Lian Li debuts O-Series wall-mountable chassis

Lian Li debuts O-Series wall-mountable chassis

The PC chassis maker Lian Li has released the all-new O-Series of wall-mountable and open-air chassis. The new line consists of four models as of now – PC-O5, PC-O5S, PC-O6S and PC-O7S – and all of them reflect the feedback of the do-it-yourself community. Thus the chassis include oversized tempered glass windows, PCI riser cards and nice aluminum designs.

The four models, listed above, follow different form-factors. The first two models – the PC-O5 and the PC-O5S are mini-ITX chassis, while the PC-O6S and the PC-O7S are micro-ATX and ATX form factor chassis. Despite the size differences they all feature common characteristics. Thus they allow system builders to install video cards parallel to the motherboard and this keeps all the chassis slim. A black anodized aluminum shield cover makes the hard drive cage super clean and the models that feature the “S” letter provide water cooling compatibility. The PC-O5S supports radiators up to 240 mm, while the PC-O6S and PC-O7S support 360 mm radiators. Of course the main feature of the new chassis is the opportunity to mount them on a wall but if this is not your thing you can place the cases in a vertical position on a desk by using the included aluminum stand with rubber grip or place them horizontally on four attachable feet with rubber padding.

The new cases will be available in the United States first where they will sell for USD 289 (PC-O5), USD 319 (PC-O5S), USD 379 (PC-O6S) and USD 419 (PC-O7S). Expect them in February 2015.

Source: Lian Li

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