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Lian Li launches V3000 Plus White Edition Full Tower

Back in late 2022 the Lian Li V3000 Plus full-tower PC case launched in the UK, but only in black. Now a few months later than expected, the white version has arrived. 

Capable of holding EEB motherboards, up to three 480mm radiators, two systems, 16x storage drives, and 16x 120mm fans, the V3000 Plus is capable of holding virtually any PC component. That's not surprising, considering it measures 678.5x279x674mm (DxWxH). It is a big case for a big high-end build.

Featuring a design similar to the original V3000, the Plus version comes with more vented panels for increased airflow. The front panel was also redesigned to include a longer ARGB LED strip at the centre. The inside was modified to fit more storage drives too.

Another interesting thing about this case is the three different modes. The first is the standard mode, which allows you to mount a single system inside. The second mode lets you rotate the motherboard tray 90º left to promote GPU cooling. Rotating the tray moves the rear I/O towards the PSU shroud, but thanks to the pass-through channel on the case, the ports are still accessible from the rear.

The third mode is the one that allows you to mount two systems inside the case, elevating the motherboard tray so that you can build a mini-ITX system on top of the PSU shroud. Despite supporting two complete systems, the chassis still has room for up to 11 120mm fans, 2 480mm radiators (top and front), and up to a 280mm radiator (above the PSU shroud) in this mode. You can also mount two PSUs in this configuration, but you're limited to an ATX and an SFX/SFX-L model. Vertical GPU mounting is also supported.

The Lian Li V3000 Plus is available in the UK, priced at £479.99 for both the black and white models.

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