Dutch tech site Tweakers photographed three new cases from Lian Li at CeBIT.
First up is the PC-Z60, a mid-tower chassis with noise insulated side panels. The front of the case features three 5.25" drive bays, a I/O panel with two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 ports, and three 5.25" bays. Inside are two HDD cages to support a total of six HDDs, the PSU is bottom-mounted and the pictures reveal tool-free installation for the 5.25" bays and the PCI slots. The CPU area has a cut-out for easier HSF swapping and the rear has two pre-drilled holes for watercooling tubes.
The bigger brother of the PC-Z60 is the PC-Z70, this full-tower case has the same number of 5.25" drive bays the PC-Z60 but offers a whopping ten 3.5" bays and 11 PCI expansion slots. This case is made for storage freaks, nine of the 3.5" bays feature backplanes and are hot-swappable, and the HDD cages are cooled by three (80mm?) fans. Additional cooling is provided by two 140mm top fans and one 120mm rear fan.
Last but not least is the PC-P80NXW, a massive case designed for E-ATX and HPTX motherboards. The case is 633mm tall and and the interior is 610mm wide, there's room for up to 11 expansion cards and cooling is provided by three 140mm LED front fans, two 140mm top fans and one 120mm rear exhaust fan. The front of the case features a large Lian Li logo, hidden behind it are four USB 3.0 ports, eSATA and audio connectors When Tweakers polled Lian Li about the price of the PC-P80NXW, the company responded it will be "a big case for a big price".