Features of the Lian Li O11Dynamic XL (ROG Certified) Midi-Tower: Sophisticated combination of aluminium, tempered glass and steel Space for E-ATX-, ATX-, Micro-ATX- or Mini-ITX-form factor motherboards 6x 2.5" SSDs & 4x 3.5" HDDs including HDD Hot Swap function Frontpanel with 4x USB 3.0 Type-A & 1x USB 3.1 Type-C Supports graphics cards up to 44.6 cm length Three built-in slots for 360 mm radiators Up to ten 120mm fans possible E-ATX Case with Premium Design: Brushed Aluminium Meets Tempered Glass The modular Lian Li O11Dynamic XL (ROG Certified) Midi-Tower offers a sturdy steel construction and aluminum exterior panels. The left side panel as well as the front cover are made of tempered glass and allow a view into the inside of the case and the installed hardware. The right part of the front panel houses the I/O panel with one USB 3.1 Type C port, two USB 3.0 ports and two of the now standard audio connectors. Two other USB 3.0 ports are located at the right foot of the front panel. An attractive RGB-LED strip is located between the I/O panel and the tempered glass panel. It extends from top to bottom and its illumination can be controlled via two switches on the panel. Optionally, the RGB-LED strip can also be connected to a conventional 5VDG slot of an appropriately equipped motherboard. Plenty of Space for Gaming Hardware The Lian Li O11Dynamic XL (ROG Certified) Midi-Tower offers plenty of room for powerful gaming hardware. Even Asus’ huge SSI EEB mainboard ROG Dominus Extreme can be installed using an optional Lian Li expansion rail. Graphics cards may be up to 446 millimeters long, CPU coolers may have a height of 167 millimeters. An ATX power supply unit is installed towards the rear bottom left and may be 210 millimetres in length. For the installation of an AiO or custom water cooling, the case offers the possibility of accommodating up to three 360 mm radiators simultaneously: One in the roof, one at the bottom and one next to the motherboard. The right side panel also has ventilation slots to dissipate the heat. If you want to install three 360 mm radiators at the same time, you should use narrow ones in the lid and a slim radiator next to the motherboard. In general, the installation of three triple radiators is possible, but this requires some attention when choosing components for custom water cooling. There is also the option to install a 280 mm radiator in the roof. Excellent Airflow for Next-Level Cooling The radiator slots can, of course, also be fitted with fans. On the side behind the front, on the lid and on the bottom there may be up to three 120s, on the roof and on the bottom there can be two 140s instead of three 120s should you prefer. For clean cable management there are several partly rubberised cable bushings available, which are placed alongside other things on the middle plate next to the motherboard. The right chamber accommodates hardware that emits less or no heat and that does require specialist cooling, such as the power supply unit and the HDD drives. The Lian Li O11Dynamic XL (ROG Certified) Midi-Tower stands slightly elevated on rubberized steel feet to allow cool air to pass through the dust filtered bottom of the case and into the enclosure. The chimney effect causes warm air to rise to the top, where it escapes through the roof, which is also fitted with a dust filter. Two further dust filters cover the two perforated grids in the right side. The elegant Lian Li O11Dynamic XL (ROG Certified) Midi-Tower is not only a real eye-catcher and can easily accommodate gaming hardware, it also happens to be ideal for PC enthusiasts who want to cool their hardware with a custom loop. Drives: Up to 10 Storage Devices can be Mounted in the Case! For mounting the drives, there are two HDD cages in which four 3.5-inch HDDs or four 2.5-inch HDDs/SSDs can be accommodated. The four slots are accessible from the rear of the case and are covered by a perforated panel. Three 2.5-inch drives can also be mounted on the rear of the motherboard tray. In addition, there are three more 2.5-inch slots on a bracket at the front next to the motherboard tray. Instead, the bracket can also be attached to the floor, for example to make room for a radiator or the optional expansion rail next to the board. A total of four 3.5-inch and six 2.5-inch data drives can be mounted.