LIAN LI is unveiling the O11D MINI, more than just a smaller version of the O11 DYNAMIC, it is a modular case adaptable to Mini-ITX, Micro ATX, and ATX form factors. In addition, enthusiasts will be able to see the improved airflow version of the LANCOOL II with the LANCOOL II MESH, a new and modular LANCOOL 315, a production-ready version of the daisy-chain interconnected UNI FAN, and an easier to install and brighter STRIMER PLUS.
By popular demand, the O11 DYNAMIC is revamped as a smaller yet modular tower case with volume of only 38 liters. With the O11D MINI, LIAN LI presents a case that is breaking the boundary by being able to house Mini-ITX, Micro ATX, or ATX motherboards. The O11D MINI supports an impressive amount of hardware depending on your motherboard form factor. Keeping water cooling in mind, as is the tradition for the O11D series, the versatile and modular O11D MINI can either host 3 x 280mm radiators when using a Mini-ITX, 1 x 280 mm and 1 x 240mm radiators or 2 x 240mm when using a Micro ATX, or 2 x 240mm radiators when using an ATX motherboard.
LANCOOL II MESH
2019 can be defined as the year rocked by the arrival of the LANCOOL II. The critically acclaimed case of the year has a new front panel for an even better airflow design. The LANCOOL II MESH is built with mesh front panel and flip shroud panels to provide unrestricted air intake from both sides of the case. Replacing the shroud panels with mesh means you won’t have to compromise on temperature management performance for your PSU and GPU located at the bottom of the case.
A new addition to the LANCOOL series, the LANCOOL 315 is designed with modularity and ease of build in mind. In order to make things as seamless and as easy as possible for the users, the LANCOOL 315 features a removable motherboard tray that gives you the possibility to almost build your entire PC externally. In addition, PC enthusiasts will be able to decide later on if they want to build a PC for show, or build for performance as the LANCOOL 315 comes with two panel options, either a mesh or a glass front panel, allowing you to decide between air intake or aesthetic with the same chassis.
After a year of teasing, the design of the LIAN LI UNI FAN has been finalized and will be released at CES 2020. The new concept of daisy-chaining addressable RGB fans together is ready to un-clutter your PC from all these pesky LED and power cables, and make ventilation and cable management a pleasant experience. Having a clean build is now as simple as clip and go. LIAN LI will also take the opportunity to present a new and intuitive software to easily configure the lighting and the fans RPM.
The STRIMER is getting a refreshed design with the STRIMER PLUS. Featuring a total of 120 LEDs housed in a silicon shield, the PLUS can elevate RGB lighting and produce a truly stunning LED effect. The mounting and connectivity of the STRIMER PLUS have also been improved to make “RGBing” your PC as simple as plug and go! We can’t wait to see all the creative work to come out with the new STRIMER PLUS.