Lian-Li LANCOOL III Tempered Glass E-ATX Mid-Tower Computer Case, Black

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Lian-Li LANCOOL III Tempered Glass E-ATX Mid-Tower Computer Case, Black
Lian-Li LANCOOL III Tempered Glass E-ATX Mid-Tower Computer Case, Black

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Specification: Lian-Li LANCOOL III Tempered Glass E-ATX Mid-Tower Computer Case, Black

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎2

Brand

‎Lian Li

Item model number

‎PC-LAN3X

Item Weight

‎30.8 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎25.5 x 12.5 x 23 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎25.5 x 12.5 x 23 inches

Manufacturer

‎LIAN-LI

Date First Available

‎August 18, 2022

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Lian-Li LANCOOL III Tempered Glass E-ATX Mid-Tower Computer Case, Black

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  1. SkipDaShu

    It’s a big, heavy and EXCELLENT case. The double glass sides is probably the source of the weight. Super cable management options. All sorts of air intake options. I used a Arctic Cooling 360 top mounted (EXH) with a couple extra 120mm mounted above the PSU (bottom rear, IN) and the 3 large, quiet front intakes. I’ve got the rear EXH fan turned down to bare minimum to keep most of the EXH going out the top in a positive pressure setup. The LANCOOL 216 is a better bargain but just doesn’t have all the options the LANCOOL III offers. This one has a X570 mobo, Ryzen 5950 CPU, RTX 3080 vid, Samba 1000w PSU serving as my main Linux Mint desktop and doing BOINC with the vid card and extra threads.

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  2. W. Daigle

    Very customizable. High quality and was able to fit a 420mm AIO in it. Love this case. Fairly quiet.

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  3. Bob

    Pros:
    nice wiring channels.
    well built
    quality materials
    thoughtful design
    nice airflow
    Cons:
    heavy as can be
    Larger than needs to be
    wiring and space in the bottom for drives with a larger Power supply is not designed properly.

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  4. J Jacobson

    The case arrived with the bottom hinge on the main door bent slightly, so that the door left a gap on the lower front when closed and hung below the enclosure when open. I contacted Lian Li asking for a replacement hinge because it wouldn’t interfere with building my PC, and because it seemed silly to replace a 30 lbs case over a less-than-an-ounce hinge.

    To give Lian Li their due, they responded within 30 minutes, way faster than expected. However, they wanted to me ship the case to them for inspection first. To quote a meme, “Ain’t nobody got time for that”. Especially when it would be faster to just buy a better case. So now I’ve returned this case for a refund and have a Phanteks G500A arriving in 6 days. Not only did it save me time, but also around $45.

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  5. sgilmore62

    Great air flow

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  6. Abdo Abdrabbo

    Very spacious with excellent cable management, it includes 3 x 240mm fans. The top mount is detachable, allowing you to install the AIO on it before reattaching it to the case.

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  7. Julie Papetti

    I’ve been building my own PC’s for over 10 years now. This was by far the easiest and most fun I’ve had with a case. They’ve earned a repeat customer in me.

    Pros:
    -Plenty of clearance inside for my air-cooler (which is good because I forgot to check measurements in advance, dodged a bullet there!)
    -Really happy with the cable management
    -Lots of modularity. All doors and HDD racks very easy to remove
    -Instructions were actually clear and helpful!
    -Extra parts/screws came inside a modular subdivided plastic box for organization (with extra dividers too!), as opposed to just in a plastic bag like other brands I’ve used
    -Magnetized side panels are much friendlier to use than thumb screws
    -4 fans stock
    -Tall feet, sits very high off the ground
    -Single plug for all the front buttons, no fiddling with single-socket wires for the power +/- led, etc. Just plug one thing in and done (WHY DOESN’T EVERYONE DO THIS!?)

    Cons:
    -Due to the proximity to the cable management bracket, an L-shaped SATA connector would be difficult to plug into the bottom SATA socket on the mobo (I just used a straight one instead so no big problem).
    -The magnetized door release latches work great right now, but not sure how well they’ll hold up after years and years of opening & closing

    TL/DR:
    10/10 would buy again

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  8. Tony

    I rebuilt a system using this case and it was very nice to work with. Overall I am very happy with the case. I was able to fit an AIO cooler and a bunch of fans easily. There was plenty of room to work with.

    A couple minor issues I ran across:
    Some of the cable runs were tight – I have three old style HDDs and getting both disk cages to fit with the power cables was a challenge. I really like how easy the case is to open up – no tools to swing open the side or front panels.

    Sometimes I get a vibration/buzzing noise from the front panel. I have to move the case or stick something under the front panel to stop it. This does not occur all the time, but does bother me when it does happen.

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