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Lian-li PC-T60
8.2 out of 10

Lian-li PC-T60

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Overall 8
8.0

Great Bench

Harold P., Newegg
19 March 2016
  • Summary: Would recommend this product for people who keeps changing their pc parts. Clean looking, compact and great if you go to lan party.
  • Pros: Airflow Accessibility Sturdy
  • Cons: Shipping took longer than usual compared to other new egg prodcuts since it came from the US .
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Overall 6
6.0

Great case, TERRIBLE assembly instructions

terry r., Newegg
18 December 2015
  • Summary: 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...
  • 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 h...
  • 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.The...
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Overall 10
10

Nice Open-Air Bench, Though Bracket Designs Could Be Improved Upon

Sean S., Newegg
8 July 2015
  • Summary: 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.
  • 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 sta...
  • 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 y...
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Overall 10
10

Very unique and a great value!

Stephen C., Newegg
7 May 2015
  • Summary: 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.
  • 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,...
  • 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.
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Overall 10
10

Cool Bench

Stephen D., Newegg
15 January 2015
  • 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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Overall 10
10

great test bench

Marshall M., Newegg
2 October 2014
  • Summary: Watch the assembly on You tube, I did and it was a great help
  • 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
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Overall 10
10

Decent Test Bench

Anonymous, Newegg
30 September 2014
  • Summary: 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.
  • 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...
  • Cons: 1) Not entirely toolless 2) Requires assembly (not really a con but may for some people)
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Overall 8
8.0

Nice Case

George B., Newegg
19 September 2014
  • 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 somet...
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Overall 8
8.0

My second one

Eric T., Newegg
13 July 2014
  • Summary: 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...
  • 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 ...
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Overall 8
8.0

Im Naked!

Matthew B., Newegg
27 June 2014
  • Summary: 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 :)
  • 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 alum...
  • 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 a...
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