tag.Quote

24-06-2021, 00:14:24

Dark NighT
500 Dollars and not even any dustfilters, fans, fan controller, clear io distinction for the audio jacks, this is nowhere near exciting for that price with so many issues.Quote

24-06-2021, 00:57:44

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
500 Dollars and not even any dustfilters, fans, fan controller, clear io distinction for the audio jacks, this is nowhere near exciting for that price with so many issues.
Especially considering that this has been in development for longer than 2 years...Quote
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