Lian Li releases new white variants of their O-Series cases

Lian Li releases new white variants of their O-Series cases

Lian Li releases new white variants of their O-Series cases

Lian Li releases new white variants of their O-Series cases

 

Lian Li releases new white variants of their O-Series cases, including their wall mountable PC-O5S and PC-O7S cases and their dual chambered PC-O8WB chassis.

These new cases will use the same premium materials and tempered glass side panel but feature a white external aesthetic, making them suitable for creating snow or winter themed PC builds. 

Both the PC-O5SW and PC-O7SW feature a full tempered glass panel to give gamers a clear view of their builds. Video cards are mounted vertically, parallel to the motherboard, using an included riser cable. Both of these cases can be fitted directly on walls, placed on a desk with a vertical stand, or laid horizontally on four removable rubber feet.

Lian Li releases new white variants of their O-Series cases   Lian Li releases new white variants of their O-Series cases

Lian Li's PC-O8WBW will be available on October 23rd, with their O5SW and O7SW already being available at select retailers. Below are the recommended retail prices for Lian Li's new white O-series cases. 

  • PC-O5SW - $419
  • PC-O7SW - $559
  • PC-O8WBW - $479

  

You can join the discussion on Lian Li's white O-Series cases on the OC3D Forums

 

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19-10-2016, 14:30:19

NeverBackDown
These look quite nice imo
The wall mount version is pretty cool tooQuote

19-10-2016, 14:31:35

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
The wall mount version is pretty cool too
Yeah, but you'd expect the price to be a bit lower... The price is almost like an entire computer lol.Quote

19-10-2016, 16:52:27

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Yeah, but you'd expect the price to be a bit lower... The price is almost like an entire computer lol.
You get what you pay for. I've had a couple of Lis over the years and the fit and finish is unparalleled.Quote

19-10-2016, 17:41:07

NeverBackDown
Lian Li is a premium brand, or at least they try to market themselves that way. So prices are very high. They also use aluminum for a lot if there cases, so that is also why they are very expensive usuallyQuote

19-10-2016, 21:19:00

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
You get what you pay for. I've had a couple of Lis over the years and the fit and finish is unparalleled.
Indeed, Silverstones Fortress and Temjin series are expensive but holy hell are they built like tanks.Quote
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