Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic review

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The top panel can be removed easily with two screws (rear). You can then pull the cover towards you where you'll stumble into an up-to 360mm rad or fans mount, on top a magnetic dust cover. You can fit a 360 mm radiator or three 120 (or two 140mm) fans. Whatever you deem is right my man.

  

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If we peek at the backside we notice how wide the chassis actually is, this is due to the dual-compartment design, dimensions are W272 x H466 x D445 mm. You'll notice that the chassis has a full eight expansion slots located at the bottom and placed horizontally, we'll show that more in-depth on the next pages. It is one of the primary features of this chassis, as could also be positioning your graphics card horizontally and thus get the full vision of the front-side of it. That requires optional purchases though like a riser cable. All standard ATX motherboard board types obviously fit fine as well as Extended ATX but not XL-ATX form factor motherboards. The chassis weighs in at almost 10kg.


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Front panel IO - As you'll notice, all upwards below is a power button, the I/O also shows a USB 3.1 Type C connector, two USB 3.0 ports, and audio connectors. The solid bit on the front bezel is made out of aluminum (brushed).


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All the way at the bottom we see that we place the chassis on a feet rest, the chassis rests each with two rubber inserts to prevent it from resonating. The chassis is as you can understand not the lightest once installed, but empty it weighs in at roughly 10Kg.

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