Lian Li presents the PC-O7SW computer chassis

Lian Li presents the PC-O7SW computer chassis

Lian Li has presented a new and unusual computer chassis that has been designed for E-ATX and ATX motherboards only. The chassis is called PC-O7SW and thanks to its unusual design it is only 148 mm thick.

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The PC-O7SW is made of quality aluminum and comes with a reinforced window that allows users to take a look at the hardware inside. The chassis measures 514 x 148 x 585 mm (L x W x H) and weighs 9.9 kilograms, which is not little. It has enough space for up to four internal PCI-E cards, several 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch storage drives and an ATX power supply unit that is up to 220 mm long. Unfortunately the PC-O7SW has little space for CPU coolers and the one you will use for your processor must be up to 85 mm tall but the case compensates with the number of 120 mm fans that it supports – you can install up to three of them and up front there’s space for a 140 mm fan as well.

There’s no information on when the new PC-O7SW PC case will be in stores and how much it will cost. What do you think of it?

Source: Lian Li

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