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 displayed a number of different new chassis at Computex 2013, though there was one particular design that especially caught our attention. The upcoming PC-V360 will make room for a 240 mm water cooling radiator right above the motherboard, where normally the aluminum fin stack for a standard air cooler would find its home. The frame onto which the radiator can get mounted is hinged; thus, the radiator also swings out for easy access and maintenance.
Beyond the innovative solution for mounting a water cooling radiator, the PC-V360 is a fairly non-remarkable enclosure. It houses up to Micro-ATX motherboards, has five 3.5" drive bays, three 2.5" drive bays, and a single 5.25" optical drive bay. Cooling is taken care of by up to three 120 mm fans and one 80 mm fan, on top of which sits the radiator.
There was no word on what the enclosure would cost or when it would be available in retail channels.