Lian Li PC-Q08 Mini ITX Case

Internal Design

 

 

Internal Design


With both side panels open, the Lian Li PC-Q08 offers a much easier component installation than its cube based competitors. That said, this isn't surprising when the case itself is one of the largest Mini ITX/DTX chassis' in terms of volume.

Lian Li PC-Q08 Mini ITX Case     Lian Li PC-Q08 Mini ITX Case

Lian Li PC-Q08 Mini ITX Case

Inside you will find the front panel and I/O cables tucked and folded away. The I/O cables are suitably braided, while the Audio and USB cables are covered in thicker shrouding. An adapter is included to convert the external USB cable into an internal USB connector.

A major aspect of the PC-Q08 that I wanted to cover was its level of customisation. Nothing inside the case is welded together; it is entirely modular. For all intents and purposes, if you wished to strip out all fans and drive bays, then by all means do so.

Lian Li PC-Q08 Mini ITX Case     Lian Li PC-Q08 Mini ITX Case

Need to accomodate for a 120mm Radiator or an all in one kit such as the Corsair H50/H70? No problem, just remove the triple slot drive cage and/or the lower dual slot cages with a couple of twists of a screwdriver. Perhaps you have a RAID setup to retain and you want to fit a 12" Radeon HD 5970 graphics card? Lian Li have thought about this too as the lower twin HDD cage can be removed to make way for larger expansion cards.

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In theory, this case is the perfect recipe for success but how well will it really perform when we begin to fill it with components? Let's find out.

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Most Recent Comments

24-08-2010, 08:16:57

tinytomlogan
Lian Li may just have the most capable Mini ITX Case around with the release of the PC-Q08.

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24-08-2010, 08:30:39

alienware
Wow that's absolutely stunning. What a gorgeous wee case. No sacrifice on performance either !

Haha you could tuck that under your arm Quote

24-08-2010, 09:40:32

SiLo
I hope to use one of these in the future for my planned ITX build. ITX and 5970 anyone? XDQuote
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