Lian Li DK-05 desk/chassis hybrid has been officially released

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Lian Li DK-05 desk/chassis hybrid has been officially released

Lian Li DK-05 desk/chassis hybrid has been officially released

 
Lian Li has officially released their new DK-05 desk/PC chassis hybrid, coming with a sexy tempered glass finish and enough space inside for two water cooled EATX systems. 


This desk will also release with full height adjustability, with motorised adjustment from 69cm to 118cm in height. In terms of desk space, this colossus offers a 140cm x 78cm or real estate, which is more than enough for a large multi-monitor setup.   

For both systems inside this case/desk, there will be front facing VR-ready HDMI ports, a USB 3.1 Type-C header and dual USB 3.0 ports, with dedicated power and dials to adjust the case's RGB illumination. On the right-hand side of the chassis, there will also be a single 5.25-inch drive bay for use with optical media.  

Inside this chassis, there will be enough room for a single 420mm radiator and three 360mm radiators,  allowing both systems inside to be liquid cooled with ease. The chassis will also come with three mounts for pumps and enough space for 4x 3.5-inch drive bays and dual 2.5-inch drive bays per system. 

 
The key specifications of the Lian Li DK-05 are listed below:

  • - Motorised height adjustable desk from 69cm to 118cm
  • - 140cm x 78cm tempered glass desk top
  • - Full Aluminium body, with iron legs
  • - Includes 12x 120mm fans
  • - Fits graphics cards up to 360mm in length
  • - USB 3.1 Type-C and HDMI on front panel
  • - Fits up to two Extended ATX motherboards
  • - Houses 8x shared 2.5-inch/3.5-inch and 5x 2.5-inch drives

 

 

Lian Li's DK-05 desk/chassis hybrid is now available at Overclockers UK for £1999.99.

 

You can join the discussion on Lian Li's new DK-05 desk/chassis hybrid on the OC3D Forums

  

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Most Recent Comments

01-08-2017, 16:04:09

NeverBackDown
What do I think? I think it's a rip off. 2000BP? Seriously? You could easily make one yourself for far less or hire someone if you aren't good with creating something like this and still pay less.
Probably would get rid of the glass too. I can't stand using glass on a desk. So much maintenanceQuote

01-08-2017, 16:06:29

Darkdayzzz
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
What do I think? I think it's a rip off. 2000BP? Seriously? You could easily make one yourself for far less or hire someone if you aren't good with creating something like this and still pay less.
Probably would get rid of the glass too. I can't stand using glass on a desk. So much maintenance
I dont disagree with the maintenance on glass but honestly? If I am having this type of desk built or building it myself, I want glass on the top to show everything off inside. Otherwise whats the point of the desk at all (my opinion lol) :PQuote

01-08-2017, 22:21:40

Avet
I like Lian-Li cases. And i always liked their approach of style over practicality. But this one is just completely pointless. Their last desk model was completely useless. I think they are getting cocky. We can build rubbish, and sell it for insane money just because we are Lian-Li. They lost themselves.

When you see their case you just crave to have it, yes it is expensive, yes it has annoying features, and it is hardly usable, but it is so good licking, and stylish.

This one is just nah... Who cares...Quote

02-08-2017, 00:15:45

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by Darkdayzzz View Post
I dont disagree with the maintenance on glass but honestly? If I am having this type of desk built or building it myself, I want glass on the top to show everything off inside. Otherwise whats the point of the desk at all (my opinion lol) :P
I've used glass on a desk for years and it is a pain. Moves around a lot, gets dusty so fast, heavy as ****, can chip easy(any glass can). Just not worth it. I'd rather use some scratch resistant plastic.Quote

02-08-2017, 07:24:51

AlienALX
It was the clacking noises of glass that pushed me back to wood.Quote
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