Tuesday, September 2nd 2014

Lian Li Announces the PC-V1000L Full Tower Chassis

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd today announces the PC-V1000L Special Edition full tower chassis. This brushed aluminum chassis features a ventilated front providing high airflow while featuring the high-end versatile tool-less designs for which Lian Li is known.

Short Full Tower with Full Hardware Support
With a height of only 551 mm (21.7"), the 74L PC-V1000L can hold the hardware a PC enthusiast desires, including: motherboards up to EATX, the largest graphics cards, and extensive water cooling support.
Individually Removable Hard Drive Bays
DIY enthusiasts are able to individually mount/remove the 9 HDD bays according to their build preference. Each bay allows for a 3.5' or 2.5" drive to be tool-lessly mounted. For more storage potential one 3.5" drive or two 2.5" drives can be mounted behind the motherboard tray.

Extensive Cooling
Three 120 mm fans pull cool air through the ventilated front panel. These front fans are attached to a removable bracket that slides out for easy maintenance.

At the bottom of the chassis a removable bracket secured by a single thumbscrew allows for two 120 mm fans or a 240 radiator to be installed. At the top of the chassis a tool-lessly removable top panel allows for two 120 mm/140 mm fans or a 240/280 mm radiator to be easily installed. A rear 120 mm exhaust fan with two grommeted holes pulls hot air out of the chassis.

Wheels for Easy Maneuverability
The wheels design enables easy moving of a fully loaded system. A locking mechanism on the rear wheels prevents the chassis moving when set in place.

The I/O panel is located at the front of the chassis and contains 4 USB 3.0 ports and HD audio connections.

Price and Availability
The PC-V1000L will be available in black PC-V1000LA (Silver), PC-V1000LB (Black) and PC-V1000LWX (Internal Black with Window) in North America for the suggested retail price of USD 345 and USD 389 respectively.
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5 Comments on Lian Li Announces the PC-V1000L Full Tower Chassis

nice case but their internal layout doesnt move far from years to years
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Looks alot like the G5. I was so tempted once to modify one for normal components.
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a little basic but I like it, now give me a flipped motherboard tray one plox
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I guess it's alright. It won't make me do burpees, but it's a case with little airflow obstruction. I am still exsited about PC-Q19., which actually looks awesome, in my eyes.
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Oddly this is a pretty reasonable layout for Lian. I mean you could setup decent airflow in it which is uncommon for them. And having dual 120/140 holes? Never thought they'd do it.
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