Wednesday, October 19th 2016

Lian Li Updates O-Series Cases with New White Color Options

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd is thrilled to announce the PC-O5SW, PC-O7SW and PC-O8WBW: stunning white colors for stunning chassis. Lian Li's O-series cases are emblematic of its dedication to premium materials and exceptional engineering. After a rough winter worldwide last year, Lian Li chose a new snowy white theme in hopes of an auspicious, less extreme winter season in 2016.

The O-series is a perfect chassis for displaying high-end hardware. Both the PC-O5SW and PC-O7SW feature a full tempered glass panel for an unfettered view of gleaming builds. VGA cards are mounted vertically, parallel to the motherboard, using an included riser cable. Both chassis have four expansion slots and support SLI and Crossfire setups. They can be mounted directly on walls, placed on a desk with a vertical stand, or laid horizontally on four removable rubber feet.
Flexible Storage Mounting
The PC-O5SW and PC-O7SW can mount three 3.5" and a single 2.5" drive in the included drive cage, while the PC-O8WBW can squeeze six 3.5" and two 2.5" drives. Users can opt to hide 2.5" and 3.5" drives behind or directly on the motherboard tray. Each case can mount a total of eight drives.

Water Cooling Support for Large Radiators
Like the other "S" suffixed O-series models, water cooling enthusiasts can mount 300mm radiators in the mini-ITX PC-O5SW, while the full ATX PC-O7SW can accommodate 400mm radiators. The PC-O8WBW fits up to two 360mm radiators.

Price and Availability
The PC-O8WBW will be available on 10/23 while the O5SW and O7SW are nearly available at Newegg
  • The PC-O5SW is available for MSRP USD $419
  • The PC-O7SW is available for MSRP USD $559
  • The PC-O8WBW is available for MSRP USD $479
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5 Comments on Lian Li Updates O-Series Cases with New White Color Options

#1
BoyE
Damm those cases are hot! :)

Always liked the o series(the slim ones) but these are sexy. But I really hope that the white is a bit more cold/blue than this. It looks like whipping cream almost.
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AsRock
TPU addict
BoyE said:
Damm those cases are hot! :)

Always liked the o series(the slim ones) but these are sexy. But I really hope that the white is a bit more cold/blue than this. It looks like whipping cream almost.
Hot in price too lmao, cube one looks real nice for what you can see but there is no chance in hell with that price tag.
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micropage7
AsRock said:
Hot in price too lmao, cube one looks real nice for what you can see but there is no chance in hell with that price tag.
yea, i could build another pc with that money
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AsRock
TPU addict
I would buy a Corsair Carbide 540 ( or even the higher model ) before this and take the plastic front off and replace the rivets with small bolts with a few other mods before buying it lol.
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#5
slozomby
I think I could have a custom case made and powder coated for less than that.
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