After what seemed like an endless wait, Lian Li has finally released the O11 Dynamic Miniâ€”the littlest version of its popular O11 Dynamic cases. Since we last saw it at CES 2020, itâ€™s undergone several minor changes, but has hung onto its most important feature: modularity.
As youâ€™ll see in the video above, the Lian Li O11D Mini still sports its set of swappable back plates that lets you choose between three main configurations, each with a different number of PCIe slots available. In 7-slot mode, you can install ATX, micro-ATX, or mini-ITX motherboards, with varying limitations on the clearance for fans and/or radiators mounted to the top and bottom of the case. In 5-slot mode, your options shrink to micro-ATX or mini-ITX, and 3-slot mode restricts you to just mini-ITX but also opens up the most amount of room for water cooling. Want to rock a push-pull config for your radiator up top? Youâ€™ll have plenty of space.