Lian-Li today announced the new PC-V33 which available in 3 choices: brushed aluminum in silver or black, or internal black with a tempered glass side door. The PC-V33 does not restrict PSU, GPU or motherboard choice due to size plus power consumption and it’s designed to house full-sized gaming hardware in a compact form-factor. Besides that, the case features a cube styling design that offers a full-size computing and have room for a 240 mm water cooling radiator to be mounted inside.
To open the case, users just require popping out the canopy top that opens the whole cube. When hinged open, the open caseinternals becomes accessible in the same manner as a test bench, allowing builders to install the components. The PC-V33 uses vents and internal compartments to manage heat plus dust inside the case with the additional help from two 120mm fan at the front and 120 mm at the rear.
For storage, the casing uses a new drive cage with the same rubber dampening system found in Taipei 101 to eliminate vibrations, ensuring the drives do not produce any cage. This cage can be half removed or fully removed for better flexibility, and there is horizontal mounting ensures air flow and correct alignment for long life.
Furthermore, the company includes the option to purchase an optional RGB lighting kit complete with LED strips, cord clip, dimmer, and controller. The case can house CPU coolers up to 190mm in height, VGA cards up to 330mm long, PSU length up to 300mm, and any combination of 4 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch drives on the anti-vibration cage.
The PC-V33 will be available in the USA in early September for the price of PC-V33A/B USD 199 (approx. RM 840), PC-V33WX USD 229 (approx. RM 970).