Lian-Li today announced a new case targeted at builders looking for a clean PC build.
The PC-J60 chassis features a smart design that allows builders to hide all the cables, allowing for the more glamorous components to be highlighted. The PSU and drive racks are encased in a large aluminum cover while the various cables can be tucked away in the several cable holes with rubber grommets around the motherboard cut out.
For cooling, the case includes two 120mm intake fans on the front, a large 140mm fan to suck the air downward into the PSU compartment over the drive racks, and provision for up to three 120mm fans or a water cooling radiator on the top panel.
The case can accommodate VGA cards up to 410mm in length on seven expansion slots, six storage drives, CPU coolers up to 160mm tall, and ATX PSUs up to 210mm in length.
Lian Li PC-J60 will be available in both windowless and windowed versions on Newegg starting April 11 for $189 and $210, respectively.