Thursday, March 10th 2016

Lian Li to Showcase Latest O and Q Series Cases at CeBIT 2016

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd is pleased to announce that it will bring the latest O Series PC-O9, Q series PC-Q34, and new PC-J60 to CeBIT 2016. Lian Li would like to extend an invitation to all to visit its booth (Hall 17, Booth H24/1) to glimpse its exciting new products.

The O Series launched in 2014 and was lauded for its aesthetics - Lian Li's hallmark brushed aluminum combined with large tempered glass windows, allowing DIY enthusiasts to showcase their most elaborate builds. Like its predecessor, the PC-O8, the PC-O9 uses a larger form factor and incorporates big, beautiful glass panels, but is halved into two compartments: an all-glass area for showcasing hardware, and a more convention aluminum section for hiding cables, drives, and the power supply.
Fans of Small Form Factor (SFF) PCs are very familiar and fond of Lian Li's celebrated Q Series chassis. Lian Li will showcase its latest, which accommodates large components and CPU coolers in one of its tiniest cases. Akin to the PC-V33, the PC-Q34 even opens at a hinge on the front panel to give builders test-bench style access to traditionally cramped and frustratingly small mini-ITX cases.

Featuring ample water cooling flexibility, accommodating massive VGA cards, and priced affordably - the PC-J60 is an excellent choice for gamers on a budget. An aluminum cover on the bottom panel sheathes the power supply and drives, allowing enthusiasts to show off their flashiest hardware in a clean, easily-organized chassis.
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16 Comments on Lian Li to Showcase Latest O and Q Series Cases at CeBIT 2016

#1
Assimilator
"priced affordably"

From Lian-Li? I'll believe it when I see it.
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micropage7
Assimilator said:
"priced affordably"

From Lian-Li? I'll believe it when I see it.
yeah by their own standard
i think lian li need to get some improvement, i like their material but that brand just like stuck with their old design, square, glass, rectangle, flat
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#3
Arrakis9
micropage7 said:
yeah by their own standard
i think lian li need to get some improvement, i like their material but that brand just like stuck with their old design, square, glass, rectangle, flat
its industrial elegance, call it old fashioned all you want but its functional, basic and not like cheap plastic shit cases with brushed lines you get now that are "gamer" oriented. once you own a lian li and mod it to suit your style you'll get what i mean, its a blank canvas for modding.
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#4
bonehead123
That wide one in the left pic looks very very similar to the Carbide Air540, yes ?

Can someone please explain to me why you would want to turn the fan assembly sideways as opposed to the traditional front-facing array ? Other than asthetics that is.......

I've seen this on some open-air designs, which appear to be more functionally-oriented concept but these LanLi's are not like that.....
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#5
AsRock
TPU addict
Looks like the same idea, how ever the picture only tells one 5th of the story.
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#6
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
I'm kind of digging the one on the far right
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#7
HammerON
The Watchful Moderator
cdawall said:
I'm kind of digging the one on the far right
I am too...
Will have to wait to see what they price these cases at.
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#8
Fx
I've never understood all of the hot fuss over Lian Li. In this slew of releases, the middle case looks decent, and the one on the left looks like it had some good thought behind it.
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#9
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
HammerON said:
I am too...
Will have to wait to see what they price these cases at.
I hope at a reasonable price, the Corsair case rattle already have me frustrated at build quality.
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#10
Tannhäuser
With a peek over to the In Win 909, In Win has become what Lian Li should've been these days.
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#11
erixx
They need to urgently contract a real designer like In Win did. You can't milk the square boxes cow ad infinitum....
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#12
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Tannhäuser said:
With a peek over to the In Win 909, In Win has become what Lian Li should've been these days.
Until you feel their cases. They still feel cheap even the expensive ones IMO.
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#14
Tannhäuser
cdawall said:
Until you feel their cases. They still feel cheap even the expensive ones IMO.
I have the Lian Li X500 fx. Yes, it does look good and I like that minimal design. But also the aluminium-panels around the case are very thin, tending to increase vibration noises from HDDs and the water-pump. I guess I will switch to the In Win 909 soon, because of the heavy glass panels.
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#15
ds4130
Arrakis+9 said:
its industrial elegance, call it old fashioned all you want but its functional, basic and not like cheap plastic shit cases with brushed lines you get now that are "gamer" oriented. once you own a lian li and mod it to suit your style you'll get what i mean, its a blank canvas for modding.
Absolutely agree, the hardest part of building a new rig is choosing which Lian Li to get, almost impossible to go elsewhere....
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#16
micropage7
Arrakis+9 said:
its industrial elegance, call it old fashioned all you want but its functional, basic and not like cheap plastic shit cases with brushed lines you get now that are "gamer" oriented. once you own a lian li and mod it to suit your style you'll get what i mean, its a blank canvas for modding.
yea, i have one that i cut for re route my 24 pins cable :-P
now it back to its box
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