Lian-Li PC-O10 Compartmentalized Tempered Glass Case Now Shipping

By Published November 17, 2016 at 2:09 pm

The prototype of Lian Li’s PC-O10 was covered in our Computex 2016 content, and then seemingly vanished. Until now.

The PC-O10 features a binal design composed of two chambers aimed at isolating heat generating components, comparable in form to other models like the PC-O8 and PC-O9. The PC-O10 exhibits a striking resemblance to the PC-Q37, so much so that the *-O10 appears to be a larger, more rectangular version aimed at accommodating the ATX form factor motherboard. Motherboard support is broad, with Micro-ATX, ATX, and E-ATX all being able to fit in the chassis.


Lian-Li PC-O10 Specs

The body is constructed of anodized aluminum with the front and side panels being tempered glass, measuring in total 242 x 493 x 376mm (WHL). In comparison to the PC-O9, proportions in the rear chamber were cut to give the case a slimmer appearance—this is now easier with the advent of SFX-L PSUs. The main chamber sports a total of seven expansion slots and maintains clearance for CPU coolers up to 130mm tall. Maximum GPU length comes in at 340mm. 

Model PC-O10
Case Type Mid Tower Chassis
Dimensions (W)242mm x(H)493mm x(D)376mm
Color Black
Front Panel Tempered Glass
Side Panel Tempered Glass
Body Material Aluminum
Net Weight 7kg
5.25" drive bay (External) None
3.5" drive bay (External) None
HDD bay 3.5" HDD x4/2.5" HDD x3
Expansion Slot 7
M/B Type E-ATX/ ATX/ Micro-ATX
System Fan (Optional) 120mm fan x2 (Top)/ 80mm fan x2 (Rear)/ 120mm fan x2 (Bottom)
I/O Ports USB3.0 x2/ HD Audio
Maximum Compatibility VGA Card length: 340mm/ PSU length: 290mm/ CPU cooler height:130mm
Space of Radiator 320mm x 90mm x 120mm
PSU Type SFX PSU (Optional)

Water cooling support comes in the form of 240mm radiator mounting at both the top and bottom panels or, alternatively, 2x 120mm fans at both locations. Rear exhaust is handled by 2x 80mm fans. Also included is a removable pump plate which will allow for mounting of a pump and reservoir combination.

4x 3.5” HDD bays and 2x 2.5” bays can be found in the rear chamber. Furthermore, the rear chamber will also serve as the area for all cable management and clutter.



The PC-O10 comes with 2x USB 3.0 ports and HD audio ports clad to the front panel. Additionally, all fan mounts come with removable, washable fan filters. An optional accessory kit will allow users to install dual-slot video cards vertically. The kit would replace the existing expansion slot covers and leverages a riser cable for positioning. This is a feature akin to the Lian Li PC-O7.

The product page contains all specifications, and even temperature testing results of the chassis. As stated above, the case was featured at Computex 2016, which we covered here. It appears to have finally shipped, and currently carries a $249.99 price tag at Newegg.

- Eric Hamilton.

Last modified on November 17, 2016 at 2:09 pm

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