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Lian Li's PC-O11 Dual-Chambered case has been launched

Lian Li's PC-O11 Dual-Chambered case has been launched

Lian Li's PC-O11 Dual-Chambered case has been launched

Lian Li's PC-O11 Dual-Chambered case has been launched

 
Lian Li's PC-O11 Dual-Chambered chassis has been launched, offering a cube-like design and a beautiful mixture of tempered glass and Aluminium. 
 
This new chassis comes with an MSRP of $229.99 in the US, supporting EATX, ATX sized and smaller motherboards as well as full sized ATX PSUs, four 3.5-inch drive bays and four 2.5-inch drive bays. 
 
 
 
Like Lian Li's older PC-O10, the PC-O11 can support a dual GPU setup when mounted vertically using riser cables. This allows PC builders to create attractive PCs using a non-standard GPU mounting method, One that will certainly catch a few eyes at events of LAN parties. 
 
This case is made out of a mixture of aluminium and tempered glass, with the case featuring support for several 360mm radiators without any issues. This chassis will support 360mm radiators on the top and bottom of the chassis as well as behind the front Tempered glass section. 
 
 


Key features of the PC-O11

  • - Dual-compartment design: half glass, half aluminium
  • - Width: 277mm; Height: 506mm; Depth: 457mm
  • - E-ATX, ATX, MicroATX motherboards
  • - ATX PSUs
  • - Eight Expansion slots; 430mm VGA cards
  • - CPU cooler: 150mm tall
  • - 4x3.5" HDD + 4x2.5" SSD; eight total drives
  • - 2xUSB 3.0, 1xUSB 3.1 type C, HD Audio on front panel
  • - Fits multiple radiators 320mm x 70mm x 120mm

  

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This chassis is already available to purchase at select retailers worldwide, with more information on this chassis being available from Lian Li directly

 

You can join the discussion on Lian Li's PC-O11 chassis on the OC3D Forums

 

  

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Most Recent Comments

09-02-2017, 15:23:28

Gambit2K
I am definitely using this in my upcoming Ryzen build, I was previosly using the Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass. But naaaw son! dual 360 is going to be great Quote

09-02-2017, 15:45:44

AlienALX
Yeah this is gorgeous. Not prohibitively expensive either, just reassuringly so Quote

10-02-2017, 07:31:35

AngryGoldfish
Can you install a 360 radiator at the bottom?Quote

10-02-2017, 07:52:10

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
Can you install a 360 radiator at the bottom?
Here is an image from Lian Li

http://www.lian-li.com/en/files/2016/10/o11-02-a.png

I will update the article to clarify Radiator support. Quote

10-02-2017, 08:20:23

Greenback
Video says you can fit a 360 in the front aswell, is it just me who thinks Matx board and maybe a little jiggly pokery to get 3 360 rads just becauseQuote
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