Lian Li’s latest case is a 3-sided fishbowl

    Lian Li’s latest case is basically a fishbowl. Over recent years, there’s been a trend in the PC industry to show off more of the internal components of your PC. Given the crazy amount of money often spent on GPUs and copious amounts of RGB on RAM, fans, CPU and more, then it’s not surprising we’re evolving to show more of it.

    The Lian Li O11 Vision is the latest evolution of the O11 series. The O11 Dynamic is one of the most popular PC cases (I used it to build my new PC last year). The design was popular as it offered the flexibility to support multiple configurations while offering magnetically attached front and side glass panels.

    Over time, owners came up with a case mod to remove the support structure where the two glass panels meet, however, this required a lot of work, and many weren’t prepared to do it. Lian Li iterated on this design to make it easier to remove, but they didn’t stop there.

    The O11 Vision further iterates on this by replacing the top panel (previous vents to allow heat to escape), with a third glass panel. The art of the design is just how tight the margin is where the 3 glass pieces intersect, it’s so small it allows one of the best views into the case contents that we’ve ever seen.

    The column-less tempered glass panels offer an unobstructed view of your meticulously curated hardware. These panels seamlessly blend into the frame, creating an illusion of floating components bathed in the glow of your RGB masterpiece. Whether you prefer the sleek elegance of the black iteration or the crisp purity of the white, the O11 Vision is guaranteed to turn heads and spark conversations.

    The O11 Vision is more than just a pretty face. It offers a dual-chamber layout separating the motherboard and PSU compartment from the rest of the case, effectively minimizing noise and optimizing airflow. This not only keeps your build running cool and quiet but also allows for pristine cable management. The dedicated cable management chamber behind the motherboard tray hides away the spaghetti monster, ensuring a sleek and professional look.

    The modular design allows you to adjust and reposition elements like the drive bays and fan brackets to perfectly suit your needs.

    With the top panel now being glass, it’s important to consider airflow, the O11 Vision supports up to two 360mm radiators and one 240mm radiator, ensuring your components stay cool even under the most demanding workloads.

    The Lian Li O11 Vision is more than just a PC case, from its captivating borderless aesthetics to its meticulous attention to detail and unparalleled functionality, the O11 Vision ticks all the boxes for discerning builders.

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    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021

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