Lian Li PC-Q30

Are you tired of sorting through seemingly endless numbers of cases thinking to yourself, “I want something more than just another box”? If so, enter the Lian Li PC-Q30. With its swept back design, and large forward facing window, it may be just the case you’re looking for to showcase your shiny new hardware.

More information and stock Lian Li photos can be found at their website: http://www.Lian-Li.com/en/dt_portfolio/pc-q30/

Specifications from Lian Li

  • Model: PC-Q30
  • Case Type: Mini Tower Chassis
  • Dimensions (mm): 233x357x300 (WxHxD)
  • Color: Black(Internal Black) or Silver
  • Body Material: Aluminum
  • HDD Bays: 4 * 2.5”
  • Expansion Slots: 2
  • Motherboard Support: Mini-ITX, Mini-DTX
  • System Fan (Rear): 1 * 140mm (included w/3-pin to 4-pin adapter)
  • I/O Ports: 2 * USB3.0, HD Audio Input and Output
  • PSU: SFX
  • Maximum Compatibility:
  • Graphics Card: 200mm
  • PSU: 125mm
  • CPU Cooler: 130mm

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8 thoughts on “Lian Li PC-Q30

  1. Great Review Mos! and the more I look at the Q30, the more it grows on me..lol… Baffled why they didn’t add rubber inserts to the case feet?… huh..

  2. Great review Mos, It looks like a nice little case and that big window looks really great. Agree with Bill on why no rubber inserts were included on the case feet. 
     
    Modding can be fun on this case. 

  3. Thanks guys. Don’t get me wrong, the aluminum feet do look pretty nice, and I think they go well with the design of the case, but aluminum on my desk? No thanks lol

  4. i wish they would have done at least cylinders instead of half spheres. and then added rubber…. i still need to find some feet for mine.. maybe some MNPCTech Micro Feet

  5. you would have to cut it out on the other side and patch the hole, or more than likely put a new plate over the back and cut out the whole thing. The bottom and PSU mount is all one bent piece

    Spoiler

  6. I figured as much.  If I was to build with one of these cases and wanted to move the PSU, I would probably just widen the opening all the way across and fabricate a second plate to cover the entire opening.

  7. That’s pretty much the approach I would likely take. Though in all honesty, I don’t really need a GPU that’s going to be that large anyway. But I do think that if the case gets modded, that will be one of the more common mods.

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