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Lian Li’s Odyssey PC Case Looks Like a Yacht: Poseidon, Look at This

by Lambert Varias
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Lian Li adds to its roster of unorthodox PC cases with the Odyssey, a limited edition yacht-themed aluminum chassis. Anything is indeed possible.

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The Odyssey will come in white or silver. It measures about 29″x 12″x 10″ and has room for a mini-ITX motherboard, two 3.5″ drives, two 2.5″ drives and two 12″ GPUs. As you can see the mobo goes on the top level, the graphics cards go on the second level and the drives are mounted on the bottom level. The case will also come with a waterproof LED kit and a controller that goes into the rear of the case such that its knobs stick out for easy access.

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Here’s Linus Tech Tips previewing the Odyssey at CES 2016:

Lian Li has yet to say how much the Odyssey will cost, just that it will be limited to 500 units and will be available this year.

[via Linus Tech Tips]

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