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Lian Li introduce new range of all-aluminum PC cases

Lian Li prove that not all PC cases need tempered glass and RGB lighting.

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Shaun Grimley
Published Fri, Sep 15 2017 6:26 AM CDT   |   Updated Sun, Aug 2 2020 12:18 AM CDT

Lian Li aren't new to the PC chassis game, and they know that not every person wants their PC case to feature RGB lighting and tempered glass panels. Lian Li have showed off their new range of all-aluminium PC cases, the PC-Q50, PC-V320, and PC-V720. Lian Li hold a reputation of exception build quality, and this range is no different. Crafted with high-quality materials and offering a spacious solution for high-performance desktop builds or for HTPC use.

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All three models will be available in an elegant bare aluminium or black finish and feature an intake and exhaust fan for excellent performance. Compatible with Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX and ATX motherboards, this range offers PC enthusiasts a chassis that doesn't take their attention away from their PC screen while still offering a luxurious case to complement their desk or home entertainment unit.

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With build functionality in mind, all three models feature a motherboard-centric design principle to allow for efficient space. The front, top, and bottom panels all feature an exorbitant amount of laser cut holes for optimal ventilation. The front panel features USB 3.1 Type-C connector, two USB 3.0 and HD Audio jacks to assist in functionality.

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The Lian Li PC-Q50 will be available in the US in the middle of September, for $149

The Lian Li PC-V320 will be available in the US in the middle of September, for $189

The Lian Li PC-V720 will be available in the US in the middle of September, for $219

Shaun is a long time PC, tech, and gaming enthusiast. With an electrical trade background, Shaun has had experience with some of the latest automation technology and is looking forward to a new challenge. Shaun is excited to bring TweakTown's audience the most extensive and latest news.

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