Lian Li launches their PC-O11 Dynamic Chassis

An improved design with a much lower price tag

Lian Li launches their PC-O11 Dynamic Chassis

Lian Li launches their PC-O11 Dynamic Chassis

Lian Li has teamed up with the renowned overclocker and system builder der8auer to improve their PC-O11 chassis, creating their new PC-O11 Dynamic.

This new chassis comes with a similar overall design, but with a much lower price tag of €129 and repositioned fan mounting locations and dust filters to offer a superior PC building experience.    

The original PC-O11 chassis released with a price tag of $229 in the US, making this a hugely significant price reduction, which when combined with the case's other design changes makes the Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic an incredibly compelling offering. 

Much like its predecessor, the PC-O11 Dynamic is a double chambered case design with external dimensions of around 450x450x275mm and support for up to EATX motherboards, allowing this chassis to support almost any PC setup. The case is available in grey+black and white+black options, with a new mounting mechanism for the case's tempered glass elements, making the installation/removal process a lot more straightforward. 


Like Lian Li's older PC-O10, the PC-O11 can support a dual GPU setup when mounted vertically using riser cables. This option allows PC builders to create attractive PCs using a non-standard GPU mounting method, One that will undoubtedly catch a few eyes at events of LAN parties. 

Below are the basic specifications of Lian Li's new PC-O11 Dynamic, showcasing its support for up to two PSUs and up to three 360mm radiators. Lian Li's new PC-11 Dynamic is available to pre-order starting today at selected retailers like Caseking.  


Lian Li launches their PC-O11 Dynamic Chassis  

Pre-orders for Lian Li's PC-O11 Dynamic are now available at Overclockers UK for £114.95, with pre-orders of the enclosure's Black version being available for £99.95 for a limited time. 

You can join the discussion on Lian Li's new PC-O11 Dynamic Chassis on the OC3D Forums

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Most Recent Comments

16-04-2018, 12:45:12

Is this a case labs direction?

Either way, I would like them.Quote

16-04-2018, 12:54:54

A couple of weeks back I so nearly bought a new case and a load of RGB fans. Eventually I do need to move into a bigger case, as my CPU does get hot when loaded up 100% and I am totally out of room in the Alienware.

I decided against it, but these Lian Lis were high among my choice list.Quote

16-04-2018, 13:28:49

They should ask Tom for improvements as well :PQuote

16-04-2018, 18:50:45

If they made it without tempered glass, then I would be throwing money at them.Quote

16-04-2018, 19:54:05

Originally Posted by radus View Post
If they made it without tempered glass, then I would be throwing money at them.
There will be the air version, it won’t have the front tg panelQuote

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