Lian Li Galahad AIO 240 and 360, black and white
After months announcing that they were working on their own AIO liquid cooling systemFinally, during CES they have shown the first finished products. Will be called Galahad AIO 240/360 depending on the dimensions of the radiator, which as you will assume will have a 240 mm and 360 mm version with two and three fans respectively. Apparently the fans lack RGB lighting, but the CPU block is illuminated, where the water pump is located. However, they include a magnetic lid in case we don't want the brand logo to be seen.
They have not said when they will reach the market, but their recommended sales prices will be 109 euros for the 240 mm model and € 129 for the 360 mm model.
UNI fans, connectable through daisy-chain
Lian Li has always been considered a specialist in refrigeration systems, and another of its great novelties during the fair have been its UNI fans, which have the peculiarity of being able to join each other through a magnetic system to eliminate the need for cables. In other words, they form a daisy-chain and with feeding one of them, the rest will take the food of the first and so on. Of course, they have software control and have configurable RGB lighting with this.
The price of these new Lian Li UNI fans will be 69 euros for a kit of three units, which is reasonable considering the prices of competing manufacturers such as Corsair or Noctua. What they haven't said are their Technical specifications, so here we can read.
LanCool II Mesh, O11D Mini and Odyssey X boxes
You can not miss new designs of boxes in the catalog of presentations of Lian Li, and in this case there are three most prominent models. On the one hand, we have the O11D Mini, a box of cube-shaped mini ITX format that admits radiators of up to 280 mm of which they have not said price, the new LanCool II Mesh with sober and elegant design that will be sold for 89 euros, and the new Odyssey x that they showed in the Computex, with futuristic design and super tower format, with a price not negligible of 399 euros.
Lian Li STRIMER PLUS ATX and PCIe cables with RGB
Finally, Lian Li has also presented its new sleeving cable kits STRIMER PLUS, but in this case only the ATX and PCI-Express cables. It is actually extensions with addressable RGB lighting, that is, it moves as if it were the energy inside it that flows. Each of the cables incorporates 120 LED diodes, and according to the assistants to the fair the movement is very pleasant, clean and fluid.
The lighting of these cables will also be configurable by software, although they have not given more details. Of course, although there is no information on the price they have commented that they will be very expensive, only suitable for lucky pockets (surely around 50 euros per cable).