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LIAN LI and DAN Cases Made An ITX Case – Meet the A4-H2O Chassis

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LIAN LI and DAN Cases have designed and created a new chassis – meet the A4-H2O, an 11-liter small form factor mini ITX case. The A4-H2O features a sandwich layout and can support a 240mm-sized AIO liquid CPU cooler; and a graphics card up to 322mm in length. I guess that is why it is called “H2O” for water. The A4-H2O is available in black and silver colors, as well as PCIe 3.0 and PCIe 4.0 versions. Check out more details and where to buy from the news release below.

LIAN LI A4-H2O mini ITX case

LIAN LI A4-H2O ITX Case Launched – A DAN Case Collaboration

LIAN LI Industrial Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of chassis and PC accessories, announces a new small form factor case made in collaboration with DAN Cases, the A4-H2O. The 11-liter compact case can support a 240 AIO and a triple slot GPU up to 322mm long. With a minimalistic design featuring anodized and sandblasted aluminum panels, the A4-H20 is available in black and silver and is available with a PCIe 3.0 or 4.0 riser cable.

Designed by DAN Cases – Produced by LIAN LI

Based on the design of the A4-SFX, the A4-H2O keeps the same clean aesthetic and minimalistic concept but increases GPU size compatibility and AIO water cooling support. At only 11 liters, the A4-H2O truly encompasses the small form factor spirit with a clever new design by Daniel Hasen from DAN Cases, while being produced through the experienced manufacturing hands of LIAN LI.

All-around Removable Aluminum Panels

The steel frame of the A4-H20 is flanked with anodized and sandblasted aluminum panels, perforated at the top and side to provide direct airflow to all hardware. All the aluminum side panels are secured to the case with snap pins, making their removal quick and effortless. When removed, the front panel gives way to a wide opening to simplify the installation of large GPUs. At the bottom, a perforated aluminum panel can be removed to mount the SSD out of the case and provides access to the PSU for easier cable management.

Compact and Powerful

The A4-H2O achieves its small footprint by organizing the hardware layout in a sandwich layout. The Mini-ITX motherboard tray and removable SFX or SFX-L PSU mounting bracket are located on the left side of the case, the right side offers enough room to vertically mount up to a triple slot and 322mm long GPU. At the top, a removable bracket can host up to 55mm thick radiator and fans of a 240 AIO with CPU block up to 55mm in height. A 1x 2.5” SSD mounting area featuring rubber grommets is located at the bottom of the case.

Price and Where to Buy

The Lian Li x Dan Cases A4-H2O ITX chassis is available in black and silver colors, and in PCIe 3.0 and PCIe 4.0 versions. In the US, the PCIe 3.0 version comes with an MSRP of $129.99. Meanwhile, the PCIe 4.0 has an MSRP of $164.99. The global MSRP is $10 cheaper than the US MSRP. For the latest pricing and availability kindly follow the links below.

LIAN LI A4-H2O ITX Case available on Newegg.com here

Lian Li A4-H2O ITX Case Specifications

Dimensions(D)326mm x (W)140mm x (H)244mm
ColorBlack / Silver (Matte Black Interior)
Capacity11L
MotherboardMini-ITX
PSUSFX, SFX-L
MaterialAluminum Exterior SPCC Steel Structure
FanTop: 120mm x2
RadiatorTop: 240mm x1 (Total max. thickness w/ fans: 55mm)
GPU LengthMax 322mm
CPU ClearanceMax 55mm
StorageBottom: 2.5” SSD x1
Expansion Slots3
I/O Ports1x USB 3.0
1x USB 3.1 Type-C
1x Mic
1x HD Audio Power Button
Warranty1 Year
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