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.
5 April 2012, Keelung, Taiwan – Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, the award-winning aluminum computer chassis manufacturer, today announces their smallest chassis supporting a ATX motherboard – PC-V700. This brushed aluminum chassis allows PC builders to get the most out of every available space with its efficient and flexible design.
The PC-V700 with dimensions of 8.26” (W) x 15.74” (H) x 19.52” (D) (210 x 400 x 496mm) gives users several options for installing their hardware in a space saving form. The hotswappable HDD cage below the 5.25” drive bay at the top of the chassis holds up to four 3.5” hard drives. The removable SSD rack that can be placed to hang underneath the 3.5” HDD bay allows users to install two 2.5” hard drives. For users that prefer longer VGA cards, when this 2.5” SSD rack is removed graphics cards up to 17.32” (440mm) in length can be installed.
I have to say I am a huge fan of small form factor (SFF) cases. Not only because they are small but I am amazed at all of the features they can pack into such a small case. Today’s case is no exception. It fits Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX motherboards, has internal USB 3.0 and eSATA compatibility, a large 140mm intake fan, room for both 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch hard drives, a really cool side panel release system and even a handle on top for easy transportation. The case I’m talking about is the PC-TU200 from Lian Li. Read on as we have the review.
Lian Li has been releasing a lot of small form factor cases over the past year. There are so many small form factor cases that are just garbage, so why not let Lian Li in to the game since they are known for creating high quality cases with loads of features. The PC-TU200 is a Mini-ITX cases and features a large 140mm fan, hot-swappable hard drive cage that fits up to 4 hard drives, side panels with no screws, USB 3.0 support and did I mention that this case does fit a standard ATX power supply? Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
With mini-ITX systems becoming more and more powerful and mini-ATX motherboards offering the same features as full ATX boards it is hard to decide what type of system to build. At the same time if you are going to build one of these smaller systems there really are not that many cases that offer all the features you expect from a normal PC case. Well Lian Li noticed this and came out with the PC-V352. A small cube style case that packs in a lot of features and has all of the quality you expect from Lian Li. Let’s check it out and see if it is perfect for your next small system build.
19 January 2011, Keelung, Taiwan – Lancool, maker of mid to high-end computer chassis for over twenty years, has launched three, new, mid-tower PC cases: the PC-K57, the PC-K59, and the PC-K63. Utilizing their affiliation with high-end chassis manufacturer Lian-Li, Lancool has designed all three of these PC cases with anti-vibration, tool-less installations of components, all-black SECC steel exteriors, and superior thermal performance capabilities, while providing exceptional aesthetic appeal.
Mini-ITX motherboards are becoming more and more powerful and with that we can do a lot more with them. Their small size and low cost makes them perfect for home theater PC’s (HTPC’s). When putting together your HTPC system you want a case that is very visually appealing, but still has enough room for all of your media drives and has the necessary connections for easy file transfers. Today we will taking a look at the PC-Q08 from Lian Li which has room for 6 3.5-inch hard drives has 2 front mounted USB 3.0 ports.
We have seen quite a few different test benches over the years here at ThinkComputers. Some have been awesome and some have been downright garbage. A test bench is essentially a computer case or housing that has your motherboard on top or in an accessible area for easy swapping of parts. Test benches are perfect for reviewers like us or people who are constantly changing out their hardware. Recently Lian Li has come out with quite a few test benches, today we will be looking at the PC-Q06, which fits Mini-ITX and ATX motherboards. Let’s take a look…
19 August 2010, Keelung, Taiwan – Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd. today announces the PC-Q11 under its Mini-Q Series. Compact and light, the PC-Q11 is designed for users who require space and convenience for mini systems. The new Mini-Q series is now available in four different colors, including black, silver, red and the eye-catching piano white – definitely one of the Lian Li models that power users shall not miss.
Dimensioned at 200x326x260mm(W.H.D.) and weights only in 2.42kg, the new Mini-Q PC-Q11 series supports Mini-ITX/Mini-DTX motherboards. For an ultimate convenience sake, users can easily remove the HDD cage, undo the thumb screw, as well as upgrading all the standard parts including one 5.25” optical drive, two 3.5”/2.5” hard drives and ATX P S/2 power supply units. Lian Li once again leads the industry by offering the maximum quality and user-friendly design on its mini tower series – PC-Q11.