The black Lian Li PC-O11 dynamic midi tower in the Razer Edition combines brushed aluminum with tempered glass elements that are now adorned with a Razer logo. Even the USB ports in the I / O panel are Razer green. But not only that, three LED strips illuminate the front and the bottom. Of course, this lighting can be synchronized via Razers Chroma 3 with other RGB products from Razer. What's left is the ATX's wide two-chamber design, which offers plenty of room for sophisticated gaming components, along with excellent cable management, and allows for the installation of extensive air or custom water cooling.
Features of the Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic Midi-Tower Razer Edition:
- Noble combination of aluminum, tempered glass and steel with Razer logo
- Space for motherboards with E-ATX, ATX or Micro ATX form factor
- Clever two-chamber design
- 6x 2.5 "SSDs & 3x 3.5" HDDs
- Front panel with 2x USB 3.0 Type-A & 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
- Graphics cards up to 42 cm in length
- Three built-in slots for 360 mm radiators
- Up to nine 120mm fans possible
- Space for two power supplies
ATX housing with a noble Razer design: brushed aluminum meets tempered glass
The Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic Midi Tower skilfully combines 8 mm steel with a tinted tempered glass side panel. But Lian Li goes a step further and equips the left-hand chamber of the ATX case with a tempered-glass front, which in this version is decorated with a stylish engraved Razer logo. The right part of the front is made of brushed aluminum and houses the front panel with a USB 3.1 Type C port, two USB 3.0 ports and the two compulsory audio ports. The Lian Li PC-O11 Razer Edition Dynamic Midi-Tower can hold a maximum of one E-ATX motherboard, up to 420mm graphics card, and up to 155mm high CPU cooler in the left-hand chamber.
For the installation of AiO or custom water cooling, the case offers the possibility to accommodate up to three 360 mm radiators simultaneously: one in the lid, one on the bottom and one next to the mainboard. For this, the mainboard tray has been moved to the right in the front area compared to its predecessor. In the right side panel are also ventilation slots to dissipate the heat accordingly.
If you want to install three 360 mm radiators at the same time, you should use narrow units in the top and bottom and a slim radiator next to the mainboard. In general, the installation of three triple radiators is possible, but this requires a bit of attention when choosing components for custom water cooling. The lid also offers the option of installing a 280 mm radiator.
Of course, the radiator slots can also be equipped with fans. There may be up to three 120s on the side behind the front and bottom, and instead of three 120s, there are two 140s on the lid. For a clean cable management several partially rubberized cable glands are present, which are placed, inter alia, on the slope next to the motherboard. At the back of the mainboard tray Lian Li has integrated a cable duct here. The right-hand chamber houses the hardware, which hardly emits heat and does not need to be cooled particularly.
The Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic Midi-Tower Razer Edition stands slightly elevated on rubberized steel feet to allow cool air to enter the case through the dust-filtered bottom. The chimney effect causes the warm air to rise, where it escapes through the lid, which is also provided with a dust filter. Two further dust filters cover the two perforated grids in the right side section. The stylish Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic Midi-Tower Razer Edition is not only a real eye-catcher and can easily accommodate gaming hardware, but is also great for PC enthusiasts who want to cool their hardware with a custom loop.
Space for a second power supply
There is an HDD cage for mounting the data storage, which accommodates two 3.5-inch HDDs or two 2.5-inch SSDs. The two slots are accessible from the back of the case, they are covered by a perforated panel. The HDD cage can be removed to make room for another power supply. Alternatively, it can be moved from the center down and so swap the slot of the power supply.
Two 2.5-inch SSDs or a 3.5-inch drive can be mounted on the back of the motherboard tray. In addition, there are two additional 2.5-inch brackets, which are bolted to the bottom of the right side panel. A total of three 3.5-inch or six 2.5-inch disks can be mounted.
Note: If you want to install your graphics card or even vertical cards in the Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic Midi-Tower Razer Edition, you can purchase the optional expansion kit Lian Li O11D-1 (GELI-809). Only this kit is compatible with the Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic Midi Tower! It includes a correspondingly adapted slot panel and a high-quality riser cable.
- Dimensions: 272 x 446 x 445 mm (W x H x D)
- Material: steel (interior), aluminum (front), tempered glass (front, side)
- Weight: about 10.1 kg
- Color: Black
- Form factor: E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX
Total possible fan:
- 3x 120 mm (floor)
- 3x 120 mm / 2x 140 mm (cover)
- 3x 120 mm (side panel, front)
- Radiator mountings (waiving fan slots):
- 1x max. 360 mm / 280 mm (cover)
- 1x max. 360 mm (floor, waiving SDD brackets)
- 1x max. 360 mm (side panel, next to the mainboard)
- Filter: bottom, lid, side panel
- 3x 3.5-inch drives (internal)
- 6x 2.5-inch drives (internal)
- Power supply: 2x ATX (optional)
- Expansion Slots: 8
I / O panel:
- 1x USB 3.1 Type-C (internal connection)
- 2x USB 3.0 Type-A (internal connection)
- 1x each audio in / out
- On / off switch
- Maximum graphics card length: 420 mm
- Maximum CPU cooler height: 155 mm
- Maximum network part length: 255 mm