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Lian Li O11D XL ROG Certified (Black)

A concentrate of efficiency enhanced by ASUS ROG

With this high-end O11D XL case, created in collaboration with ASUS ROG, Lian Li offers a quality product that can accommodate the best ATX/M-ATX/M-ITX/E-ATX configurations thanks to a large tower format and a wide range of features. Thanks to a high cooling potential (up to 10 x 120 mm fans and watercooling compatibility with a maximum 360 mm radiator), this exceptional case is able to keep your hardware and data cool (10 x 2.5" hard disks or 6 x 2.5" and 4 x 3.5" disks). With its ASUS ROG look and a front ARGB system compatible with ASUS Aura Sync, the O11D XL has everything you need. In addition, you will have a rich connectivity and several magnetic dust filters, perfect to preserve your components.

A well-cooled case

The O11D XL's unique design and large tower format allows it to be equipped with up to 10 fans : 3 x 120 mm on the side near the front, 3 x 120 or 2 x 140 mm on the top and bottom, as well as 1 x 120 mm on the back. Whatever your needs, you will always have the right cooling potential! Do you prefer water cooling? It is also possible to fit a radiator of up to 360 mm in length in this case.

A sober and modern style

The result of the collaboration between Lian Li and ASUS ROG, this true work of art distinguishes itself from current production by its very pure line, made of aluminium and tempered glass. The front-mounted addressable RGB lighting system, which is compatible with ASUS Aura Sync, allows you to be creative.

With the screwless top panel, you can quickly access your internal components to remove parts, add parts, or just do some cleaning!

Comprehensive equipment

The O11D XL has plenty of front panel connections to make your life easier: there are four USB-A 3.0 ports, one USB-C port, classic audio connectivity and RGB control buttons. Eight PCI slots support a dual graphics card (SLI) configuration or vertical mounting of a single card, depending on your preference.

Inside, most of the bays are interchangeable and the rear slots are equipped with a "hot swap" system that allows you to unplug/plug hard disks while hot, without having to power down the system. The four magnetic dust filters positioned near the air intakes will in turn stop particle infiltration to keep your installation looking like new

Main features:

  • Sleek and elegant design in aluminium and tempered glass by ASUS ROG
  • Up to 10 x 120mm and 4 x 140mm fan slots
  • Watercoolingcompatible
  • 10 x 2.5" or 6 x 2.5" and 4 x 3.5"hard drives
  • 8 expansion slots
  • ASUS Aura Sync compatibleRGB addressable frontlighting
  • Compatible with ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX and E-ATXmotherboards
  • Max. length of graphics card: 446 mm
  • Max. PSU length: 280 mm
  • Max. CPU heatsink height: 167 mm
  • Full front panel connectivity: 4 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB-C port, audio in/out and RGB control buttons
  • 4 dust filters
Sours: https://www.ldlc.com/en/product/PB00279961.html

Lian Li O11D XL ROG Certified (White)

A concentrate of efficiency enhanced by ASUS ROG

With this high-end O11D XL case, created in collaboration with ASUS ROG, Lian Li offers a quality product that can accommodate the best ATX/M-ATX/M-ITX/E-ATX configurations thanks to a large tower format and a wide range of features. Thanks to a high cooling potential (up to 10 x 120 mm fans and watercooling compatibility with a maximum 360 mm radiator), this exceptional case is able to keep your hardware and data cool (10 x 2.5" hard disks or 6 x 2.5" and 4 x 3.5" disks). With its ASUS ROG look and a front ARGB system compatible with ASUS Aura Sync, the O11D XL has everything you need. In addition, you will have a rich connectivity and several magnetic dust filters, perfect to preserve your components.

A well-cooled case

The O11D XL's unique design and large tower format allows it to be equipped with up to 10 fans : 3 x 120 mm on the side near the front, 3 x 120 or 2 x 140 mm on the top and bottom, as well as 1 x 120 mm on the back. Whatever your needs, you will always have the right cooling potential! Do you prefer water cooling? It is also possible to fit a radiator of up to 360 mm in length in this case.

A sober and modern style

The result of the collaboration between Lian Li and ASUS ROG, this true work of art distinguishes itself from current production by its very pure line, made of aluminium and tempered glass. The front-mounted addressable RGB lighting system, which is compatible with ASUS Aura Sync, allows you to be creative.

With the screwless top panel, you can quickly access your internal components to remove parts, add parts, or just do some cleaning!

Comprehensive equipment

The O11D XL has plenty of front panel connections to make your life easier: there are four USB-A 3.0 ports, one USB-C port, classic audio connectivity and RGB control buttons. Eight PCI slots support a dual graphics card (SLI) configuration or vertical mounting of a single card, depending on your preference.

Inside, most of the bays are interchangeable and the rear slots are equipped with a "hot swap" system that allows you to unplug/plug hard disks while hot, without having to power down the system. The four magnetic dust filters positioned near the air intakes will in turn stop particle infiltration to keep your installation looking like new

Main features:

  • Sleek and elegant design in aluminium and tempered glass by ASUS ROG
  • Up to 10 x 120mm and 4 x 140mm fan slots
  • Watercoolingcompatible
  • 10 x 2.5" or 6 x 2.5" and 4 x 3.5"hard drives
  • 8 expansion slots
  • ASUS Aura Sync compatibleRGB addressable frontlighting
  • Compatible with ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX and E-ATXmotherboards
  • Max. length of graphics card: 446 mm
  • Max. PSU length: 280 mm
  • Max. CPU heatsink height: 167 mm
  • Full front panel connectivity: 4 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB-C port, audio in/out and RGB control buttons
  • 4 dust filters
Sours: https://www.ldlc.com/en/product/PB00279963.html
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Lian Li PC-Q11 Silver

Specificaties

Type behuizingCube
Moederbord formaatMini ITX
KleurZilver
Venster
Volume (op basis van afmetingen)16,95 dm³
Vermogen0 W
Type behuizingCube
Moederbord formaatMini ITX
MateriaalAluminium
KleurZilver
Afmeting - Breedte20 cm
Afmeting - Diepte26 cm
Afmeting - Hoogte32,6 cm
Venster
Volume (op basis van afmetingen)16,95 dm³
5,25 inch extern1
2,5 inch intern totaal2
3,5 inch intern totaal2
Maximale hoogte CPU-koeler8 cm
Maximale lengte voeding14 cm
Frontaansluitingen - Audio
Frontaansluitingen - USB 2.0 (aantal)0
Frontaansluitingen - USB 3.0
Frontaansluitingen - USB 3.0 (aantal)2
SKUPC-Q11A
EAN4718466003096
Toegevoegd aan Hardware Infomaandag 8 november 2010
Sours: https://nl.hardware.info/behuizingen.7/lian-li-pc-q11-silver.108544

Ten years ago, Lian Li was mostly known for extremely expensive aluminum cases that many dreamed of, but few could actually afford. But in the last few years, Lian Li has pivoted to become the people’s case maker. Gone is the requirement for everything to be aluminum – these days you’ll find plenty of steel, especially in the frames and mesh – but the design brilliance has remained, if not improved.

The company’s latest ITX case, the Q58, is an example of exactly this new way of thinking – it offers a brilliant design, oh-so-premium looks, and – get this – it only costs $130. If you’re familiar with the world of ITX cases, you’ll know that’s not a lot of money for a small, 14.3 liter case, especially with the likes of the NCase M1 costing around $210 and Louqe’s Raw S1 tallying in at a mighty $330.

So, without further ado, let’s dig in and find out if the Q58 is good enough for our Best PC Cases list. It certainly has stiff competition, with both the Hyte Revolt 3 and Cooler Master’s NR200P impressing us on the compact case front in recent weeks.

Specifications

TypeMini-ITX
Motherboard SupportMini-ITX
Dimensions (HxWxD)9.8 x 6.7 x 13.5 inches (250 x 170 x 342 mm)
Max GPU Length12.6 inches (320 mm)
External Bays
Internal BaysSFF PSU: 3x 2.5-inch + 1x 3.5-inch
ATX PSU: 2x 2.5-inch
Expansion Slots3x Vertical
Front I/O1x USB 3.0
USB Type-C
Mic/Headphone Combo
Other3-Port Fan & RGB Hub
Front Fans
Rear Fans
Top FansUp to 2x 140mm
Bottom FansUp to 1x 120mm
Side Fans
RGBNo
DampingNo

External Design

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Circling around the outside of the chassis, the first thing that stands out about the Q58 is its simple design. You’ll find half-height glass panels at the top, half-height mesh panels at the bottom, and an aluminum front panel that matches the rest of the case, with a finish split right in the middle.

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The case’s side panels are made of painted steel with a fine mesh that’s good enough to act as a rough dust filter, but the top panel is made from prettier anodized aluminum and has its mesh milled out. It’s a rougher mesh, but that’s okay as this is the exhaust location, so it doesn’t need to filter any air.

Flip around the back of the chassis, and there’s not much to be seen other than the motherboard’s IO cutout, three vertical expansion slots, a power socket, and a trio of thumbscrews. Front IO consists of a single USB 3.0 Type-A port, a USB Type-C port, and a mic-headphone combo jack.

But don’t be fooled by the tidy, simplistic exterior. Hiding inside the Q58 has a very neat, surprisingly flexible design.

Internal Design

First, lets talk about the panels a little more. The four side panels are all on hinges, and they are exchangeable. The default layout (and the layout I’d recommend), has the glass panels at the top with the mesh at the bottom, but you can opt to swap these around, or have all glass on one side and all mesh on the other. What you can’t do is have glass at the top of one side and the bottom of the other – the panels are mirrored, so their hinges won’t support this.

The one thing we do have to note about the panels is that two of them seemed awfully tough to slip  from their hinges, though Lian Li informed us beforehand that this was an issue with our sample and that it would be fixed in retail cases.

On the right side of the case you’ll find the main motherboard area. This fits an ITX motherboard mounted upside-down, and the bracket for the SFF PSU is installed from the factory.

Flip over to the left side, and you’ll spot the GPU area.

But if you look at the top of the chassis, you’ll spot a large cavity. Believe it or not, you can actually fit up to a 280 mm radiator up here, complete with fans. That’s honestly an amazing amount of cooling power for a case this small, and certainly something you should utilize given you don’t need any other layout.

The bottom of the case supports a single 120mm fan as intake underneath the PSU, though it does not ship with any fans. The bottom does have magnetic dust filters included in the accessory pack.

At the back of the case, near the top, you’ll also spot a fan hub. This is a simple PWM & RGB hub with three ports – so it isn’t SATA powered, but it does offer a neat way to run all your fans and RGB devices through a single header. Given that most ITX motherboards only have one RGB header, and the case supports exactly three fans, this is a neat inclusion, especially at this price.

For storage, you can fit up to three 2.5-inch drives in this chassis and one 3.5-inch drive. These are placed at the bottom, along the top radiator mount, behind the power supply; the last 2.5-inch slot is sneakily placed between the frame paneling at the front. It’s too tight there to get cables to, but Lian Li built in a hot-swap bracket. Keep in mind that the bottom drive only fits if you don’t install an intake fan.

The Q58 can support ATX PSUs

However, if you don’t want to invest in a pricey SFF or SFF-L power supply, Lian Li also includes a bracket to convert the chassis to ATX mode. In this mode, the Q58 will still happily swallow 320mm graphics cards, but you will be making a few sacrifices. For one, the biggest supported radiator drops from 280mm to 120mm, and storage options drop to just two 2.5-inch drives. So, for best results, we recommend sticking to an SFF power supply.

In its base variant, black with a PCIe 3.0 riser cable, the Q58 costs $130. If you want a model that has a PCIe 4.0-capable riser cable because you’re dropping in an RTX 3000 or RX 6000 graphics card, this will run you an extra $30, bringing the price tag to $160. Meanwhile, the Q58 is also available in white – a finish that costs $10 extra on both the PCIe 3.0 and PCIe 4.0 variants.

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Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

Sours: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/lian-li-q58-review

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LIAN LI PC-O11 Dynamic White Tempered Glass on the Front and Left Sides, Chassis Body SECC ATX Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case - PC-O11DW

Pros: Looks great. Simple, boxy, minimal. Brushed aluminum accent has a subtle blurred reflection. Glass offers a great view of interior, no staring at a pointless PSU shroud 1cm from the glass, instead your eyes are filled with hardware. The glass panels do not mount with big bulky screws on every corner, but rather slot into place with the top panel securing it all down. Even the case feet follow the simple aesthetic. The use of space is impressive as you can possibly fit x3 360mm radiators at once. Power supply mounted behind motherboard opens up possibility to mount fans at the bottom directly under a video card. Can fit x9 120mm fans OR x6 120mm fans and x2 140mm fans. When I pre-ordered there were shipping charges, but when payment was charged the shipping was free.

Cons: My case arrived with one of the fasteners from the top panel broken off inside it. Still usable without it as there are 6 more fasteners though. If you want fans on the bottom and you have a USB 3.0 header on the bottom of your motherboard you'll not be able to use it unless you order a low-profile 20-pin internal USB 3.0 extension ($15.00 from modmymods, similar prices from china sellers). There are no cable tie points on the floor of the case. Side panel window wasn't completely flush against the front window. I had to cram something under the side window to push it against the front window as there was a gap between them at the bottom. Stiff tubing pressing against the side panel glass slowly began to separate the lower-front corner of the glass from the metal which fastens it to the case. I found the metal is affixed to the glass with double-sided foam tape and it isn't difficult to pry apart. I took off the metal from the side of the glass that was pealing apart, scraped off the foam tape, and re-affixed it together with 3M VHB. It seems a little more secure now, but I'm still paranoid about that corner peeling off. Like many cases the power LED is a blindingly bright blue LED shining through clear plastic with no diffusion so I unplugged it entirely along with the HDD activity. There is space for two 80mm fans at the back, but no mounting points so you'd have to zip tie them. Some such complaints are being addressed in the O11-AIR. It's possible that the O11-DYNAMIC may receive such revisions. The white version could certainly use some white borders on the outside of the tinted glass over the black borders, as well as a diffused white power LED. PCI brackets do not use thumbscrews. The slots that the tabs on PCI brackets slot into are not tight enough thus can cause significant GPU sag. To keep the case from being "too wide" some width was sacrificed in the main chamber so check your GPU water block compatibility. Generally, if your video card has a wide PCB a standard water block will be too wide unless you can use some adapter to narrow it. At the time of this review the case (especially in white) is rarely if ever in stock. The Q&A section has been full of poor souls asking when it will stock unable to get their hands on it.

Overall Review: I luckily pre-ordered the case in white. Oddly the pre-order button only appeared when I was logged out of Newegg and disappeared when logged in. So I had to add the pre-order to the cart then log in to finish it. Small front glass can be difficult to remove. I have a method that makes it come out easy for me. 1. Place case on floor or table with sides removed. - 2. Press one hand against inside and other hand against outside of the front glass panel (sandwich grip). - 3. If case is empty/light bend down pressing your chest against the top of the case holding it down as you lift the glass upward. Front glass panel should come out. I personally think the unobstructed side+front window approach is superior to a top+side windowed case such as the TT View 37 since I'm usually viewing the case on my desk from a sitting position thus not looking from the top. You can fit a really thick 360mm radiator at the top, but I'd advise against it if you want to mount a longer reservoir upright on the bottom. I removed the positional bracket under the PSU as well as the HDD bay for more space to stuff cables into. If you get any fancy PSU cable extensions or RGB fans they add a ton of bulk to deal with, but the case has a lot of room back there. Steel case is much heavier than Lian Li's typical aluminum builds, but that is the sacrifice for making the price affordable. Steel is also better if your motherboard came with a wi-fi antenna that sticks to the case with magnets as those won't stick to aluminum cases. The front audio ports are not discernible from each other which is fine aesthetically, but if you wanted to know: the top jack is microphone, bottom jack is headphones. There's a small rubber block included with double-sided tape on one side. May be it's for hanging your headphones on, but the tape on it does not appear strong enough to do that. Maybe they should just offer a magnetic puck for that.

Sours: https://www.newegg.com/white-lian-li-pc-o11-dynamic-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811112582
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Lian Li

Taiwanese computer case and accessories manufacturer

Inside of a Lian Li PC-A05FN computer case

Lian Li Industrial Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 聯力工業股份有限公司; pinyin: Lián Lì Gōngyè Gǔfènyǒuxiàngōngsī) is a Taiwanesecomputer case and accessoriesmanufacturer.

The company is one of the largest manufacturers of aluminiumcomputer cases in Taiwan and is also a major world competitor in the premium aftermarket computer case industry.[1]

Products[edit]

Their cases are constructed with either brushed or anodised aluminium and are lightweight and offered in silver, black, grey, golden, red, blue, and green shades. In addition to their various cases, they produce aluminum desks, power supplies and accessories such as window kits, CPU coolers, fans, removable hard drive bays, bezel covers, and memory card readers. The company also provides OEM and ODM services.

History[edit]

Lian Li Industrial Co., Ltd was founded in 1983, and is based in Keelung, Taiwan.

Location[edit]

It has its headquarters in the Liudu Industrial Park (T: 六堵工業區, S: 六堵工业区, P: Liùdǔ Gōngyèqū) in Keelung.[2][3]

Subsidiary brand[edit]

In 2009 Lian Li launched LanCool as a subsidiary to produce cases without their signature aluminium in an effort to bring costs down. These cases feature a tool-less architecture aimed at gamers and PC enthusiasts.[4] With LanCool producing the non-aluminium midtower cases, Lian Li is well known as a high-end aluminium chassis manufacturer.[1] In August 2018, after years without new product releases, Lian Li revived the LanCool branding and presented the LanCool One chassis featuring tempered glass panels and RGB lighting.[5]

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References[edit]

External links[edit]

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