Cases and Accessories Unveiled by Lian Li at Computex 2024

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅03.06.2024 19:11:07

Case manufacturers Lian Li are once again attending Computex this year and will be showcasing a host of new prototypes at their booth at Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1, 1F, booth I0110. From June 4th to June 7th the company will demonstrate the virtues of three new cases - the LANCOOL 207, LANCOOL 217 and O11 Vision Compact - as well as new accessories including the STRIMER PLUS V3 and UNI FAN SL V3 featuring a wireless controller to eliminate virtually all fan cables. Lian Li and SignalRGB will also be answering questions on their collaboration that looks set to offer a more convenient way to control lighting effects with quick and easy sync of RGB for all components.


Lian Li's Lancool brand have revealed the 207, an case compatible with ATX motherboards but compact enough to be mistaken for an mATX enclosure. To facilitate this Lancool have moved the PSU to the front of the case, lowered the motherboard tray and recessing the cable management chamber. Despite its compact frame, the Lancool 207 supports 360mm radiators in the ceiling, 410mm-long GPUs and 160mm-long PSUs.

As indicated, the GPU can be vertically mounted for display purposes. As a final touch two 30mm-thick 140mm fans with infinity mirror effect are pre-installed in the front while a further two 120mm PWM fans are located in the shrouded PSU zone.


The Lancool 217 is a slightly more conventional ATX-layout chassis with one striking feature - real wood trim around the exterior of the case. Other mod cons include two-layer dust protection intakes, a pair of oversized 170mmx170mmx30mm fans on the front, and a reverse-rotation fan feature allowing the fans to expel air at the push of a button. Three additional fan positions are available in the floor of the case too if you need some extra cooling.

It's also notable that the Lancool 217 supports motherboards with reverse-mounted connectors for cable-free aesthetic. It remains to be seen whether this trend will take off amongst consumer but having as many options as possible gives it the best possible opportunity to do so.

O11 VISION Compact

Joining these Lancool models is this year's inevitable variant of the immensely popular O11 Dynamic case. The Lian Li O11 VISION Compact has the option of perforated or tempered glass top panel, supporting either radiator mounting points in the ceiling or a clean and unobstructed three sides of glass for when showing off your system is an absolute priority.

Should the 3rd glass panel be installed then an AIO can be installed alongside the motherboard to be exhausted through the right side panel and extraneous tube lengths can be hidden in the secondary compartment. GPUs can be mounted horizontally or vertically, and the case also supports motherboards with the back-mounted connector system.

The O11 VISION Compact retains both the height and depth of the original O11 Dynamic, but is wider to accommodate taller and thicker GPUs and better airflow.

Strimer Plus V3 and UNI FAN SL V3 with Wireless Controller

Lian Li's UNI fan system and Strimer RGB cables take another step towards being cable-free with the introduction of a new wireless controller. Starting this year a wireless controller will be implemented for UNI Fans, Strimer cables and AIOs that neatly sidesteps concerns about long-term connector compatibility, with additional RGB products to follow.


Lian Li is set to present a collaboration with SignalRGB, the free app that aims to unify control of RGB devices with different control software, at COMPUTEX 2024. This partnership brings a beta version of L-Connect 3 embedded with SignalRGB, offering a streamlined and convenient control of lighting effects across all components including motherboard, graphics cards, memory, etc.

For more information on the LIAN LI products announced at Computex 2024:​

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