Lian Li CES 2017 Roundup

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Lian Li has also been present at CES 2017 and they’ve had a few new products for display. Already a few years ago Lian Li has introduced a desk computer case and now they are ready to launch a model that can house two systems. As always they’ve also shown new high-end PC cases.


First of all we’re going to talk about the gigantic DK-05 standing desk. This model offers enough space to house two systems at once, while even supporting the EATX standard. Therefore it would be possible to put a gaming PC as well as a server right next to each other in the same case. The desk features motorized height adjustment which can be controlled by a panel located on the right side of the desk. Like all other Lian Li products, the DK-05 is made out of brushed aluminum and tempered glass. Regarding cooling, there is space for no less than 12 fans (six intake and six exhaust fans) and large radiators.

In addition Lian Li added a new model to its O-series, which goes by the name PC-O12. This new case comes with an interior design, that is quite a bit different from what we’re used to, since the VGA compartment has been separated from the motherboard in order to improve cooling and internal design. Lian Li has also shown the PC-T70, which the company’s new bench-table. It supports E-ATX motherboards with 330mm long graphics cards CPU coolers can measure up to 180mm. Cooling wise, there is space for several fans and a 240mm radiator.

Last but not least Lian Li also revealed their EX-20C External RAID enclosure offering the following modes: BOD/RAID-0/RAID-1/SPAN(BIG). This small external chassis measures 80x23x145mm and there is space for up to two-SSD/HDD with a height of 9.5mm. On the inside you find SATA-III connectors while at the back there is a USB 3.1 Type-C Gen2 port.




Source: Techpowerup

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Paul Görnhardt - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini


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