Saturday, May 23rd 2020

Lian Li and PCMR Collaborate on O11 Dynamic Space Grey Special Edition

LIAN LI Industrial Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of aluminium chassis and PC accessories, is proud to unveil, in cooperation with the PC Master Race, the O11 DYNAMIC SPACE GREY SPECIAL EDITION - CHROME MIRROR FINISH, a limited edition case designed for the PC community. Sporting the award-winning features of the original O11 DYNAMIC, such as dual-chamber and multi radiator support, the SPECIAL EDITION adds on a mirror-like chrome front panel and accents, highly reflective tempered glass panels, and a unique ID numbered plate from 1 to 2,000 units.

"We are thrilled to be announcing the O11 DYNAMIC SPECIAL EDITION, a project in which we were able to collaborate with the PCMR community. It gives the O11D a refreshingly new take on premium design and craftsmanship for cases," says Jameson Chen, Brand Director at LIAN LI.

"It's amazing to work with LIAN LI and see this project come true," Pedro, PCMR founder. "At PCMR, we're all about freedom, beauty, and quality. I believe that this limited edition case offers all three: The freedom to create a build that suits you and your style; the understated beauty that makes it a centerpiece of any build; and the unmistakable quality that LIAN LI and the O11 Dynamic are deservedly known for."

Craftsmanship and Passion
With its flawless chrome finish front panel, mirror finish tempered glass panels, and stealthy black metal frame, the O11 DYNAMIC SPECIAL EDITION sports a unique look only achieved through meticulous electroplating processes. As one of the best water cooling chassis on the market, the black and silver theme of this O11 DYNAMIC SPECIAL EDITION makes for a great source of inspiration to build showroom level systems.

Limited to 2000 Units
At only 2,000 units produced, each O11 DYNAMIC SPECIAL EDITION has an engraved plate featuring PCMR and LIAN LI's logo, as well as the unique case production number. Each system built in this case is destined to stand out.

The O11 DYNAMIC SPECIAL EDITION is available starting May 22nd, 2020, at MSRP of $159.99 USD. For more information visit the official product page.
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22 Comments on Lian Li and PCMR Collaborate on O11 Dynamic Space Grey Special Edition

#1
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Unaffiliated retail links (copy and paste):

https://www.newegg.com/p/1W8-014H-00002?Item=9SIAFSTB984534

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/lp/lian-li-o11d-space-grey.html
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#4
Turmania
They made a great case and now milking it every little drop of it.
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#5
Totally
Turmania
They made a great case and now milking it every little drop of it.
Not gonna lie this version is sexy.
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#6
bonehead123
A pretty slick exterior, but otherwise.....s/o/s/s/... but hey, at least it has a USB-C port on the front, unlike so many other so-called "new" cases released in the past 2 years :(

And why no pics of the interior ????
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#7
Chrispy_
I feel like one day PCMR should just make the best case, using the best materials.

In order to be glorious it would need to be space-efficient, attractively-designed (Think Apple, not Optimus Prime), and engineered to perfection out of the best materials available - think carbon fibre for structure, copper for heat-conduction, and acoustic fibreglass.

I mean, yeah tempered glass and fairy lights are a pretty fad but we now know from several years of reviews that they make impractical, poorly-performing cases. Making something the prettiest is easy. Making something the prettiest AND the best performing is where the case industry has failed quite spectacularly since the RGBLED plague began.
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theoneandonlymrk
bonehead123
A pretty slick exterior, but otherwise.....s/o/s/s/... but hey, at least it has a USB-C port on the front, unlike so many other so-called "new" cases released in the past 2 years :(

And why no pics of the interior ????
Seconded.

With the poor interior pictures it's hard to see if it's like the original, ie very tight spacing for a bottom 360 rad and a bit tight at the top.
Or the bigger version that's got room all over.
I have a tight fit original, I am not swapping but be nice to know if I were buying.

@Chrispy_ the cooling on these is awesome if you fit enough fans , like 9 minimum.
And if you don't follow Gamer's Nexus fan setup.

It's also designed to convert quickly into a benchmark box , taking the glass off takes seconds, but isn't required in typical use if setup right.
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#9
springs113
theoneandonlymrk
Seconded.

With the poor interior pictures it's hard to see if it's like the original, ie very tight spacing for a bottom 360 rad and a bit tight at the top.
Or the bigger version that's got room all over.
I have a tight fit original, I am not swapping but be nice to know if I were buying.

@Chrispy_ the cooling on these is awesome if you fit enough fans , like 9 minimum.
And if you don't follow Gamer's Nexus fan setup.

It's also designed to convert quickly into a benchmark box , taking the glass off takes seconds, but isn't required in typical use if setup right.
Why should there be internal pictures when nothing really changed? The only difference is the Derbauer sticker on the inside. Not attacking you, just stating something.
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theoneandonlymrk
springs113
Why should there be internal pictures when nothing really changed? The only difference is the Derbauer sticker on the inside. Not attacking you, just stating something.
As I said they have shipped a few versions of the same thing, some bigger, be nice to know which version it's based on.
And because it's the norm to show where bits fit.
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#11
gdallsk
bonehead123
And why no pics of the interior ????
interior is unchanged.
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#12
theoneandonlymrk
Since clarity is key, this is identical to the original Der8uar one and not the resized XL, i checked other sites With interior pictures.
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#13
TheDeeGee
Well that's rare, a case with USB Ports on the front, where it actually makes sense.
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#14
Assimilator
If this was really a PCMR-worthy revision, it would have a front panel allowing for 360mm rad mounting instead of the useless glass.
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#15
IamEzio
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If this was really a PCMR-worthy revision, it would have a front panel allowing for 360mm rad mounting instead of the useless glass.
The WHOLE point of this case is the front glass and side intake.... if you want a case with front mounted 360 rad, you have enough options on the market.
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#16
theoneandonlymrk
IamEzio
The WHOLE point of this case is the front glass and side intake.... if you want a case with front mounted 360 rad, you have enough options on the market.
Gamer's Nexus saw that as an input, I think Der8aur meant for it to be a rear firing rad mount, with three fans pulling in at the bottom and a rad at the side and top, it cools well.

Thats how I have gone.
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#17
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IamEzio
The WHOLE point of this case is the front glass and side intake.... if you want a case with front mounted 360 rad, you have enough options on the market.
Wrong. The whole point of this case is the dual-chamber design.
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#18
Minus Infinity
TheDeeGee
Well that's rare, a case with USB Ports on the front, where it actually makes sense.
Maybe if you put it on the desk, I put mine on the ground under my desk so prefer ports all on the top.
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#19
theoneandonlymrk
Minus Infinity
Maybe if you put it on the desk, I put mine on the ground under my desk so prefer ports all on the top.
You don't buy that kind of case to stick out the way under a desk, right tool for the job would be Haf type or the 011 Air.
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#20
Mussels
Moderprator
front USB seems like a great way to have ports snapped off forever... top only thanks!
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#21
Vlada011
I like more mine real LIAN LI PC-O11...
Look small details and finish. Nothing similar could be find for 220$.


I'm not sure for Dynamic, but PC-O11 WXC is compatible with HPTX, SSI-CEB and SSI-EEB motherboards.
Smallest case capable to fit SR-2 motherboard or SR-3 Dark with 2x 360mm radiators.
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#22
Caring1
Mussels
front USB seems like a great way to have ports snapped off forever... top only thanks!
Lol, I only have my front ports plugged in when I need them, top ports collect too much dust and are hard to clean.
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