It looks like Corsair is not the only one showing off box-type cases at Computex. Lian Li has two on display actually. They are the PC-D600 and PC-D7000. The PC-D600 is split right in the middle, while the PC-D7000 is not as boxy, but is not your ordinary case either. Did we mention both of these cases are massive?!
Lian Li has just announced the latest edition to their “TU” briefcase chassis series in the PC-TU100 mini-ITX chassis. This new case is even more compact than the PC-TU200. Just like the previous case the PC-TU100 features an all aluminum design and has a top-mounted handle for easy transportation. The case will be available in both black and silver versions.
Lian Li has announced a pretty interesting case in their new PC-Q13 curved case. This case has a curved design that is meant to show off your system through the large acrylic window. I could totally see people using this at shows to show off custom systems. Of course the case is made of all aluminum.
Lian Li has announced two mini-ITX cases featuring their signature blushed aluminum design, the PC-Q27 and PC-Q28. Both cases feature Lian Li’s new railing mount motherboard tray design and allow mini-ITX systems to be installed with traditional full-sized components. Both cases also features an easily removable side panel that only takes a single screw to remove. Read on to learn more about both of these cases.
Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today announces a new brushed aluminum mid tower chassis, the PC-9N. Supporting ATX and micro-ATX motherboards, the PC-9N forgoes the traditional motherboard tray, and instead implements a railing mount design for increased thermal performance and better cable management.
Lian Li has always been known as a modders dream: brushed aluminum dream cases with unlimited crafting potential. This year at CES, Lian Li continues to deliver with more case options than you’d ever desire to have. Expansive form factor options, along with extremely small form factor options make sure that Lian Li is in a place to make any industry enthusiast happy.
Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today announces the launch of its PC-7H Modding Contest. Beginning on October 19, 2012, Lian Li is inviting the worldwide modding community to join, and will be giving away prizes, including, Lian Li cases, motherboards, graphics cards, and cash.
To register for the contest, head to Lian Li’s official forum at www.xtremesystems.org. After registering at XtremeSystems go to the Lian Li Product Support forum and start a new thread with a post of your PC-7H and hardware before you begin modding.
Lian-Li Industrial Co., Ltd, today announces the massive brushed aluminum HPTX supported chassis – PC-D8000. Able to hold up to twenty 3.5” hard drives, two power supplies and one of the largest motherboard form factors on the market, the PC-D8000 has plenty of space to fit all the hardware an enthusiast desires.
The massive 405mm x 628mm x 572mm (15.9” x 24.7” x 22.5”) PC-D8000 complements the virtually limitless hardware and storage capabilities with many tool-less features for ease of installation. The front panel of the PC-D8000 pops-off allowing full access to the twenty 3.5” hard drives. Each drive can be easily secured and removed thanks to the included thumbscrews and rubber suspensions. A key lock for the 3.5” HDD cage preventing unwanted removal of the hard drives adds extra security.
Lian-Li Industrial Co., Ltd, today announces a new brushed aluminum mid tower chassis – PC-7H. Supporting ATX and micro-ATX motherboards, the elegant PC-7H gives DIY builders a simple yet functional design with many tool-less options.
The Lian Li PC-7H can hold up to four 3.5” hard drives and one 2.5” SSD in the HDD cage in the front of the chassis. The 3.5” drives are secured into place using thumbscrews with rubber suspensions to reduce vibrations. For those looking to modify this all aluminum chassis, the HDD cage can be easily removed.
Lian-Li Industrial Co., Ltd. today announces the PC-CK101 train themed aluminum chassis. Resembling a traditional steam engine train while still functioning as a computer case, this Lian Li 2012 Special Edition Chassis combines the train and DIY builder enthusiast worlds into one. Lian Li will also be launching a giveaway of the PC-CK101 to one lucky fan along with the release of the PC-CK101 on their new Facebook page, www.facebook.com/LianLiHQ.