Lian Li 011 Vision PC Case Review
Peter Donnell / 3 weeks ago
Without a doubt, Lian Li has always been a smash hit with enthusiast PC builders, especially in recent years, with their gamer-friendly 011-Dynamic, offering a unique dual-chamber design, an doubling as an impressive display case for showing off your latest and greatest high-end PC hardware. However, that case has been on the market for quite some time now, and while minor revisions have taken place, it’s time for another twist on that original design with the release of the Lian Li 011 Vision.
This case has been built in partnership with PC Master Race. Which makes sense, given most of the builds on the PCMR subreddit are with, you guessed it, the 011 Dynamic. However, the new Vision takes what we know from the old model and tricks it out with three sides of tempered glass, and a pillarless design for uncompromised views of your hardware. Of course, you still get a dual-chamber design, a fully adjustable interior, plenty of ventilation, excellent cable management, and room for the largest E-ATX motherboards, flagship graphics cards, multiple radiators, and plenty of storage.
LIAN LI O11 VISION Features
- Triple tempered glass panels give a clear view of interior
- Supports up to E-ATX motherboards
- Mount two 360mm and a 240mm radiator simultaneously
- Removable motherboard tray for easy PC building
- 455mm of clearance for large GPUs
- Phenomenal cable management options
What Lian Li Had to Say
“The Lian Li O11 Vision is a case for those who wish to show off their building skills. Not only does the O11 Vision feature 4mm side and front glass panels, made popular by the O11 Series, but it also includes a 3mm top glass panel as well. With these three panels and no support pillars or columns, you’ll have an uninterrupted view of your gaming hardware. This makes it a fantastic PC case for displaying your prized hardware and, with the addition of Lian Li Vertical GPU kits (sold separately), you’ll be able to create your own unique aesthetic.
To hold these glass panels in place, Lian Li has utilised an innovative lock and key system. Each glass panel features a robust key in one of its corners, which can slot into one another, securely holding the panels in place. These key locks rated to support up to 35kg of force, that’s the equivalent of an emperor penguin, meaning the glass panels will stay in place against any bumps or knocks.”