Lian Li and ASUS Release RoG Certified PC-O11WGX Chassis

/ 3 years ago

PC-O11WGX Chassis

Lian Li has partnered up with ASUS to deliver a Republic of Gamers Certified version of their PC-O11WGX case. What makes the PC-011WGX unique is the custom ASUS RoG front panel design and updated front panel IO. Unlike the original PC-O11, the PC-O11WGX has USB 3.1 Type-C so that it can be plugged in directly to the most recent ASUS motherboards which have Type-C headers onboard. Also bundled with the PC-O11WGX is the 011-1 accessory kit with PCIe riser cable. This allows users to show off their video card, and have the underside in full-view through the panels.

High-End Component Support

Lian LI RoG Certified PC-O11WGX Chassis

The PC-011 is spacious and installation is easy with the dual-compartment design. Users can mount up to three 360mm radiators inside and it also has an unencumbered video card space. The storage area is on the back compartment, with room for 4x 3.5″ drives and 5x 2.5″ drives. The power supply area is in the right side compartment, and fits a 430mm long ATX PSU.

Lian LI RoG Certified PC-O11WGX Chassis

Pricing and Availability

All transparent panels at the front and side are tempered glass. This results in a premium look and giving full view to a showcase-ready hardware configuration inside. Obviously, this case does not come cheap, because aluminium and tempered glass case that is pretty and functional costs money. It will be available immediately in North America and other markets for $319 USD.

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