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Pros: 11 liters in very nice compact package.
Front type C port.
Sandwich style layout helps with temps/performance.
Decent temps on GPU, and CPU with a 240mm AIO/water cooler.
Well ventilated panels that pop out to help with installation.
PCIe 4.0 cable included.
Cons: Designed for water cooling. You may be better off going with a different case, maybe an even smaller case, if you plan to run a less powerful CPU on air depending on cooler.
Must plan the build, and route all cables, especially if using a larger video card.
SFX PSU intakes from the side door just fine, but then has to exhaust heated air out the top radiator. There was room to possibly mount the PSU on the very bottom to intake air from there, and then exhaust out the side, or possibly the front with minor case modification.
Price is high considering the amount of materials, and minimal front I/O.
Overall Review: Excellent case with decent performance considering it's size.
Pros: This itx case is perfect watercooling.
Cons: Nothing cons here.but i wish lian li make a v2 of this dan case that can fit 280mm rad
Overall Review: So far i love this case im currently running 5600x pair with 2080 ti. I also undervolt my cpu so i got low temps. Btw my cpu temp idle 31c and load 44 to 48 my gpu idle 28c and load 41 to 45. Im using alphacool st30rad btw.
Pros: Overall I am very happy with the purchase. The panels are nice and fit together well. This case just barely contains all of the hardware..but it does. The cable management is critical and your AIO has thinner/flexible cables. Some AIO coolers would not suit this case due to the hose size and general flexibility. I tested Corsair and EK AIO models and found the Corsair to be a bit better and more forgiving for this case.
--Temps on my 12600K are better than expected
--GPU bay is HUGE and can accept a very large card
Cons: --AIO cables push badly on the back of the card, even with the extender in place to make it 2-bay only
Overall Review: --Some flexibility in PSU placement would be a nice next revision to this case. I would like to see the bracket changed so you can slide the PSU around a little and find the optimal spot for it. I think there is definitely room for improvement in the PSU area
Pros: Actually arrived
4.0 riser makes it future proof
Cons: The box isn't all that protective, arrived well but for travel, you might want to pack it more
Overall Review: I was a little sketchy since it only had 5 reviews when I bought it, but it did arrive and had no issues. Arrived on ETA and had all that the Shop says It had
Pros: - straight forward build
- great cooling potential
- great buy if you can get your hands on it
Cons: - cables and aio tubing can get caught in top 120 fans
- not very modable
Overall Review: Ive built in cases like the Ncase M1, NR200P, meshlicious, and now this one. this was a bit of a pain only because of the fans touching the fan cables and the type c cable. everything else is great. all the components get great airflow and I don't have to worry about my cat turning off my computer when shes laying on top since the power button is on the side of the case. 10/10. 2 thumbs up. 5 Stars
Pros: ability to remove all the panels was fantastic.
great layout and use of all available space.
support for a dual fan radiator or case fans.
USB C port on the front
Cons: restricted air flow for the PSU. Why even have those holes?
no status light led on the front or side.
mesh holes could be bigger for better air flow through panels
Overall Review: Love this case. A couple of design features that I would love to see changed but overall this is a fantastic case. One of the best sff cases that I've built in. This will become my case of choice moving forward.
Pros: - Very compact
- Excellent cooling and attention to detail for an ITX case
- Simply looks good!
Cons: - Front I/O is on the side
Overall Review: I saw reviews for this case and man is it tiny in person. If you are looking for something compact with good radiator support, big GPU support and in general really good cooling then you won't be disappointed by this case.
It's unbelievable how much attention to detail went into this case. There are standoffs to mount the PCIE riser closer to the side panel for better 2-slot GPU cooling, a cut out at the front of the case to insert huge GPUs, and even grooves for bigger radiator fan screws on the inside.
And of course, I love how it looks on my desk! It's very simple and understated and can compliment any set up.
My only gripe with this case is that the front i/o is on the left side of the case. It can be a bit hard to reach if you have the PC on the left side of your desk.
Pros: PC is tiny! compared to my other SFF cases this one beat them all. Even though it has no window the panels let you see what's inside.
Cons: The QC issues I had are with the riser cable and the side panels. My side panels all sit flush except one. Also the pins that help clip the panel back onto the case broke. I'm hoping this is just a one off thing but I will update my review once I return the case and get a replacement.
for now I will leave it at 2, while the panel doesn't ruin the build, having it break on me that easily raises concerns.
The Riser cable seemed really finicky in my build. z490-i asus and 10850k with a rog strix 3080. I'm not sure if its a issue with how they mounted the riser cable originally but I just didnt want to sit correct.
Overall Review: I definitely recommend this case but I really hope my issues were a one off thing and not many are dealing with this.