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Lian Li Release PC-D888WX 8Pack Edition E-ATX Case

Lian Li Release PC-D888WX 8Pack Edition E-ATX Case

Lian Li Release PC-D888WX 8Pack Edition E-ATX Case

Lian Li Release PC-D888WX 8Pack Edition E-ATX Case

 

Lian Li have released their new PC-D888WX 8Pack Edition E-ATX Case, offering enough space to create a fully watercooled PC with multiple Radiators, a large number of hard drives and pretty much any hardware you can imagine.  

While the case may have the eyemouth watering price of £499.99, it is designed to contain a colossal amount of hardware, watercooling components and has enough space to pretty much do anything you want comfortably without any modification.

 

  Lian Li Release PC-D888WX 8Pack Edition E-ATX Case

 

In terms of water cooling support, this case is pretty much unmatched by anything other than the custom case designs from Caselabs, with support for up to a single 420mm radiator in the front, two 360mm radiators in the top, one 360mm radiator on the bottom, one 360mm radiator in the rear and a single 120mm radiator in the back.

To put it mildly, this case has enough radiator space to cool pretty much any possible system inside this case, be it a Multiple Xeon CPU build and even 4x SLI or Crossfire GPU setup.     

  

Lian Li Release PC-D888WX 8Pack Edition E-ATX Case   Lian Li Release PC-D888WX 8Pack Edition E-ATX Case   

 

Usually, when you do this much water cooling components in a single system you are usually unable to contain many Hard drives or 5.25" optical bay sized devices, but the Lian-Li PC-D888WX can fit up to 5 5.25" devices and up to six 3.5" or 4 2.5" drives even when using all of it's existing water cooling options. 

Below is a list of this cases full specifications. 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

 

- Model: PC-D888WX 
- Case Type: Full Tower Chassis 
- Dimensions: (W) 380mm, (H) 597mm, (D) 511mm 
- Colour: Black with Window 
- Front bezel Material: Aluminium 
- Side Panel: Aluminium 
- Body Material: Aluminium 
- Net Weight: 12.3kg 
- 5.25" drive bay (External): 5 
- 3.5" drive bay (External): None 
- HDD bay: 3.5" HDD x 6 or 2.5" HDD x 4 
- Expansion Slots: 8 
- Motherboard: E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX 
- System Fan (Front): 120mm Fan x 4 (Optional) 
- System Fan (Rear): 120mm Fan x 4 (Optional) 
- System Fan (Top): 120mm Fan x 6 (Optional) 
- System Fan (Bottom): 120mm Fan x 3 (Optional) 
- Watercooling Radiator Support: Bottom: Up to 360mm, Front: Up to 480mm, Top: Up to 2 x 360mm, Rear: Up to 360mm + separate 120mm, Dedicated Pump Mount for 2 Pumps 
- I/O Ports: USB3.0 x 4, HD Audio 
- Maximum Compatibility: VGA Card length: 420mm, PSU length: 420mm, CPU cooler height:165mm 
- PSU: ATX(Not Included) 
- Gross Weight: 14.6Kg

 

Lian Li Release PC-D888WX 8Pack Edition E-ATX Case   Lian Li Release PC-D888WX 8Pack Edition E-ATX Case   

 

This industrial case from Lian-Li was designed alongside Ian "8-Pack" Parry, a world class professional overclocker and system builder, who created this case to offer ultimate water cooling support with no compromises. 

 

You can purchase the Lian-Li D888WX 8-Pack Edition Case from Overclockers UK for £499.99.

 

You can join the discussion on Lian-Li's 8-Pack Edition D888WX water cooling chassis on the OC3D Forums.  

 

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Most Recent Comments

04-05-2016, 08:12:58

King of Old Old School
Yep, I like this case looks very nice but it's Lain Li of course it's looks nice.Quote

04-05-2016, 08:31:30

GiantKiwi
*Mouth watering implies a good price, I think what you meant was eye watering, as with everything that has his pseudonym associated with it.Quote

05-05-2016, 04:15:19

SuB
£500...

lol, nope.

If they drop the 8Pack 'brand' (and maybe £200 off the price) then maybe, but £500 is quite literally taking the p*** even for LianLi.

Also why does it have ANY 5.25 bays, let alone 5... feels like it should have been symmetrical with the front grills instead, as it stands it looks a bit hashed togetherQuote

05-05-2016, 04:23:14

King of Old Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by SuB View Post
£500...

lol, nope.

If they drop the 8Pack 'brand' (and maybe £200 off the price) then maybe, but £500 is quite literally taking the p*** even for LianLi.

Also why does it have ANY 5.25 bays, let alone 5... feels like it should have been symmetrical with the front grills instead, as it stands it looks a bit hashed together
I still think it will sell doesn't matter what the price is cause there is a lot of Lian Li fans.

Yes i don't understand why they put 5.25 drive bays in there any way maybe they should give people options like CaseLabs, LianLi is trying to go after CaseLabs with this case.

If i had the choice i would take the CaseLabs over this.Quote

05-05-2016, 04:38:42

SuB
Quote:
Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
I still think it will sell doesn't matter what the price is cause there is a lot of Lian Li fans.

Yes i don't understand why they put 5.25 drive bays in there any way maybe they should give people options like CaseLabs, LianLi is trying to go after CaseLabs with this case.

If i had the choice i would take the CaseLabs over this.
I'm a Lian Li fan :P

They'll never touch Caselabs until they stop riveting their cases together. Caselabs panels and general construction is using much thicker material compared to Lian Li. They seem to have always had inflated prices, and don't get me wrong, their cases are devine, but they shouldn't be in the same price bracket as Caselabs.Quote
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