Lian Li PC-J60WRX Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

Lian Li PC-J60WRX Review


As you can imagine, we open a fair few boxes here at OC3D and it's not every day that when we open one up that have the contents cause us to sigh "Ooooh yes".  When you cut the tape on a box from Lian Li though you can be pretty much certain that what you find inside will be pure quality and elegance, or at least you hope it will be as you've just forked out £180 for a PC case.  Even Lian Li cases though don't always make us sigh, it takes something special, but this one did make us sigh, and the bit that actually caused the wobbly kneed desire was the recessed front I/O panel set into the otherwise unadulterated solid brushed Aluminium front panel.  Before we get too deep into this though and spoil the detail of the main body of the review, let's take a look at the Technical Specification

Technical Specification

TypeMid Tower Chassis
Dimensions507x210x489mm (HxWxD)
Motherboard SupportATX, MATX
Colour optionsBlack, Black and Red
3.5"5 (Shared with 2.5")
2.5"5 (Shared with 3.5")
Expansion Slots7
Front I/OUSB3.0 x 2HD Audio
Air Cooling

Front:  2x120mm

Rear:   1x18mm (optional)

Base:   1x140

Roof:   3x120mm (optional)

Water Cooling

Front:  1x240mm

Roof:   1x240mm or 260mm

Max CPU cooler Height160mm
Max GPU card Length410mm
Max PSU Length210mm
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Most Recent Comments

07-09-2016, 13:27:58

Mmmmm Lian-Li - WRX - Racing Rig Revival............ coincidence?

This is quite a tasty chassis but I expect nothing less from Lian-Li.Quote

07-09-2016, 14:32:33


To me it looks like Lian Li take on the ideas brought forth by the H440 or Fractal R5. The design aesthetic is very similar to those case and a bit evolved. I do think the fan in the lower chamber mars the lines of the case, and if really ugly.

Still its an interesting case.


07-09-2016, 14:50:48

why would the put the side panel on the outside? It looks very cheapQuote

07-09-2016, 16:55:55

only having the option of an 80mm fan in the back I'd think they would of been better just sealing that dust inlet right off, and the fan in the false floor is a no, other then that I like the looks, and that front I'd never want to plug anything in and ruin the linesQuote

07-09-2016, 17:44:53

I wonder if you could mount an 120mm fan in the back even though there are no real holes for one. It seems like it should be possible, provided the slits have the right spacingQuote

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