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LIAN LI PC-T60B Black Aluminum ATX / Micro-ATX TEST BENCH Computer Case

  • Aluminum ATX / Micro-ATX TEST BENCH
  • 2 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 3 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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What will make your powerful rig stand out immediately? Colorful LED lights? Or bulky water cooling? But when you meet LIAN LI PC-T60 aluminum Test Bench case, you'll absolutely marvel at its unique open architecture with a host of uncompromising functionality, at the very first sight.

The T60 Test Bench mounts standard ATX & Micro-ATX motherboards, 5.25" optical drives, 3.5" and 2.5" hard drives, and a standard ATX PS/2 power supply unit. The open design makes it easy to switch components, mod, and service.

  • newegg Open Architecture The LIAN LI PC-T60 Test Bench case features a completely open design for easy hardware installation and removal, ideal for overclockers and enthusiasts. The open design and aluminum construction also enable effective, reliable cooling even without fans.
  • newegg 5.25" Drive Bays Two standard 5.25" optical drives mount directly above power supply unit.
  • newegg Removable HDD Cage Three HDDs mounts are offered in the removable HDD cage with thumb screws, while the rubber suspension helps prevent vibration for better system reliability and stability.
  • newegg Support 2.5" HDDs Aluminum mount for two 2.5" HDDs directly below the M/B tray allow users to easily install and remove them as desired.
  • newegg Rubber-Padded PSU Space The power supply has rubber pads for both insulation and support, reducing vibrations and also securing the PSU without scratching the painted surface.
  • newegg Trestle for PCI Card Stability A trestle can be easily set up with thumb screws, to give the back-end of the T60 Test Bench case additional stability.

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  • Harold P.
  • 3/19/2016 12:03:57 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat Bench

Pros: Airflow

Cons: Shipping took longer than usual compared to other new egg prodcuts since it came from the US .

Other Thoughts: Would recommend this product for people who keeps changing their pc parts. Clean looking, compact and great if you go to lan party.

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  • terry r.
  • 12/18/2015 11:52:53 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGreat case, TERRIBLE assembly instructions

Pros: Well laid out and seems pretty sturdy after I finally managed to get it put together correctly.All parts of my PC are now easily accessed if I need to replace a part or add upgrades to my build. No problems with airflow or overheating since it has no top or sides to speak of .to trap any excess heat.

Cons: Absolutely horrible labeling of the pieces (it came un-assembled and 100% completely UN labeled either) No easy way to tell whether a given part was the left side/right side or to know whether I was putting them together right side up, inside out, back to front etc.Same goes for the fasteners.There were about a dozen bags of assorted screws, grommets etc that again, had NO labels to help identify them when putting the case together. The 1 page instructions DID give letter classifications to each like a screw, b screw, h bolt etc, which served no purpose as the darn bags of screws had no labels. I had to go by the length and shape of the screw heads to figure it out. And ended up partly assembling the thing 3 times before getting all the parts in the correct orientations. Like i said, no way to tell what side of a piece needed to face upward or downwards, north or south etc.A royal pain in the rear for anyone who does not have a great deal of patience and mechanical dexterity to assemble it with such lousy labeling and horridly brief assembly instructions. This is why I took off 2 stars.It was like putting together a jigsaw puzzle of a blizzard that had only 12 distinct shapes but 1000 pieces in those 12 shapes and in just 1 color, white (or in my case, black)

Other Thoughts: I'm glad i bought it but whoever thought sending a box of flat black panels with zero markings on them to facilitate customer assembly and an armload of bags full of unlabeled fasteners to screw it all together was a good ides, should be shot.Or at the very least demoted to a position more befitting their intelligence, like sweeping floors or cleaning toilets.

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  • Sean S.
  • 7/8/2015 12:28:09 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice Open-Air Bench, Though Bracket Designs Could Be Improved Upon

Pros: -This bench is designed to have a low center of gravity, with the PSU and 3.5" drive bays on the very bottom.

-It has room for two 5.25", three 3.5", and two 2.5" drives.

-Has rubberish washers for mounting the 3.5" drives and rubberish strips for the power supply.

-It has a removable rack to stabilize expansion cards.

-Convenient carrying handle

-Open air setup makes parts easier to clean and they don't gather nearly as much dust as they did when I had an enclosed case.

Cons: -5.25" and 2.5" drive brackets are mounted partially underneath the motherboard (fully underneath for the 2.5" brackets), making installation of the drives of these sorts much more difficult than the 3.5" drives, which have a detachable cage. Also, the 2.5" brackets have no bottom flange, so if you make a mistake and lose your grip on your brand-new SSD, you could very well end up dropping it on the floor.

Other Thoughts: Lian Li supposedly sells additional parts such as a fan setup and a front-panel USB/Audio/eSATA adapter, but I have yet to see these items for sale. However, there are plenty of places where you could, if you got creative, mount chassis fans and so on. It's a good bench for the price and far superior, in my humble opinion, to an enclosed case. Like I said in the cons section, the 2.5" and 5.25" drive brackets could have been better designed, but in my opinion it's a minor inconvenience and doesn't detract from the overall review score.

5 eggs.

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  • Stephen C.
  • 5/7/2015 9:05:27 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVery unique and a great value!

Pros: Once assembled, this case is fairly sturdy and can easily be carried by the handle. The parts are machined well, and it went together square and flush all around! All the parts fit into place effortlessly.

I'm going to be using it as a permanent computer, not a test bench. I just liked the style, but if I were ever to swap out parts the layout is perfect for that.

Cons: The case comes fully disassembled, with somewhere around a hundred screws. Expect to spend well over an hour just putting it together. Not a con if you enjoy that like I do, but if you're doing them for a business or you're not strong with assembly I'd say you're better off getting a standard case.

Other Thoughts: All in all it's definitely a quality product that fits a specific niche, if you like the looks I believe you'll be happy with the product itself. Just be prepared to put the effort into correct assembly.

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  • Stephen D.
  • 1/15/2015 10:54:44 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsCool Bench

Pros: Solid bench that has lots of configuration options to fit your needs

Cons: The instructions were not the best but thats ok,

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  • Marshall M.
  • 10/2/2014 11:51:47 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsgreat test bench

Pros: This is a great test bench, able to test hardware without having to disassemble a computer case. I do a lot of hardware testing, and this bench makes it a lot easier to install and remove hardware on the fly

Cons: The instructions were hard to follow, but take your time, and it will be worth it

Other Thoughts: Watch the assembly on You tube, I did and it was a great help

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  • Anonymous
  • 9/30/2014 11:03:10 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsDecent Test Bench

Pros: 1) 8 PCI-E Slots
2) Support board sizes from Mini-ITX to SSI-CEB
3) Price (got it on sale)
4) Lian Li Customer Support

Was looking for something temporary to test some hardware and ran across this case. Its a decent bench for anyone not sticking with permanent hardware or a quick test station for hardware diagnosis.

Cons: 1) Not entirely toolless
2) Requires assembly (not really a con but may for some people)

Other Thoughts: Newegg sent me an openbox with parts missing. Thankfully I contacted Lian Li during the same day of delivery requesting missing parts. They responded the next Business day to confirm replacements for all missing parts were on the way with tracked shipment. Which arrived a week later and was able to complete assembly.

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  • George B.
  • 9/19/2014 8:48:02 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice Case

Pros: As with all the Lian Li stuff I've seen, this is well built with ok instructions.

Cons: Wiring drives to the motherboard can be a little tricky as they are underneath of the motherboard. Their is no internal anything, of course because it's a bench case, but be aware that all of you wiring will likely hang off one side or the other of the case. Not necessarily a bad thing, but something I didn't really consider when I bought it.

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  • Eric T.
  • 7/13/2014 2:54:53 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsMy second one

Pros: Looks cool.
Easy to change out parts if you upgrade regularly.
Very easy to get dust out.
Sturdy carrying handle.
Very well made, no sharp edges.

Cons: Doesn't include the front panel's USB/Audio/eSATA module
Drive cage doesn't have cooling fan mounts.

Components can be damaged if you have kids or pets.

Newegg shipped it bare! The once-beautiful box is scuffed, has a torn corner, and there's a shipping label on it! D:

It isn't that big guys, it could have fit inside another box! >:c

Other Thoughts: I owned one of these until I started traveling a lot, then went to a traditional case for better stability on the road.

I'm very glad to have one again, just need to find another box...

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4 out of 5 eggsIm Naked!

Pros: If you tend to fiddle with your PC constantly like I do, this is simply the best choice platform. Its Lian Li so you know you're going to get great craftsmanship all around. Most of the Bench can be adjusted via finger screws or a phillips screwdriver. The entire thing is very smooth brushed aluminum and thick enough to withstand plenty of weight.
There is no need for water cooling unless you want to cut down the fan noise due to its open air design. I went with Coolermaster Sickleflow fans and I keep all if them at around 50% via SpeedFan software. Its nearly silent and keeps my AMD 8350 with a custom built heatsink and fan below 30c unless gaming. If PSU noise bothers you, I highly recommend Seasonic brand. They are very reliable and some of the quietest power supplies available.

If want to show off your hardware this Lian Li Test Bench is one great conversation piece. I get so many questions and compliments.

Cons: I gave it 4 eggs for three reasons. First is a slight design flaw in my opinion. Cable Management... well, there really is none. I Dremeled out a 3" by 1" slot near the front of the motherboard tray to run cables. The way this Bench is designed, that custom cutout covered about 50% of my cables and kept the front looking much cleaner. The rest you just have to find a place to tuck them or zip tie them.. BUY LOTS OF ZIP TIES! Secondly there is a 3 bay hard-drive rack with no place to mount a cooler. I ended up simply buying a 92mm Fan (the largest that will fit there) and a little Velcro. Placed the Velcro on the center HD and some on the back of the fan and wahlah! HD Cooling. Lastly, and more of an gripe not a design flaw is accessories. Lian Li make a Motherboard tray duel fan mount and a front IO input cluster that are NOT included. I found only 2 websites that sold them and they are seemingly always out of stock. Newegg doesn't sell them. The front IO is $25 and the fan mount is $30 so if you can find them and you want those items plan on another $50 give or take. I ordered the front IO cluster and it functions very well.

Other Thoughts: Its not perfect but.. the pros heavily out way the cons and with a little moding its exactly what I was looking for in a test bench. Buy lots of duster spray and plenty of zip ties :)

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