#CES2019 – If you’re someone who prefers to build their own PC, then one of the things you need to look at is the case that you’ll be using. This is actually important and is more than just about the aesthetics. This is because the size of your case also determines the size of your motherboard, how big and how many GPUs you can use, storage options, cooling, and so on.
Now if you’re looking to build your own PC, then you might be interested to learn that Razer has recently taken the wraps off a trio of new PC cases. One of the cases is the Lian li O11 Dynamic, a case part of the Designed by Razer Case program. This is a mid-tower ATX chassis that will feature Chroma lighting and will feature the Razer logo on the front glass, but other than that it is still the same case the non-Razer version.
In addition to the Lian Li case, Razer has also taken the wraps off two in-house cases with the Razer Tomahawk and the Tomahawk Elite. The former is a mid-tower case that will support ATX motherboards and also features Chroma lighting. The Tomahawk Elite will also support ATX-sized motherboards but will feature wing doors that open from the sides.
This gives users quick and easy access to the components, and there will also be a hydraulic-powered vent at the top that can open itself to help improve cooling during more intensive activities. The Lian Li O11 Dynamic Designed by Razer will be priced at $170 and will be available this quarter, while the company’s own Tomahawk cases will be released in Q2 and Q3 2019 along with their pricings.