[Press Release] Lian Li is a famous brand for various types of PC hardware, and the brand is also well known for its PC cases. The company has a large variety to choose from, and its latest release comes in the form of a successor to the O11D EVO, the Lian Li O11D EVO XL.
The latest case brings a number of improvements over its predecessor, and Lian Li has introduced the O11D EVO XL in both white and black colors, with the former costing a bit more than the standard black option.
The premium chassis ensures PC users receive unmatched cooling performance. Lian Li has included a motherboard tray, which is easily removable and can be height adjusted for ideal fan or radiator clearance.
The case includes three brackets on the front, bottom, and side. All of them can support 3x 140mm fans/ 420mm radiators at the same time. This ensures users receive the unparalleled cooling performance that they expect from Lian Li products.
A common theme with the Lian Li O11D EVO XL is the ease of access and customization. This theme ties into the radiator brackets, which can be removed easily for easier installation.
The front pillar on the case is designed to ensure it does not get in the way of the PC, allowing the entire PC to shine in all its glory once it is removed, along with the sidebands on the front and side glass panels.
Lian Li has included an upright GPU mounting kit with the case, which now supports larger graphics cards. This change ensures the most capable graphics cards of the modern era can easily fit in the O11D EVO XL.
The case comes with two hot-swap storage drive cages, which can support 3.5″ HDDs or 2.5″ SSDs. Both drive cages can also be equipped with 120mm fans that are 15mm thick to keep the storage drives cool at all times.
In terms of cable management, the cable cover bar is provided on the hinges for immediate access. Lian Li provides three dual-layer cable clips that can be placed at any point along vertical grommets pass through.
Such features ensure the Lian Li O11D EVO XL is well worth the $234.99 starting price. The white model costs $10 extra, leading to a $244.99 price. Lian Li has already made the case available for pre-orders, and more information can be found on the official website.
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