Thursday, June 12th 2014

Lian Li Releases Two Modular Chassis: PC-V359 and PC-Q36

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today announces the release of two highly modular, brushed aluminum chassis with slide off side panels: PC-V359 and PC-Q36. The Micro-ATX PC-V359 and Mini-ITX PC-Q36 feature a see-through top panel and front window, making builds easily visible from the top and the front. Both chassis are are almost entirely modular - the top panel can be removed with the twist of four thumbscrews, and once removed, the side panels can be slid right off, providing total access to interior hardware in a matter of seconds.

Furthermore, after removing the two thumb screws from the 3.5" cage, the cage itself, as well as the entire front panel, can be removed. The back panel can also be removed after taking out two screws. The PC-V359 and PC-Q36 can utilize air, water, and passive cooling to keep builds running at a comfortable temperature. Ventilation with filters are located at the top of both side panels. One side can support a 240mm radiator, while the other side ventilates the GPU.

Hardware Compatibility
The PC-V359 supports VGA cards up to 320mm (12.6") in length and CPU coolers up to 160mm (6.3") in height. The PC-Q36 supports VGA cards up to 300mm (11.8") in length and CPU coolers up to 170mm (6.7") height. Both chassis have a slim optical bay located on the bottom of the front panel.

Connectivity
The I/O panel is located on the front right of both chassis. Connectivity includes two USB 3.0 ports and HD audio connections.

Price and Availability
The PC-V359 and PC-Q36 will be available in the US now for the suggested retail prices of USD 179 and USD 149 respectively.

For more information, visit the product pages of PC-V359 and PC-Q36.
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5 Comments on Lian Li Releases Two Modular Chassis: PC-V359 and PC-Q36

#1
micropage7
looks like cabinet not like a pc case
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#2
Jizzler
Too big for me, but I like it. Easy enough to replace the panels with acrylic sheets if desired.
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#3
dwade
When I think bland, ugly, and boring computer chassis, Lian-Li pops up in my head, first.
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#4
Dduckkim
Lian Li makes good clean looking cases. But always overpriced.
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#5
Aarent
by: dwade
When I think bland, ugly, and boring computer chassis, Lian-Li pops up in my head, first.
When i think off ugly, in-elegant, overly flashy and seriously lacking computer chassis, i think of your stereotype of consumer.
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