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Lian Li’s Double Chamber Case under Test: The O11Dynamic XL ROG Certified

The Lian Li O11Dynamic XL Dual-Chamber-Midi-Tower case is the big brother of the O11D Dynamics and has again been developed in cooperation with overclocking legend der8auer. Even if the comparison is a little bit limp, because it is actually a consequent further development. Especially striking is the much larger space and the RGB lighting integrated in the front.

Technical Details

Dimensions 285 x 513 x 471 mm (w x h x d)
Material Steel, Aluminium, Tempered Glass
Weight approx. 10.1 kg
Color White / Black
Form factor E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
Fan 3x 120 mm / 2x 140 mm (bottom), 3x 120 mm / 2x 140 mm (lid), 3x 120 mm (side panel, front), 1x 120 mm (back)
Radiator mountings 1x max. 360/280 mm (bottom), 1x max. 360 mm / 280 mm (lid), 1x max. 360 mm (side panel, without SDD brackets)
Dust filter Bottom, lid, side
Drive bays 4x 2.5/3.5-inch drives (internal, Hot-Swappable), 6x 2.5-inch drives (internal)
Power supply unit 1x Standard ATX
Extension slots 8 + 2
I/O Panel 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
4x USB 3.0 Type-A
1x per Audio In/Out (3-pin TRS jack)
2x RGB switch
1x power switch
1x Reset switch
Maximum graphics card length 446 mm
Maximum CPU cooler height 167 mm
Maximum power supply length 210 mm
Price Black: € 320.21, White: € 320.21

Packaging and Scope of Delivery

The O11Dynamic XL ROG Certified by Lian Li comes in a sturdy cardboard box with black print. The case is protected against shocks with hard foam.

The mounting accessories are contained in a small cardboard box that is inserted in the drive bays accessible from behind. These include various screws for the installation of SSDs and hard disks, as well as Velcro cable ties for perfect cable management.

Since the Dynamic XL was specially designed for water cooling, no fans are included in the scope of delivery. These would not be used as much as possible, as every custom water cooling system has its own requirements. Magnetic mesh dust filters are attached to the air inlets and outlets on the base, lid and right side.

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