Lian-Li Shows Off PC-Q35 Mini-ITX NAS Enclosure

Lian-Li has announced its PC-Q35 chassis. This case is a Mini-ITX intended for folks who want to build their own NAS, as it supports up to five 3.5" drives along with another two 2.5" drives.

The case is made out of brushed aluminum and holds up to Mini-DTX motherboards. Other support includes graphics cards up to 300 mm in length, PSUs up to 200 mm long, and 120 mm radiators.

Front I/O is handled by a pair of USB 3.0 ports and a pair of HD audio jacks, and the front bezel is lockable. The power button resides behind it.

Lian-Li has given the case an MSRP price of £108, which translates to roughly $175.

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  • cdfrantzis
    Hmm. Well I know Lian-Li manufactured the N-CASE M1.... this case isn't suspiciously similar at all...
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  • jtd871
    Hmmmm, the front bezel is lockable - presumably so that nobody can accidentally access the 'power' button. Only, what's to prevent someone from yanking out the plug on the back?! Seems like a feature that could be easily omitted to lower the manufacturing costs...
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  • mochon
    Anonymous said:
    Hmmmm, the front bezel is lockable - presumably so that nobody can accidentally access the 'power' button. Only, what's to prevent someone from yanking out the plug on the back?! Seems like a feature that could be easily omitted to lower the manufacturing costs...



    How many people accidentally yank the power cord out of the back?
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