Lian Li PC-V3000 Full Tower Aluminium Chassis Now Available

When we originally spotted the Lian Li PC-V3000 at Computex 2017, there wasn't much information available other than what we could glean from the unit on display at the company’s booth in Taipei, but we now have full details about the chassis, including hardware specifications and pricing.

This full-sized brushed aluminum case sports a large tempered glass side panel, eight expansion slots, and support for up to E-ATX motherboards. There are mounting locations for nine 3.5" and eight 2.5" hard drives, graphics cards up to 360mm in length, CPU coolers as tall as 170mm, power supplies up to 300mm long, a total of seven 120/140mm fans, and radiators up to 420mm. The company also includes two supports that help prevent graphics cards from bending.

The chassis features a black anodized finish inside and out. Top panel I/O consists of an HDMI header, USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port, two USB 3.0 ports, and HD audio jacks. The RGB lighting controls are located behind the removable aluminum front panel. This PC-V3000 is fitted with magnetic dust filters on all intake fan mounting locations for easy cleaning and maintenance.  

Be advised that all that aluminum and tempered glass comes at a cost: The PC-V3000 has a $450 MSRP. The chassis will be available mid-September.


Lian Li PC-V3000
Case SizeFull-Tower
Motherboard SupportUp to EATX
Expansions Slots8
Dimensions (WxHxD)245 x 625 x 605mm
Drive Bays9 x 3.5"
8 x 2.5"
Fan SupportTop 3x 120mm
Front 3x 120mm
Rear 1x 140mm
Radiator Support360mm Radiator Front
480mm Radiator Bottom
420mm Radiator Top
140mm Rear
I/OUSB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C x1
USB 3.0 x2
HD Audio
CPU Cooler Max Height 170mm
GPU Max Length360mm
PSU Max Length300mm
Price$450
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  • grimfox
    Has that always been their logo? Not a fan of that.
  • Virtual_Singularity
    Agreed. Apparently LL revealed their logo change on May 24 @ computex. Btw, thanks for the article. Though fwiw, that isn't an aluminum case. The Front & Right Panels are aluminum, the rest is SECC with a tempered glass Left Side Panel.
  • JamesSneed
    250841 said:
    Has that always been their logo? Not a fan of that.


    That's a newer version of there logo. I'm not a fan of any names or logos on my PC cases so its not the logo its that its there at all that bugs me.