Published on 1st August 2013 by
Originally Posted by koaschtenhttp://images.bit-tech.net/content_images/2013/08/lian-li-pc-q28-review/pc-q28-16-1280x1024.jpg
Why didn't you properly seat the PSU?
Thankfully it's just a single cross-head screw you have to contend with...
Originally Posted by Combatus
As for screws - it's just one guys - the others hold the mounting pins in place
4th para - Quote:Thankfully it's just a single cross-head screw you have to contend with...
the cooling on offer isn't really up to scratch and you're system will be hotter...
Originally Posted by wafflesomdAs far as cooling design goes that case looks awful. They should have flipped the psu and added air intake on the side panel.
Originally Posted by faugusztinThat case exists. It is called PC-Q08 :
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cases/2010/07/20/lian-li-pc-q08-review/ (not sure why was the side panel turned around in that review)
Originally Posted by fluxtaticIf I were building a low- to medium-end build, why the hell would I splash out on a Lian-Li case?
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