Impressive: Lian Li Lancool 216 Case Review, Thermals, Cable Management, & Noise

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The Lian Li Lancool 216 is a highly competitive case at $100, launching today, and replaces the Lancool 215 while offering cheaper access to Lancool III features. Our review of the 216 looks at thermals, noise, noise-normalized thermals, and build quality features (like cable management, the unique rear fan, the custom-molded front fans, and the accessible top panel). The benchmarks have the 216 instantly as a competitive case worth learning about. We also show before-and-after shots for “water cooling mode” and “air cooling mode.”

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00:00 – Lian Li Lancool 216 Case Review
01:40 – Unique Fan Features & 216 vs. 215 vs. III
07:52 – Converting to Air Cooling Mode vs. Water
12:13 – Fit & Finish Issues, Cable Management
14:39 – Warnings on Liquid Coolers & Radiators
17:21 – Thermal Benchmark Setup
17:44 – CPU Thermal Benchmarks on Lancool 216 vs. 215
18:44 – Comparison CPU Thermals vs. Alternatives
19:19 – GPU Thermal Benchmarks on Lancool 216
20:54 – Comparison GPU Thermals vs. Competition
21:24 – 3DMark “Gaming” Thermal Tests
22:02 – Blender CPU & GPU Low Heat Load Tests
22:42 – Standardized Fan Testing
24:17 – Noise Levels
24:53 – Noise Normalized Thermals
25:32 – Conclusion

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Host, Writing, Test Lead: Steve Burke
Testing, Writing: Patrick Lathan
Camera, Video Editing Lead: Andrew Coleman
Video Editing: Mike Gaglione

Liam Lee has a new hundred dollar case It is the land call two on six and we're Reviewing it today super interesting Though on the front because they have These custom molded fans they're not 140 Or 180 or 200 they've gone with 160 mil Fans two of them and they're uniquely Made for this case but also at the back Of the case there is an optional add-on Fan Check that out and tell me that's not an Afterthought so they've got one of these Too we're gonna be benchmarking these Configurations and this case as it Compares to the original 215 which as a Reminder the 215 landed on our best Cases of 2020 list We're gonna have to cut this part so as I was saying the two on Five has 200 Millimeter fans on the front but they Were strapped to a sama case and it was Originally closer to 70 80 bucks 100 These days that's a hundred dollars the 216 that is so the two on six clearly a Replacement for the two on Five but with More custom-made fans they're not even Really losing surface area because the Case comes out to here on this fan so These were partially obstructed let's Get started before that this video is Brought to you by Squarespace we use Squarespace for our own GN store and Juggle complex multi-piece orders all The time with it Squarespace makes it

Fast for us to roll out new products With detailed Pages full of galleries Videos and descriptors it's also useful For your own resume sites for a Photographer or projects portfolios or For starting your new small business Idea there's never been a better time to Try and start your new business than Right now and we can vouch that Squarespace makes it easy visit Gamers Nexus to get 10 Off your first purchase with Squarespace So the basics for the 216 there's three Versions the one we have we specifically Requested the cheapest one they tend to Do better in our value comparisons and That's because it doesn't have RGB so This is a hundred dollar option there is An RGB with black coloring for 110 and There's RGB with white coloring similar To this land cool threes color for 115 Bucks so those are the three options the Land call 216 takes some Design Elements And ideas from the lanco3 But it's way cheaper and it's obviously Not all the way there I mean this case Is very complicated it's got all these Mechanical elements to it we already Talked about in our review where there's Just Springs all over the place uh lots Of doors lots of things going on where You've got all these different panels There's more doors in here and there's These spring attached Drive sled we

Covered all that already so obviously That thing's expensive to make this is Attempting to take bits and pieces of it Though and bring it down we're pretty Excited about it just because again the Two on Five wasn't our best overall so We liked that case now for this thing Other than the front two fans being just Larger a couple other interesting points About them first of all there's no dust Filter on this it's just an ultra fine Mesh and that's the better way to go it Blocks almost all of the Dust uh and It's a lot better for airflow you don't Have to worry about the mesh filter Lining up with a dust filter in a way That it just blocks itself so this is Pretty straightforward it's gonna be Good for airflow and the panel itself Isn't really going to be obstructing Much now with the way these are molded And designed it is pretty interesting Because they've done it so that it Basically fits up against the panel and Provides this flow guide inside of the Fan you can see that circle around the Inner diameter of it similar to a lot of GPU fans where lately is able to block Any meaningful air leakage out the sides Of the fan as it's mounted to the case So that's an upside now the downside is It's custom you're not really going to Be able to find radiators for the most Part that fit these you'd probably have

To replace it with something else and That just kind of sucks because then the Fans are a large part of the case but we Think this is Liam Lee's way of trying To do the larger fan thing that's Becoming popular without increasing the Width of the case too much and without Totally retooling because again The outsides of this case just like the 215 next to me they come in enough that Does make a lot of the 200 mil pointless Because you're just blowing air into a Metal wall and so you're sacrificing all The pressure that you sacrifice on it 200 and you're not gaining all of the Area to push the air through so this is A good balancing point and we expect It's going to do extremely well on our Thermal benchmarks today so for the Front fans they're mounted on Rails and We've got them plugged in right now so I Can't completely pull this out to the Side but if you come in around this Angle you'll see that the two rails here Can be repositioned so you can space These out for 120 140 or obviously these 160 mil fans interestingly these are 160 Mil on this side so the the inner Diameter of the fan so the blades and The actual fan that's 160. the outside's 170 because of that unique shape they Have so they're you're not going to be Able to use those in really anything Else but it's interesting that Liam Lee

Has committed to all of this plastic Molding and special tooling for a Hundred dollar case so we think those Are probably going to show up more in Other cases in the future but you could Swap them out for smaller fans and Readers if you wanted it's not as good As a complete enclosed radiator tray Like you see in a lot of other cases but At least gives you some options so just As a counter example the radiator tray On the land coil 3 is way more advanced It can be fully enclosed you can do fans Inside or outside of it depending on how Much coverage you want to cross the mesh For better intake you know better lower Impedance versus just closer to the Front and then it's also spring loaded So you can easily get it in and out of There and uh just generally a higher Quality radiator tray than what you see On the Lancel 216 but the 216 is way Cheaper so that's kind of the type of Trade-off you get with these now as for The other interesting cooling feature of Things before we get into the rest of The case so that fan I was showing Earlier that is optional it doesn't come With that we just threw a knock to a fan In there as exhaust but this is it's Something that's included with the case It's not you you don't pay for it as an Accessory you pay for it as stock but uh This thing covers all except for one

Slot of i o and so what it does the idea Is that if you have a larger GPU like an Fe or something especially with the fin Orientation horizontally this can help Ease with pulling the air out of the GPU And out of the case problem is a lot of Gpus aren't horizontal exhaust they use Vertical fin Stacks which is fine it Works it depends how the rest of the Card is designed but it works fine but In those cases this isn't going to do a Whole lot except for pull air out from Underneath the GPU which could help Accelerate some intake depending on the Rest of the configuration but this is Something that would work great with Horizontal fin orientation on again an Fe type card except it covers all the i O so if you need any i o below the top Slot which is rare on gpus but still Sometimes a thin then this blocks it and If you do anything with NYX like add-in Cards or sound cards anything like that That might be in these PCI slots you're Not going to be using this thing and That size for 120 mil so to get that in Though requires some motherboard Movement the case is sized so that you Can put the board in either a water Cooling mode or an air cooling mode and Default it ships in what they call water Cooling mode realistically all this Means is that the motherboard moves so Moving the motherboard a few centimeters

Does not instantly change how the case Behaves it's pretty similar it's just That you get some more radiator Clearance at the top in the default Water cooling mode and you can attach This thing in the air cooling mode but It moves the GPU up to the top slot in The expansion slot so that's what that Is I'm going to pass over to Patrick Though to actually talk about how it Works and show what it looks like so Right now I have it set up in water Cooling mode this is the way the case Ships so this is the mode with the Motherboard shifted down two centimeters It was a pretty conventional case layout But it does give some extra room above The motherboard so that you can have a Wider radiators like maybe a 280 Millimeter CLC with a radiator and fan Stacked on top of each other And it won't clip into the motherboard So that radiator compatibility is really The main feature of water cooling mode In order to switch between the two modes It's really just about moving the Motherboard standoffs up or down you do Also have to rotate the rear i o Assembly because You know obviously if the motherboard Moves up or down all these ports move up And down and in order to rotate this you Got to take this fan out of the back but I promise it's it's not that much of an

Issue so I'm going to go ahead and do That now and then we can talk about air Cooling mode so you're going to want to Switch modes before you actually build The system If you want to switch modes after you've Installed everything in here it does Involve taking the motherboard out and Taking the motherboard out involves Disconnecting everything so this is Something you want to make your mind up About before you put all your parts in Foreign Because I've shifted the standoffs up I'm actually going to Take out this top pcie slot cover And that has some issues of its own and I'll talk about that in a moment So now we have the case in air cooling Mode uh I know it might seem like that took a While but I've worked on the we only Odyssey X and I promise it's nothing Compared to that Um but what does that actually do uh we We have the motherboard shifted up so Um obviously that gives us a little bit More room down here you could probably Fit some 140s down here even with the Motherboard shifted down but this really Gives you more room to work with if you Wanted to mount some fans on top of the Shroud Um it also obviously moves the GPU up

Which means that now the GPU is in the Top slot here which means That we can clip this rear fan on and The very top row of i o on the GPU you Know typical GPU typical motherboard is Going to be right above the level of This fan so now we have the ability to Put this fan on here the most obvious Drawback of switching into air cooling Mode is that this Top pcie slot is unusable Most motherboards have the primary GPU Slot in The second a standard ATX board has Seven expansion slots and the gpus Usually in the second one from the top If you have like an x299 dark for Example or if you have maybe a a small Form factor board where the GPU slot is In the very top slot then you're not Going to be able to use air cooling mode Shifting the board up is going to Eliminate that top slot and you're not Going to be able to use it if you're Worried about compatibility with air Cooling mode the easiest way to check is Just if your primary pcie slot the one You want to use for your GPU lines up With the center row of screw holes on Your board or the bottom row if it's Micro ATX That's going to get cut off in air Cooling mode If your GPU sits below that center row

Of screw holes then you're good it won't Be cut off Liam Lee's done transforming Cases before they've tried it on the Small form factor o11s we liked those They've tried it on the Odyssey X we did Not like that and they've done it here Where we just have to ask why it wasn't The case a couple centimeters taller Either way that does it for this section And uh let's head back to Steve to Finish out the build back to me for the Rest of the case so the top panel on our Review sample sag down actually as one Of the only fit and finish issues that We saw and it was sagging by about half A centimeter at its worst point at the Back you can really see it with the Ruler on it not a big deal but the mesh Reduces the structural Integrity clearly And this wasn't a problem on the land Coil 3 because that panel was attached With one thumb screw in the center Rather than just two at the corners Doesn't cause any harm it is visible Though and we checked and it's Definitely not intentional as for other External elements of the case Lee only Includes a warning in the manual to not Remove the side panel mesh without Removing the glass panel first because It rests on top of the mesh we gave it a Try it's pretty hard to do it Incorrectly you'd have to be extremely Determined to damage the case so it kind

Of falls under that category of if it Feels like you're gonna break it you Should stop internally the motherboard Trace is flash with the cable grommet Bar you saw some of this when Patrick Was doing his demonstration and it Allows wider than ATX motherboards to Overhang but there aren't additional Standoffs for them obviously the bar can Be flipped to move the grommets toward The front of the case for a maximum Motherboard width of 280 millimeters Although wider boards could be installed By overlapping the grommets as well for Kill management it's good although That's been the rule rather than the Exception these days for the past couple Years now with case reviews the hard Drive cage can be shifted forward Without removing any screws for extra Cable management room and one or both of The mounts can be removed entirely Velcro straps also surround the Motherboard tray and Lee and Lee has Also included some rigid plastic clips That are even easier to work with Leon Lee suggests using the two straps above The PSU to hold cable slack rather than Stuffing all of it under the power Supply shroud and that should work well But only if that area isn't being used For SATA cables the steel side panel Isn't held in place with any screws so Tidy cable management is important for

This one but we had no problems keeping It fastened front i o is the usual on One hand Leanne Lee has provided two Type a USB ports and a type c but on the Other it's sticking with a combined Audio jack the entire i o module can be Shifted to a second location on the side Of the front panel and on the RGB skus Which we don't have the secondary Location can also be used to install a Control module with buttons for changing Lighting patterns on the fan hubs and The rims separately as well as two Additional type A ports time to get into Thermals now so this is another case Where like the land called two on Five Or the fractal torrent The front's not Really suited to radiators the whole Point of the case is you get these Interesting statement fans at the front That are also pretty functional Especially for just simple air cooling You can still do water cooling in these Cases clearly but you need to take more Care with it so with these with 200 mL Technically there's some 200 millimeter Radiators on the market they work okay But 200 millimeter fans just don't Really General really have enough static Pressure to perform excellently with all That impedance of a radiator can work But not always for 180s you can Definitely get a high performer with a 180mm radiator but that's a really rare

Radiator size we have one in our own Torrent water cooling build in this case Your options are pretty limited because Of the case fans and so what's going to Happen is if you do want to put a Radiator in the front what we need you To be aware of is that uh I mean you Basically should take the fans out and Replace them which sucks because that's A lot of the cost of the case but if You're going to go that route then uh There is a blocking plate like a seal That's included with the 216 that you Can include in this front panel to help Prevent air recirculation because you're Going to have now gaps where these fans Used to be so really good attention to Detail from Leon Lee because they're Giving you that option where swapping The fans out you create this big hole in The case suddenly air can get out and Recirculate in it's not going to perform That well that's where the seal plate Comes in as far as clcs go or closed Loop coolers aios a lot of people call Them you really don't want to mount it In the bottom so there are bottom mounts For fans you can see them in here and it Is tempting to maybe put a radiator down There now a radiator and open loop That's going to be okay as long as the Pumps sort of uh surrounded by water Otherwise but a radiator in the bottom Of the case if the pump is above it and

There's no other water above that like a Reservoir you're basically guaranteed to Kill the pump normally within a year or So so tubes at the top not great for it But not guaranteed death of the pump Radiator at the bottom and pump above Everything else basically guaranteed Death of the pump so just don't don't Configure it that way and when using the Bottom anyway like in an open loop You're going to be limited on access to The motherboard of course if you go with An ATX board The height of the radiator plus the fan Is going to be a problem for a lot of Builds so you'll have to size that out Check the dimensions microatx is going To be easier and as for if you want to Do a radiator like in the front or the Top or something a recommendation go With the top mount it is available and If you need the extra space you can move The motherboard okay enough of all that Let's get into the actual benchmarking Now and see how this thing performs so For most of our tasks we kept the case In its water cooling mode as they call It because that's the way it ships by Default and it's also more widely Compatible it's therefore fair to treat It as the performance Baseline we also Ran two extra tests on an air cooling Mode and one air cooling mode with an Additional 120 mil fan attached to the

Rear expansion slot bracket we'll start Off with the usual full system torture Test and just some land cool cases first The CPU averaged 40 degrees celsius Above ambience in the 216 which drop Down very slightly to 39 with removal of The front panel this tells us that the Panel isn't inhibiting much airflow as It's impedance only created a one degree Swing switching to air cooling mode by Pushing the motherboard up two Centimeters hurt performance slightly With a new average of 42 degrees that Might seem counter-intuitive but air Cooling mode is about providing a more Fan mounting locations by itself it Shouldn't really change the airflow Pattern if no fans are actually added With the case still in air cooling mode Adding the 120 mil knock to a fan from Our standardized set to the optional Rear bracket didn't change the average Either the fan is entirely focused on GPU exhaust so it makes sense that it Wouldn't strongly affect CPU Temperatures the Liam Lee Lan equal 2 And 5 predecessors scored a respectable 45 degrees average but the 216 is in Another class entirely it's a big Improvement for Leanne Lee here's the Comparative chart the land cool 216 sets A new record on this chart effectively Tied with the all-time great fractal Torrent fan tax is 100 g360a not shown

Here is the most relevant competitor on The market that's because of its 100 Nearly identical MSRP and landley's pass Strategy of targeting phantax p400a with A 2 on five but we'll cover the g360a in More detail in the future fractal Slightly more expensive torrent compact Is similar in spirit and in performance Averaging 41 degrees in this test during The same Baseline torture test the GPU Averaged 55 degrees Celsius above Ambient removing the front panel still Had little effect lowering the average To 54 degrees but only on the edge of Our margin for error Liam Lee used an Extremely open mesh for the front panel With this case and it has slightly Denser hole spacing than the top it Provides Little Resistance to airflow Overall switch into air cooling mode Helped temperature slightly lowering the Average to 52 degrees thanks to the Change in position relative to the case Fans adding the rear fan on top of that Didn't really significantly change the Average the front intake fans force a Strong positive pressure layout so There's really not any rear intake for The rear fan to cut off but it doesn't Help either part of that is because the Fins are oriented top to bottom this is Still true for a large percentage of Video cards so really whether this helps Or not will depend on the GPU that you

Have we don't see the benefit we might See on say an Fe card for a 4090 which Has a specific rear exhaust pattern Actually if you look at our slearn Imaging of the 4090 you can see how it Kicks a ton of air Straight Out The Deco Fins on the back of it in the i o plate And in a straight line that's where we'd Expect to see this rear attached fan Matter more but here it serves no Purpose that'll be true for a lot of Other cards with top to bottom fins as Well or cards that can just eat all the Air they're given anyway from the front Fans and part of that's just because if The rear fan isn't really pulling more Air into that chamber the only way to Benefit from it would be as intake and Then you introduce other variables in The comparative chart the torrent Compact and the land coil 215 average Within one degree of each other at 51 And 52 degrees above ambient Respectively the 216 still has a Respectable place on the charge but it's Not the complete chart topper that c CPU Thermals were using the 52 degree air Cooling mode average instead the 216 Ties the 215 balancing that with Slightly worse CPU thermals it does seem Like air cooling mode is potentially the Ideal configuration for air-cooled Systems shocking average GPU temperature During the fire strike extreme test was

54 degrees over ambient but within Margin of error of the original torture Test results we used the results of this Test as an indicator as to whether or Not GPU exhaust affects CPU thermals in This case it doesn't the 160 mil intake Fans move a ton of air much like the Torrent and there's just not much chance For hot air to linger in this case in The same task the two on Five averaged 51 degrees and the torrent compact Averaged 50 for a near exact repeat of The GPU torture section results with the 216 reconfigured to air cooling mode it Would probably tie these other two cases Based on our previous results the first Of our two blender test passes runs on The CPU so this reduces the therm Thermal load versus the previous ones Its average temperature was 33 degrees Above Ambience here maintaining the 216's position as one of the best CPU Thermal performers the torrent Compact And the lanco two and five are both Warmer at 34 and 38 degrees respectively A big swing for that second one with Only the original compact again Effectively tied with the two and six The second blender test renders on the GPU which averaged 24 degrees above Ambient lower average temperatures in This test means smaller Deltas between Cases so the torrent compact ties the Two and six while the two and five is

Basically also the same but technically Ahead for the standardized fan test we Left the motherboard in its stock water Cooling mode position remember this Doesn't really have that big of an Impact on things we swapped the two 160 Mil intakes for our standard noctua 140s And the 140 exhaust fan we swapped for The standard noctua 120. Leon Lee's Stock fans must be mounted on the Outside of the fan rails on the case but We chose to mount the 140s on the inside Of the rails in order to give them Better access to the full surface area Of the front panel remember that this Test is a viewer request in this Instance it'll likely be worse than the Stock Vans because we're decreasing the Size and the stock fans are really good So that's one of the downsides of doing Standardized fantastic average CPU Temperature climbs to 42 degrees a rare Instance where the standardized fans Perform worse than stock albeit only Slightly that keeps the two and six at The top of the chart next to other cases With extremely open front panel designs Like the H5 flow and the pop air RGB the Difference is that the 216 has the stock Fans to take advantage of that front Panel so does the torrent compact Actually and that one averaged 41 Degrees here average GPU temperature Also climbed this time up to 57 degrees

Pushing the 216's performance from Middle in down to poor in this test the Torrent compact manages a 52 degree Average while the 216 is closer in Performance to ultra budget cases like The p360a and the air 1000 light the Lesson here is to keep the lanco 216's Stock fans installed you paid for them Anyway on to noise the 160 mil stock Intake fans are listed as 1600 RPM which Is actually really fast for their size And fast means loud we do all of our Stock testing that 100 fan speed and at Max Speed we measured the land coil 216 As noise level to be 49.2 DBA that's one Of the loudest readings we've ever seen For a case fittingly right behind the Maxed out Torrance 50.8 reading in order To reduce the noise level to the 36 DBA Threshold that we use for noise Normalized testing where we set all Cases to the same noise level we had to Reduce fan speeds to 37 percent for an Actual speed of 850 for the front fans Anyway there's clearly a point of Diminishing returns with the 216's fan Speeds because that massive reduction Resulted in a barely worse average of 43 Degrees for the CPU temperature that's Our best result so far in this test Beating the torrent compact's 44 degree Average they're basically tied here and The 215 is 47 degree average and that is In spite of both cases being

Exceptionally strong performers in this Category GPU temperature was even less Affected with the new average of 56 Degrees but given that the original GPU Average wasn't great this puts the 216 In the middle of the chart it's tied With the torrent compact but the two and Five pulls ahead with its giant quiet 200 mil fans at 53 degrees wrapping up Then it's a pretty interesting case There's a lot of unique stuff that Lately has done and it's not all Completely pointless the rear exhaust Fan was not useful in our configuration But you're adding a fan to the back of The case there are configurations where It'll help it's going to be specific Though so again horizontal fins on a GPU Very likely it'll help you play around With intake too that would probably Provide more fresh air to the GPU but You're going to affect other currents in The system so it would take some testing And there's a lot of a lot of variables If we wanted to test them all and mostly Revolves around swap in video cards Another feature we liked a lot was the Top Bean removal partially removable so On the fan tax cases they started doing These things where you could take the Entire top panel off which is awesome Because getting your hands in there for An EPS 12 volt connector for the CPU is Way easier when you can do that on this

Case you can't uh get the entire thing Off there's a back strip here that's Riveted in but this is a radiator tray So It's a fan Mount radiator tray on the Top here so you can pull this out it's Got some screws in the front holding it In screws on the top and the corners Over here and it also gives better Access to the EPS 12 volt plus you could Just permanently remove or leave in These cable routing guides up here that Will show in some other footage some of The other cool features include the Screw sorter that they ship with it a Fancy custom intake fans obviously the Tool-less hard drive cage rear fan mount A shroud top fan and radiator mounting And there's also strong price and Feature competition with phantax for Example in terms of competition with a Torrent compact we don't like the way This one looks as much just subjectively Speaking as the torrent compact but the Torrent compact has its own issues kill Management space is not nearly as Available as it is in this case so That's kind of a deal breaker on that Case it is pretty bad in some areas and Then Additionally the price is just way Higher so at 100 bucks the 216 it's a Very competitive case it performed Excellently in some of our thermal tests Not all of them it's not a clean since

We've put the GPU but depending on your Build because of this fans you know it's A little sloppy like just it's just Bolted onto the back but depending your Build it could be very good for the GPU Overall though extremely strong Positioning thermally the different Modes so Water and Air cooling feels a Little silly they're basically trying to Add a gimmick feature hybrid to avoid Changing the case tooling and size so it Revolves around the price that's why That's their they could just choose one But Lanley is trying to basically find a Way to get this fan in there and that Was the way they did it so anyway the Case could obviously just be a little Bit taller and that would be the much Easier solution it wouldn't even be that Much taller but then you've got Potentially new tooling so uh and also Potentially different shipping costs Overall we really like it for 100 bucks RGB more expensive is reasonable as well At 110 115 for the white and RGB you're Not really changing that much in terms Of the value so there's a good showing From Liam Lee so 215 these days 100 Bucks anyway so the two on six we think Should definitely be on your list for Considerations for a case and that's Going to wrap it up for this one thanks For watching as always subscribe for More you can go to to help us out Directly like by grabbing can't pick That one up it's filled with screws one Of our coaster packs like these on the Store they're in stock and shipping now Each one gets four different designs so Every pack includes a ram coaster a GM Logo coaster a really cool motherboard And then we've also got the SSD coasters So subscribe for more we'll see you all Next time

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