Lian Li introduced the Lancool III case, which can install up to 10 fans

Lian Li introduced a new ATX mid tower case Lancool III. The computer case is designed to build powerful gaming systems and has good ventilation and cooling. The ATX mid tower case is offered in two versions, one with four pre-installed 140mm RGB fans with PWM control, and the other with the same fans, but without lighting.

LIAN LI Lancool III ATX mid tower case

The body dimensions of Lian Li Lancool III are 526 × 238 × 533 mm. It supports Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX, ATX, and E-ATX motherboards, graphics cards up to 420mm long and up to 75mm thick, power supplies up to 220mm long and up to 80mm thick, and CPU coolers up to 185mm high. mm. The front panel of the case is mesh. Both side panels of the novelty are made of tempered glass and are easy to open.

The chassis supports liquid cooling radiators up to 360mm. In total, you can install three 120mm or three 140mm fans in the front, on top, and the separation shroud, as well as one on the rear panel.

As noted above, the Lian Li Lancool III comes with four pre-installed 140mm PWM fans. They operate in the speed range from 200 to 1800 rpm (for the regular version), as well as from 300 to 1650 rpm (for the RGB version). The noise level of the first and second do not exceed 33 dBA.

Inside the ATX mid tower case, there is space for installing up to eight 2.5-inch SSDs or HDDs. In addition, the manufacturer has provided four combined seats for 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch drives.

Lian Li Lancool III price and availability

The Lian Li Lancool III case pre-orders have been started on the store, pricing starts from $149.99 for the PWM fans variant and $159.99 for the model with ARGB fans. The device will be released on July 22, 2022.

Earlier this month, Fractal Design announced the Pop XL Air and Pop XL Silent series best PC case models designed to create powerful gaming computers using E-ATX (up to 280mm), ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards.

Fractal Design Pop XL Air and Pop XL Silent full tower case models are already available on and online stores, with pricing starting from $156.

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