Lian Li has announced a new full tower chassis. Despite being made of aluminium, the PC-V750 Extended ATX still weighs 7.35 kg. The new case is sized 23 x 44 x 58.6 cm (W*H*D). Ten PCI expansion slots are present, in addition to nine 3.5-inch hard disk bays, six of which are hot-swappable. A number of these spots can also be converted to up to six 2.5-inch bays.
To keep the components chilled, Lian Li has added two 120 mm fans to the front panel, two more 120 mm fans in the top panel and a single 120 mm fan on the rear. In an attempt to prevent cable clutter, Lian Li has drilled cable management holes in the motherboard tray. The power supply is positioned in the front of the chassis, underneath the hard disks. This allows the case to be less tall while still being able to accommodate E-ATX motherboards. A special cable is bundled to extend the power cable from the rear of the case to the power supply's new position.
Lian Li's PC-V750 has several dust filters and optical drives can be installed toollessly. The front I/O panel consists of two USB 3.0 connectors, a single USB 2.0 port, an eSATA connector and audio jacks.
The PC-V750 chassis will be released in a silver, black and full black edition, the latter of which has a black finish on the inside as well, in addition to a windowed side panel. While the case should be available shortly, Lian Li has yet to reveal a price.