When the Lian Li O11 Dynamic first launched in 2018, we recommended it, but were disappointed by the limited support for air-coolers and lack of fans, but the case otherwise left a great impression. A lot can happen in the span of three years, and AIOs are everywhere nowadays while custom cooling loops are also quite popular for both system integrators and individual DIY builders. The Lian Li O11 Dynamic Evo may clock in at around $40 more than the original, but the long list of improvements it provides is a testament of the overall evolution of the O-Series as a whole over the years.
Lian Li has managed to improve air-cooler compatibility so that fans of large air coolers may also take full advantage of the O11 Dynamic Evo—long story short, the interior has been tweaked and improved upon on every front. The built-in ability to rotate the layout, massive increase and flexibility in potential storage, ARGB lighting control, uniquely cohesive details like the I/O panel that may be re-positioned, and power button that wraps around the corner of the case all shows that the O11 Dynamic Evo truly deserves its name.
All that dedication to engineering essentially leaves nothing to be desired besides some users maybe wanting the chassis to come with active cooling, so you should consider that as part of your BOM for your system. Even so, pricing is perfectly fine. Ultimately, the Lian Li O11 Dynamic Evo is a nearly perfect all-rounder that caters to air, AIO, and custom cooling fans alike.