Monday, November 5th 2018

Lian Li Partners with Bitspower on Custom Reservoir/Pump for PC-O11 Dynamic Case

The Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic is proving to be a success for the company, with praise from reviews and customers alike. The platform has since brought out a few variations as well, but for those wanting to build in the case this holiday season and make use of the watercooling support it allows, the Sedna O11D might be of interest to you. Borne out of a collaboration between Lian Li and Bitspower, this is a custom reservoir and pump combination unit that fits in like a manifold and is slim to allow for excellent compatibility for also CPU and GPU blocks in the case without compromising on space for the rest of the custom loop.

The Sedna O11D is effectively a retail product designed like a one-off mod from talented PC modders around the world, and will allow users to have something different than the norm. It comes with what appears to be a Laing DDC pump integrated at the bottom, and also has a built-in pressure relief valve at the top to aid in air bleeding as well as a drain valve at the bottom. There is no word on pricing yet, although the product is up for purchase from Bitspower directly in which case you need to contact their sales channel via Skype. Note that this is not necessarily the first of its kind as a retail product, with other, arguably smaller, Asian brands offering similar custom reservoirs before. This is the first time a global brand has directly worked with the case maker to make such a specific product, to the best of my knowledge, and hopefully it leads to more such joint efforts.
Source: Bitspower Product Page
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10 Comments on Lian Li Partners with Bitspower on Custom Reservoir/Pump for PC-O11 Dynamic Case

#1
Sp33d Junki3
WOW! That is so unique. This makes me want to get this just for show.
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#2
MpG
Props for a clean look/install, but it's clogging up a prime radiator location. There's technically still room for two more 360's, but airflow will be awkward if you don't want one of them using the other's exhaust air.
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#3
Loosenut
Nice case to consider if it's affordable...
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#4
theoneandonlymrk
"Loosenut said:
Nice case to consider if it's affordable...
It's not bad i got mine for 120£ ,i would not buy this though, it fills the best rad spot and one of two that are practical to use, im getting a second 360 for the roof.

But I can't deny it does look nice.
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#7
Hokum
Wait hasn't this been a thing for a while?
<div class="youtube-embed" data-id="6utG_7jLF2I"><img src="https://i.ytimg.com/vi/6utG_7jLF2I/hqdefault.jpg" /><div class="youtube-play"></div><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6utG_7jLF2I" target="_blank" class="youtube-title"></a></div>
This is from April?
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#8
DeathtoGnomes
"Hokum said:
Wait hasn't this been a thing for a while?
<div class="youtube-embed" data-id="6utG_7jLF2I"><img src="https://i.ytimg.com/vi/6utG_7jLF2I/hqdefault.jpg" /><div class="youtube-play"></div><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6utG_7jLF2I" target="_blank" class="youtube-title"></a></div>
This is from April?
did you watch the video? This announcement is about the reservoir which is completely different than the one in the video and it has RGB built in.
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#9
Hokum
"DeathtoGnomes said:
did you watch the video? This announcement is about the reservoir which is completely different than the one in the video and it has RGB built in.
Of course i watched the video! My point is why is this new item which is very similar plus RGB so great.
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#10
Totally
You guys even read the article? Clearly says "not the first of it kind" and you see the these all the time in high end mods.
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