Lian Li has introduced several accessories for its cases, full details can be found on the company's website.
First up, we have the W-X2000, which is a side panel for the Full Tower TYR X2000 Chassis with two transparent windows to allow your friends and family a clear view of your computer’s internal components.
The next accessory is the PT-FN02. This component is a Fan speed controller which is powered by a 12V Molex connector. The controller has 3 settings, (L) low, (M) Medium, and (H) for high. There are three fan connectors on the device which connect directly to your system case fans.
Next up, we have the PT-CL01 which is a cable management device. This uniquely shaped device is ideal for placing random cable clutter within a case directly into the clasps. The design is perfect for securing any size cable inside a case and secures them as you need. With good cable management you can alleviate heat issues and extend the life of your components considerably.
Following that we have the HD-321, and HD-322. These innovatively designed brackets make an ordinary 3.5”HDD bay into a double 2.5”HDD bay. For those customers who have need of more space inside their case, simply upgrade to 2.5”HDD’s and with this aluminum bracket holding 2 HDD’s, you can double the number of hard drives your case can support. Please note – the HD-322 fits in Lian Li’s patented tool-less HDD cage system only, whereas the HD-321 can fit in almost any chassis with a 3.5”HDD bay open.
Innovating further, Lian Li has designed the HD-520, which,. The HD-520 fits into almost any chassis with a free ODD 5.25” bay.
Lastly there are two different HDD cage accessories available; one for external application – EX-332 A(Silver) / B (Black)) and one for internal application – EX-332N A(Silver) / B (Black). The HDD cage extensions support 4x 3.5”HDD’s and have 1x120mm fan@1000RPM to keep the HDD’s adequately cooled. All HDD’s are mounted with Lian Li’s patented anti-vibration kits.
Pictured below is the Lian Li HD-322, this product is designed to fit SSDs or other 2.5" storage devices into a 3.5" HDD bay: