Conclusion: For the mATX cases, we installed the Gigabyte H55M-UD2H, a Core i5-750 cooled using the Cooler Master Hyper TX3, a Radeon HD 6870, a pair of Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB hard drives and OCZ's ZX 850w power supply. The Lian-Li PC-Q25 was outfitted with the Asrock Z68M-ITX/HT motherboard, a Core i5-2500K with the standard Intel box cooler (again, the power supply made it difficult to use any third-party coolers), as well as a Radeon HD 6870.
Conclusion: To round up the PC-Q25, the case is quiet, stays cool and looks extremely professional and sleek. Building a system in the case was easy; everything went in without an issue apart from the PSU, which is my fault for not checking the length. The only thing that some may miss is the front panel connections like USB and headphones ports. Lian Li didn’t include any on the front to ensure the sleek look of the case; I find it a good trade off.
Pros: Completely Aluminium, Light weight, Excellent quality, Easy to build a system in, Priced fairly, Quiet and cool, Can fit very long graphics cards
Cons: No Black interior, PSU hole is a tight fit and slightly scratched out PSU, You need to watch your PSU length, Lian Li premium price