Thursday, September 14th 2017

Lian Li Introduces New Series of All-aluminum Convertible Tower and HTPC Cases

Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd is proud to present the new range of all-Aluminium PC chassis, the PC-Q50, PC-V320, and PC-V720. In a time of tempered glass and RGB lighting, Lian Li's new cases offer a return to classic PC chassis, crafted with high-quality materials and offering a spacious solution to high-performance builds for regular desktop and HTPC use. Despite their classic looks, the PC-Q50, PC-V320, and PC-V720 are all equipped with, and ready for the latest PC technology, this includes a USB 3.1 Type-C connector on the front panel. All three models will be available in a bare Aluminium or Black and come equipped with in take and exhaust fan (depending on the model) in an already well-vented chassis. With models sized for Mini-ITX, MicroATX and ATX motherboards, PC enthusiast looking for a luxurious case to adorn their desk or home entertainment center have a freedom of choice.
High-quality Aluminium chassis
All the new Lian Li Aluminium chassis can be easily converted from tower to desktop model for flexible placing on or under a desk, or for use as a powerful HTPC in a home entertainment environment. The Aluminum feet with rubber anti-vibration and protective layer can be easily removed or installed by simply turning them to screw in or out. The front, top, and bottom panels all feature an exorbitant amount of laser cut holes for optimal ventilation. This allows the PC-Q50, PC-V320, and PC-V720 able to operate with a minimum amount of low noise fans in environments where those requirements are vital.
Compact design for maximum space efficiency
All three models feature a motherboard-centric design principle. By developing the case around the motherboard tray, the designs have become immensely space efficient. Each chassis features an exhaust fan at the top, to exhaust hot CPU & VRM air, while a pass-through cable allows the placement of a suspended PSU (SFX for the PC-Q50, ATX for the PC-V320 and PC-V720) from the top of the chassis, together with a 2.5"/3.5" drive rack. Below that, an intake fan (120 mm) on the PC-V320 and PC-V720 ensure sufficient cooling for the larger components that fit a (Micro) ATX system.

Traditional Lian Li quality
The PC-Q50, PC-V320, and PC-V720 uphold the traditional Lian Li qualities of high-quality materials, ease-of-use and forward thinking. That's why all models feature a USB 3.1 Type-C connector next to the regular array of connectors you usually find on a front panel, such as two USB 3.0 and HD Audio jacks. The side panels feature Lian Li's patented rivet locking mechanism and allow easy access to components inside the chassis.

Price and Availability
  • The Lian Li PC-Q50 will be available in the US in the middle of September, for $149
  • The Lian Li PC-V320 will be available in the US in the middle of September, for $189
  • The Lian Li PC-V720 will be available in the US in the middle of September, for $219
For more information, visit the product pages of the PC-Q50, PC-V320, and PC-V720.
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8 Comments on Lian Li Introduces New Series of All-aluminum Convertible Tower and HTPC Cases

#1
Diverge
For the smaller one, it looks like they borrows some of the design from the ncase m1, which they were subcontracted to make.

The major difference is the added height to have room for the fan above the motherboard I/O panel.
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#2
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
horrible and expensive cases.....
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#3
EarthDog
You got one part right peche... :p
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#4
bonehead123
I like the cases overall but not the $$ :D
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#5
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
"EarthDog said:
You got one part right peche... :p
the price? cuz i know some members love their products, personally i rather caselabs over expensive lian li products,
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#6
Casecutter
"Despite their classic looks"... nice way to say 2007 calling! Though, it's nice to at least a new MicroATX showing.
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#7
LogitechFan
I recall seeing this garbage at computex. Lian li have gone insane long time ago. They manage to ruin any case they create with some ugly and largely unnecessary elements. Look at Jonsbo and learn, lianli, because everything you do nowadays is overpriced garbage that looks as crazy AF
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#8
MadsMagnus
Keep in mind that Lian Li actually produced the DANCASE A4-SFX, and even though the form factor here more looks like NCASE M1. It would seem like Lian Li is taking it all in to try and make their own..
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