Announced earlier this summer, Lian Li is now launching the O11 Air Mini. This case is an airflow version of the O11 Mini, featuring more meshed panels and a more cubic design to fit larger components, allowing users to build high-end systems in a relatively small enclosure.
The Lian Li O11 Air Mini will be available in black, with a brushed aluminium front panel, and in white, also with a brushed aluminium front panel, but coated in white powder. Additionally, the white version also includes light grey grommets, silver screws, and white dust filters. Both versions come with tempered glass left side panels. Featuring massive mesh intakes on the front, right side and top of the case, the O11 Air Mini packs 2x 140mm PWM fans with a 600-1200RPM range on the front and a 120mm PWM fan with a 600-1500RPM on the rear.
For a case measuring 400x288x384mm (DxWxH), cooling support is quite extensive, allowing users to install up to 2x 140mm fans or 3x 120mm fans on the top, 2x 120mm fans on the side, 2x 140/120mm fans on the bottom, 2x 140/120mm fans on the front and a 120mm on the rear. Radiator support is almost the equivalent, supporting a 280/240mm radiator on the top, a 240mm radiator on the side, a 280/240mm radiator on the bottom and a 280/240mm radiator on the front.
Support for E-ATX motherboards is limited to 280mm width, but users can also mount ATX, M-ATX, and mini-ITX boards. PSUs can be up to 200mm long, GPUs up to 362mm long, and CPU tower coolers up to 170mm tall. Depending on the back panels, this case features 7 or 5 expansion slots. Moreover, there’s space for 6x 2.5-inch drives or 2x 2.5-inch drives and 4x 3.5-inch drives. The front I/O panel includes 2x USB-A 3.0 ports, a USB-C 3.1 and HD-Audio.
Bundled with the case, there’s a vertical GPU back panel accessory with a PCIe riser cable. The Lian Li O11 Air Mini will soon be available for purchase. The black model goes for $109.99 and the white one for $119.99.
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KitGuru says: Are you currently planning to build a compact PC? Do you think the Lian Li O11 Air Mini has what it takes to belong on your shortlist?