Lian Li Launches LANCOOL III PC Chassis

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Lian Li has launched its LANCOOL III PC chassis with many options for liquid or air-cooled setups. Tempered glass-hinged doors are on either side. It is available in black or white versions and with or without ARGB fans. The LANCOOL III can be configured with up to 3x 360 mm radiators (a top, front, and bottom). If needing something larger a 420 mm radiator can be mounted on the top of the case. The front bracket can be adjusted to fit radiators of different thicknesses ranging from 55-75 mm. Depending on the configuration, up to ten fans can be installed.

Mesh panels on either side of the PSU shroud can be removed for cleaning or installing SSDs and HDDs. or the installation of a pump/reservoir combo. Motherboards up to E-ATX (under 280 mm in length) are supported and GPUs up to 435 mm long can be installed. Toolless magnetic doors allow for ease of access for cable management. The front IO panel can also be moved to either the top or bottom of the case and includes color/mode buttons along with an audio port, reset and power buttons, and include a USB 3.0 and USB Type C port.

• Mid-tower modular chassis for all kinds of configurations

• Equipped with 4 × 140 PWM fans (ARGB or non-RGB)

• Featured airflow optimized mesh structure and hinged side panels

• Supports up to 420 radiator or 3 x 360 radiators and a maximum of 10 fans

• Offers 12 storage drives mounting locations

• Upgraded cable management solution for a clean build


The LANCOOL III is now up for pre-order with prices starting at $149.99

Source: Lian Li

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As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my dad, a used Atari 400, around 1982. Eventually it would end up being a lifelong passion of upgrading and modifying equipment that, of course, led into a career in IT support.

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