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Lian Li showing off their new prototype mini-ITX case ‘PC-Q33’ with hinged front panel access

Lian Li is using the good old power of the community forums well-known to have PC enthusiasts and end users to improve on their design of their mini-ITX, but what makes it difference is that their existing prototype is a very good concept indeed.

The company has implemented a hinged design on the front panel, therefore allowing the end user to get far better access to work on their mini-itx builds. The Lian Li rep at XS pointed out that it supports 120mm radiators, standard sized power and a pretty good number of hard drives.

According to the prototype specifications that Lian Li rep posted, its 229mm (Width) x 330mm (Height) x 248mm (Depth) in dimensions weighing at 2.18kgs and allowing 3x 2.5″ HDD or 2x 3.5″ HDD with a maximum length of 220mm for graphic cards and CPU cooler height of 180mm. Lian Li is still looking out for a lot of suggestions before working out on the final product. If you wish to do so, you can over here.

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A fan of computer systems, components, peripherals and phones. Co-incidentally the owner of Hardware BBQ and Dawn of Tech

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