Lian Li showcases their PC-V3000 Prototype Chassis

Lian Li showcases their PC-V3000 Prototype Chassis

Lian Li showcases their PC-V3000 Prototype Chassis

Lian Li showcases their PC-V3000 Prototype Chassis

 
Lian Li has showcased their latest PC-V3000 Prototype Chassis, offering support for EATX motherboards and will support a 360mm radiator at the top and a 420mm radiator on the bottom. 
 
This chassis is designed to deliver a dual chamber design, with storage components and cable management dedicated to the left-hand side of the chassis and plenty of room on the right-hand side for an EATX motherboard, liquid cooling radiators and support for the largest CPU and GPU coolers on the market. 
 
 

  

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The left-hand side of the chassis will have space for three 3.5" drives at the base, two 3.5" drives behind the motherboard tray and up to three 2.5" drives.  

At this time this chassis in not ready for release and is expected to undergo some design changes in the future, as such this chassis is not expected to be released until 2017. 

  

You can join the discussion on Lian Li's PC-V3000 prototype chassis on the OC3D forums

 

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17-10-2016, 07:07:48

AlienALX
Silver interiors in this day and age should be classed as a war crime, and those responsible prosecuted and put on trial.Quote

17-10-2016, 07:44:01

Kleptobot
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Silver interiors in this day and age should be classed as a war crime, and those responsible prosecuted and put on trial.
I disagree, not all internal parts of a case need to have a painted finish. If the fit and finish of the unpainted pieces is still of a good standard, it's perfectly fine to have bare metal.Quote

17-10-2016, 07:46:49

WYP
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Silver interiors in this day and age should be classed as a war crime, and those responsible prosecuted and put on trial.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kleptobot View Post
I disagree, not all internal parts of a case need to have a painted finish. If the fit and finish of the unpainted pieces is still of a good standard, it's perfectly fine to have bare metal.
Also remember that this is a prototype. Do Lian Li need to go to the effort of painting it if they are still sorting out the internal design?Quote

17-10-2016, 08:08:09

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Also remember that this is a prototype. Do Lian Li need to go to the effort of painting it if they are still sorting out the internal design?
I guess so if it puts every one off before they've even launched it.Quote

17-10-2016, 10:24:20

Daft Behemoth
My god Lian Li... When will you learn to paint the internals of your cases? I swear they're staying irrelevant on purpose.Quote
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