Lian Li is getting a LOT of mileage from its PC-O11 chassis, releasing more than a few iterations to address different use-cases. The latest is the PC-O11 Air, which... yeah, you guessed it, is all about high-airflow.
There's room for three 360mm radiators for some extreme liquid cooling, as well as small radiators, and can fit a massive 12 120mm fans if you prefer pushing air over your components, as well as two 8mm rear exhaust fans. The vented front panel helps with air-flow, and there are magnetic filters on all five air intakes.
A new drive caddy and cable bar help builders maintain a clean and tidy interior, and there's room for two PSUs to boot. The PC-O11 Air can also manage up to six 2.5in drives, and three 3.5in drives, while the angled motherboard tray helps with cable management as well.
There's USB 3.1 on the front panel, as well as SuperSpeed USB 3 ports.
And, of course, there's an RGB-lit version of the case, which comes with two normal 120MM fans, and a three-pack of BORA LITE 120mm fans.
We've no word yet on pricing, but it should be available shortly.