Lian Li announce their PC-Q37 Mini ITX chassis

Lian Li announce their PC-Q37 Mini ITX chassis

Lian Li announce their PC-Q37 Mini ITX chassis

Lian Li announce their PC-Q37 Mini-ITX chassis

Lian Li has announced their new PC-Q37 Mini-ITX chassis, with tempered glass windows and plenty of space for modern high-end hardware. This chassis uses a dual chambered design that separates storage and power from performance hardware like the motherboard, CPU and GPU. 

This chassis will support 80mm thick dual 120mm radiators on the top of the chassis and support GPUs that are up to 320mm in length. In the secondary chamber of the case, this case supports two 3.5" hard drives and a single 2.5mm drive, though a second 2.5" drive can be mounted in the primary chamber instead of dual 80mm fans.   

Lian Li announce their PC-Q37 Mini ITX chassis

This case does not support standard ATX size power supplies, only supporting smaller SFX PSUs, allowing this chassis to be much smaller than traditional dual chambered cases. 

This case will be 347mm wide, 345mm tall and 346mm deep, making this case fairly cube shaped. The front panel and side panel of this case are made out of tempered glass, giving PC users a clear look at their PCs internal hardware. 


Lian Li announce their PC-Q37 Mini ITX chassis


Right now Lian Li has not released the pricing for their PC-Q37 chassis, but it will become available to order at select retailers soon. 


You can join the discussion on Lian Li's PC-Q37 Mini ITX chassis on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

02-11-2016, 04:29:55

Lol, was writing in spanish.... as I am all ways changing the languages all over....

I was saying that this might interest me as the lian li q10 was great. But I wonder if ita possible for some fans under the gpu as intake.Quote

02-11-2016, 11:05:13

let me guess £300?Quote

02-11-2016, 11:24:26

Very pretty Quote

02-11-2016, 11:52:23

I would guess around the 200€ mark as the small shoe box like the Q10 was 140€......Quote

05-11-2016, 16:18:58

Expensive shoes ... Four out of five voices agree... a couple of extra inches or extra centimeters would have made that a great case.Quote

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