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Lian Li PC-O11DX Dynamic Midi Tower with Two-Chamber Design Reviewed

In Zusammenarbeit mit Profi-Übertakter Roman "der8auer" Hartung!

In this review we take a closer look at the Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic. It was developed in cooperation with the German overclocking expert Roman “der8auer” Hartung and is fundamentally different from the normal PC-O11 of Lian Li. Due to the influence of Roman Hartung, Lian Li made decisive changes to the case and adapted it to the professional’s ideas. The result is an ingenious midi tower with a two-chamber design that is particularly suitable for PC enthusiasts and friends of custom water cooling.

The attractive price point of the case, which is here at € 129.90 and thus 100 € cheaper than the “Standard” PC-O11. What the Dynamic variant really has to offer, what differences there are to the normal case and how the Midi Tower performs in system construction, we will show you in this test.

Packaging & Scope of Delivery

Lian Li packs the PC-O11 Dynamic in a brown cardboard box that shows a normal picture of the case on the front and a representation of the rough parts on the back. Of course, the “der8auer” logo is also present here and directly indicates the influence of the famous German overclocker. Inside the box, the case is held by thick foam and protected by a plastic bag from scratches and fingerprints.

The scope of delivery contains the most necessary materials and includes the manual, a bag with black screws, three Velcro cable ties and a rubber block. What the latter should or can be used for, we couldn’t explain and the manual didn’t give any hints.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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