- Aluminum ATX / Micro-ATX TEST BENCH
- 2 External 5.25" Drive Bays
- 3 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
LIAN LI PC-T60B Test Bench 10/21/2011
This review is from: LIAN LI PC-T60B Black Aluminum ATX / Micro-ATX TEST BENCH Computer Case
Components are well constructed and packaged except as noted below.
The layout allows me to have a fairly static and compact test environment for my occasional build.
I like to test any new MB, CPU & memory combination thoroughly before installing in case. This will let me do that in an organized manner.
As mentioned in another review the screws are intermingled requiring substantial time to identify and separate. Also as previously mentioned the instructions need some work.
The only physical blemish I encountered was that the right side 5.25" drive support brackets extended slightly into the CPU opening in the MB tray, about 1/8th of a inch. Strictly cosmetic but it surprised me, coming from Lian.
Nothing related to the unit itself, but it was shipped in the factory packaging which is fine, but there was no tape to keep the box from accidentally coming open, which mine had. Nothing was lost because there was no small loose parts due to the way it was packaged at the factory. Who's is at fault?
My unit included the rear support bracket and also a buzzer to connect to the MB if you have a need. The description on Lian's web site still shows the bracket as optional and doesn't mention the buzzer but my user manual shows that they are included, so apparently these have been added to the current version of this unit. The front panel wiring harness for USB and audio connections are still optional.
Based on my experience, you will spend a substantial amount of time assembling this unit by the time you segregate the screws, decipher the instructions and install all of the screws, most of which are very small.
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