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Lian Li's budget-friendly LANCOOL 215 offers PC builders a lot of airflow for £61.99

Pre-orders are now available in the UK

Lian Li's budget-friendly LANCOOL 215 offers PC builders a lot of airflow for $69.99

Lian Li's budget-friendly LANCOOL 215 offers PC builders a lot of airflow for £61.99

Lian Li launched its upcoming LANCOOL 215 enclosure. This affordable $69.99 offering that is now available to consumers in the US and Europe, offering users support for ATX/EATX motherboards, liquid cooling, and ARGB (Addressable RGB) lighting out of the box.   

In its stock configuration, the LANCOOL 215 offers users dual ARGB 200mm front fans, which intake air from a ventilated front panel to deliver PC builders a lot of airflow. At the rear of the enclosure, a non-RGB 120mm fan is included as an exhaust. This configuration gives users of this chassis three fans out of the box. Not bad for such an affordable PC case. 

On the left side of the enclosure, the LANCOOL 215 features a large tempered glass side panel, which can be easily removed to allow users to replace their system components when required. The LANCOOL 215 can also support a 360mm at the front of the enclosure and a 280mm at the top of the chassis. This compatibility makes this case highly compatible with liquid cooling setups. 

At the base of the chassis, the LANCOOL 215 features an ARGB illuminated Lian Li logo, which adds some extra flair to this affordable PC chassis. The Lian Li LANCOOL 215 also features a full PSU shroud to help enable tidy cable management within the case.  

As mentioned before, Lian Li fans can expect this chassis is now available for $69.99 in the US and £61.99 in the UK. Early stocks for Lian Li's LANCOOL 215 are selling quickly, 
 

Lian Li's budget-friendly LANCOOL 215 offers PC builders a lot of airflow for £61.99  

You can join the discussion on Lian Li's $69.99/£61.99 LANCOOL 215 chassis on the OC3D Forums

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26-09-2020, 19:07:12

AngryGoldfish
I could be off the mark here, but I find it strange that PC case manufactures don't build each case to accommodate modern hardware in the most efficient manner, but instead so often build cases that are more about following a trend that somewhere, somehow began. Rather than telling us what we should have by building a case that serves its main purpose, we seem to be telling them what we want. And seeing as how fickle we are and changeable, that's not a good metric to use. Case Labs were an example of telling people what they should have, and for good reason.Quote

28-09-2020, 19:36:22

dazbobaby
2x 200mm fans right up against a pane of glass. That's not ventilation. That's just trying to look good and nothing more.


My bad, I've just watched the video, it's a mesh on the front not glass.
It actually looks promising now.Quote

28-09-2020, 19:53:34

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
I could be off the mark here, but I find it strange that PC case manufactures don't build each case to accommodate modern hardware in the most efficient manner, but instead so often build cases that are more about following a trend that somewhere, somehow began. Rather than telling us what we should have by building a case that serves its main purpose, we seem to be telling them what we want. And seeing as how fickle we are and changeable, that's not a good metric to use. Case Labs were an example of telling people what they should have, and for good reason.
It's a great big circle of sales and marketing dude.Quote

04-10-2020, 07:28:07

dazbobaby
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