Lian Li has a new case coming to market soon, and it's one that can even fit a watercooling radiator on the side. The PC-10N case is an aluminum mid-tower that can fit a 240mm radiator on a hinged bracket. The bracket is located directly across from where the CPU is located, and it can easily be swung open to allow access to the motherboard. Lian Li has decided to forgo a traditional motherboard tray, as it instead uses a series of rails to help improve airflow and keep components cool. It also lowers the weight of the case too, which is always good to see when some fully loaded cases provide a nice workout just moving them around. Three fans are included inside the PC-10N, with two 120mm fans in front featuring air filters to keep out dust, and a 120mm fan in the rear. Another 120mm fan can be installed in the top of the case for even more airflow.
Three 5.25" bays provide room for any optical drives, while six 3.5" and one 2.5" bay inside provide plenty of storage room. Another 2.5" drive can be installed, just it won't be in one of the two HDD trays. The top HDD tray can be removed to improve airflow and allow for long video cards, with ones up to 16.9" possible. With the tray and the limit is a hair under 12", while CPU coolers are supported up to 155mm in height. The front panel I/O is located on the right side and features two USB 3.0 ports and audio in/out.
The Lian Li PC-10N will be available in October for $129.99, and comes in silver or black.
Source: Press Release