It’s been a long time ago since we built our own PC. And when we say “long time ago” we’re talking about Pentium-with-division-bugs time. However, for the people who like their hardware to be exactly and only as they themselves have specified, AnandTech reports on a new case from Lian-Li, the PC-O11WGX case.
It’s not a small case; besides the usual suspects it can house up to nine HDDs/SSDs and with its size, it’s prepared for watercooling. But most interesting to us, is the fact that it has a USB-C header on its front panel.
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