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Lian Li Announces LANCOOL ONE Chassis

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Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd., world's leading manufacturer of aluminum chassis for enthusiasts, custom OEM/ODM case solutions and case accessories is pleased to announce the official launch of the LANCOOL ONE chassis. Featuring Lian Li's signature brushed aluminum finish and quality combined with modern RGB lighting, the LANCOOL ONE brings a new twist to a classic Lian Li design. Debuted in the recent COMPUTEX 2018 expo, the LANCOOL ONE has already managed to wow consumers due to its unique design and incredible value offering.

Nobody in the business does aluminum better than Lian Li and the LANCOOL ONE continues that legacy with its stylish aluminum front panel which exudes a timeless, elegant vibe but is given a modern touch with impressive RGB lighting. The RGB lighting serves as both an accent piece for the front panel as well an ambient lighting for the internal chamber giving it a two-in-one function that provides a lot of value. The LEDs also illuminate front fans directly so users not using RGB fans on the front can get the illusion of using RGB fans on the front thanks to the front panel lighting.



Lian Li has worked with all leading motherboard brands to provide the LANCOOL ONE with RGB sync support with most popular lighting control software like ASUS AURA Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, ASRock Polychrome and MSI Mystic Light.

Optimized Airflow for Great Cooling
Both top and front panels of the Lian Li LANCOOL ONE offer great airflow. Lian Li has designed the LANCOOL ONE to have optimized airflow so users who want to maximize cooling can do so thanks to plenty of fan mounting locations. Integrated removable dust filters allow ease-of-cleaning and reduced dust inside the chassis. The front panel of the LANCOOL ONE features an open front slit and side vents maintain looks while still providing high airflow for a great balance of looks and function.

The LANCOOL One supports up 360mm radiators on the top or front (only one at a time) or users can also mount a single 280mm radiator on the front. A total of nine 120mm fans can be installed on the LANCOOL One for incredible airflow possibilities.

Multifunction PSU Shroud
Increase cooling in your case or add more storage with the Lian Li's innovative dual-function PSU shroud. The shroud includes removable drive trays to house two additional 2.5" drives like SSDs or mount additional two 120mm fans for improved cooling that helps in cooling PCIe devices like the GPU. Underneath the PSU shroud, user can install up to two 3.5" drives like HDDs for further storage. The drive cage is removable and you can move it so you can have more space underneath the shroud for other airflow or modifications.

Cable Management Made Easy
The modular drive cage caddy can be removed for easier cable routing and the LANCOOL ONE also features plenty of tie down points for easier cable management. This enables a cleaner look and an easier time when doing maintenance.

Modern Meets Classic with More Features
The LANCOOL ONE features a full tempered glass side panel which is locked in place with LIAN LI's signature mounting system, which allows for a seamless look yet still secure and easy to use. This makes it easier to remove your tempered glass panel and do maintenance and cleaning as well as installation of new components on your system.

Support for modern systems is given attention as the LANCOOL ONE supports up to larger EATX motherboards and the tilted tray design compliments the cable management feature of the LANCOOL ONE making it easier to route cables on the front. Motherboards following the E-ATX standard with dimensions of 12" x 10.9" can fit in the LANCOOL ONE. Furthermore, The LANCOOL ONE can accommodate motherboards with width of up to 280mm.

For greater presentation possibilities, the LANCOOL ONE can accommodate vertical GPU mounting.

For more information, visit the product page.

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I still own the Lancool K-62B case, aside form the cracked window it got from shipping, its still a nice looking case. The only thing I've tried to do is sleeve the fans that came with it, that still work after all this time. If the quality stands true, the Lancool One will make a great case.
 
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I thought it was a Micro-ATX Case from the pictures. Would have been beautiful.
 
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anutha day, anutha "new"case..... that looks just like all the 759.872581 Million other ones .....but at least they put a USB C port on the front I/O panel....
 
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Reminds me of the Deepcool Genome from the front
 
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Now that's a Lian-Li case I am interested again.
 
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with them open tops I guess if you spill a drink down on It that should l cool it off . then any trash , dust , what ever falls straight down in to it as well . all these so called more efficient hardware , but needs all that ways for cooling like vid cards still banging 80c toady with all that exotic aftermarket cooling we never seen the likes of 18 years ago .
 
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"up to two 3.5 drives"

Wait, what ? In this huge case you can only put 2 x 3.5 drives ?
That is crazy considering that today people need more and more amounts s of storage
 
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"up to two 3.5 drives"

Wait, what ? In this huge case you can only put 2 x 3.5 drives ?
That is crazy considering that today people need more and more amounts s of storage
I guess you must have been sleeping the last year or two when multi Terrabyte drives were announced.
 
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I guess you must have been sleeping the last year or two when multi Terrabyte drives were announced.
from article ...
'' two additional 2.5" drives like SSDs or mount additional two 120mm''

another article add's to that

''Underneath the PSU shroud, the user can install up to two 3.5″ drives like HDDs for further storage''

https://wccftech.com/lian-li-announces-new-lancool-one-case-with-tempered-glass-and-rgb/

so I guess that's the ssd's + 2 - 3.5 platter drives under the PSU for that multi Terrabyte storage ?

that's good to point out cause as you said '' multi Terrabyte drives'' would cost a guy a mint in SSD 's if he was stuck with only doing that in this case also said it was 99 bucks at neww egg . pretty cheap case for a Lian Li branded
 
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