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Lian-Li Prices PC Cases That Look Like Desks
May 28, 2014 - in News
Lian Li has priced its Desk Chassis, which are expensive.
Lian-Li Announces PC-Q01 Mini-ITX Enclosure
May 14, 2014 - in News
Lian-Li has released a new Mini-ITX enclosure, and it is reasonably affordable.
Lian Li Launches PC-A51 Case with Reverse Airflow Design
Feb 17, 2014 - in News
This case is based on feedback provided by the DIY community.
Lian Li Prototypes PC Case That's Doubles as a Desk
Jan 2, 2014 - in News
This case kills two birds with one stone -- building a new PC and hunting for a new desk.
Lian Li Releases the PC-Q33 Mini-ITX Chassis
Jan 1, 2014 - in News
Lian Li has introduced a new chassis in North America.
Your Top Picks: Tom's Hardware Forums' Q4 2013 BestConfigs
Dec 1, 2013 - in Reviews
Have you ever come up with your own idea for a killer rig? Don't forget to tell us about it on the Tom's Hardware forums. The following ten setups were configured by forum members and chosen as winners in the Q4 2013 BestConfigs Poll.
Lian Li PC-Q30 Case Review: A Mini-ITX Chassis With Flair
Nov 18, 2013 - in Reviews
Lian Li's PC-Q30 is not just a PC case, but an enclosure that serves as a showcase for the living room, including a unique shape and a large front window to show off the technology you cram inside. It’s sure to raise eyebrows and start some conversations.
Lian Li Intros Double Wide PC-D600 Aluminum Case
Oct 15, 2013 - in News
Here's a big two-compartment case that hides all the ugly stuff behind the motherboard.
Lian Li Intros PC-10N Mid Tower Chasis in North America
Sep 24, 2013 - in News
This brushed aluminum mid tower chassis simply looks snazzy.
Lian Li Launches the PC-D600 Dual-Compartment Case
Sep 23, 2013 - in News
The Lian Li PC-D600 dual-compartment enclosure features an aluminum construction and should be able to comfortably house just about any conceivable build.
Lian Li Releases New PC-A79 Full Tower PC Case
Aug 28, 2013 - in News
Fashioned out of brushed aluminum, the PC-A79 is due out in September.
Lian-Li Officially Announces PC-V360 Micro-ATX Case
Aug 25, 2013 - in News
Lian-Li has officially announced its PC-V360 enclosure, which can house a 240 mm water cooling radiator right above the motherboard.
System Builder Marathon, Q2 2013: System Value Compared
Jun 25, 2013 - in Reviews
Our top three builders struggled to fit big performance into three tiny ITX-based platforms at three budget levels. Will the more expensive machines once again justify their higher prices through dramatically-improved performance? Read on for more.
Lian-Li Places a 240 mm Radiator on Top of Motherboard
Jun 11, 2013 - in News
Lian-Li has built a case that uses a very creative solution for accommodating a 240 mm radiator without making the enclosure any bigger.
Lian-Li Intros the PC-TU100 Mini-ITX 'Suitcase'
May 31, 2013 - in News
Lian Li has announced a new Mini-ITX enclosure.
Lian Li Shows Off PC-Q13 Curved Chassis
May 14, 2013 - in News
Lian Li has announced its new PC-Q13 chassis with a unique curved design.
Four Sub-$100 Cases For Your 2013 Gaming Build, Reviewed
May 1, 2013 - in Reviews
Last week we previewed the first four mainstream gaming cases in our 11-way sub-$100 round-up. Now we get to build four systems and test them. What other features will we uncover along the way, and how will they affect thermal and acoustic performance?
Lian Li Launching Two New Mini-ITX Cases in May
Apr 19, 2013 - in News
Both cases sport Lian Li's railing mount motherboard tray design.
Take The Train: Lian Li PC-CK101, Built, Tested, And...Driven?
Apr 18, 2013 - in Reviews
Lian Li sent us a locomotive chassis that wraps around a PC; it's time for daddy to turn into a boy again. We'll show you how to get the right parts into this case and how to get it mobile. Then, we'll take it to a train museum full of steam-powered tech.
Lian Li Revealing New Product Line at CeBIT 2013
Mar 2, 2013 - in News
Lian-Li says it's showcasing new products next week at CeBIT 2013.
Lian Li Shows Off the Roomy PC-9N Case
Feb 22, 2013 - in News
Lain-Li has announced a new chassis, the PC-9N. While the PC-9N is a mid-tower chassis, it is absurdly roomy inside and has clearance for the most bizarrely huge components.
A Mini-ITX Case for Enthusiasts, by Enthusiasts, Crowdfunded
Feb 19, 2013 - in News
The NCASE M1 Prototype is a bona-fide enthusiast mini-ITX case. Yes, you read that correctly
Quiet Gaming Cases, Part 3: Lian Li, Nanoxia, And SilverStone
Dec 27, 2012 - in Reviews
Part three of our quest for quiet gaming brings us three final enclosures from Lian Li, Nanoxia, and SilverStone. Have we finally found the perfect product to silence a noisy graphics card? We’ll find out by comparing all nine contenders in today's piece.
Lian Li's D8000 Chassis Detailed, Fits Twenty 3.5-inch Drives
Sep 22, 2012 - in News
This 26-pound behemoth will certainly satisfy all your storage needs, and fortunately it has wheels.
This Lian Li Case Looks and Moves Like a Train: Choo-choo!
Sep 19, 2012 - in News
Do the loco-motion!
Lian Li to Showcase Moving Chassis at Computex 2012
May 30, 2012 - in News
Lian Li will showcase two moving PC cases next week at Computex Taipei 2012.
Lian Li Announces PC-V700, Its Smallest ATX Case
Apr 7, 2012 - in News
Lian Li's PC-V700 chassis offers PC builders a simplistic style and space saving design, without sacrificing standard ATX motherboard support and expandability.
Lian Li's PC-TU200 Mini-ITX Looks Like a Metal Briefcase
Sep 23, 2011 - in News
Lian Li announces the ultra portable PC-TU200 Mini-ITX Chassis for users who require a light, compact and versatile chassis.
System Builder Marathon, June 2011: Value Compared
Jun 23, 2011 - in Reviews
With so little happening in the hardware world since the beginning of this year, our second-quarter System Builder Marathon sees only minor hardware changes. But each builder unquestionably comes closer to dialing in ideal setups at each price point.
System Builder Marathon, June 2011: $2000 Performance PC
Jun 20, 2011 - in Reviews
The launch of Intel's Z68 Express platform affects our build in a way we aren't benchmarking. But can we still put together a better configuration than last quarter's stunner? Will we achieve even better high-end value? The answer is a resounding yes.