Sunday, September 19th 2021

Lian Li Launches PC-Q58 Stylish and Versatile SFF Case

LIAN LI Industrial Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of chassis and PC accessories, announces a new addition to its small form factor line up with the Q58, a compact case with enormous versatility. Available in black or white, the Q58 features split side panels made of mesh and tempered glass which can be interchanged to the user's look and cooling preference. At only 14.5 liters, the Q58 is compatible with an impressive list of hardware, with support for SFX and ATX power supplies, up to 280 radiators, 320 mm long and triple slot thick graphics cards, and still enough room for 4 SSDs.

The Q58 comes equipped with the necessary mounting brackets for both SFX and ATX power supplies, providing versatile cooling compatibility for powerful components. In both SFX and ATX mode, the Q58 supports Mini-ITX motherboards and large triple-slot GPUs of 320 mm in length. In SFX mode, the Q58 can support up to two 120/140 mm fans or 240/280 radiator at the top and a 120 mm fan at the bottom. In ATX mode, the Q58's cooling compatibility is reduced to one 120/140 fan/radiator at the top and a 120 mm fan at the bottom. All fan power and LED cables can be connected with a 5 V addressable RGB and PWM hub located at the rear of the case.
To alleviate the lack of onboard storage of Mini-ITX motherboards, the Q58 can support up to four SSDs, or three SSDs and one HDD. The first mount is a toolless and hot-swappable SD card style bay at the front of the case. While one SSD can be mounted behind the motherboard tray in SFX PSU mode, and another one at the bottom of the case in place of the 120 mm fan in both SFX and ATX PSU mode, the top of the case fan/radiator bracket can also be fitted with a storage expansion bracket to hold either a 2.5" SSD or a 3.5" HDD.

Stylish Yet Functional
The black Q58 sports a unique look with a dual-tone finish aluminium front panel, while the white version features a minimalist all-white front panel, a white silkscreen on the glass panels, and silver thumb screws to offer a harmonious look. Both the right and left sides of the Q58 are split with a bottom fine mesh panel and dark tinted tempered glass panel (black version only, the tempered glass panel on the white version is clear). All four panels are removable for easy access to the inside of the case and interchangeable to change the look and performance of the case. Users can decide whether they want an all-mesh side for better airflow or all glass to better display the hardware.

Additional Accessories
A dual-LED strip kit, available in black, white, and sold separately as an additional accessory, can be attached to the top and bottom of the right and left side panels to complement the look of the case. In addition, users can decide to change their Q58 tempered glass side panels to mesh with the Q58 Mesh Kit, available in black and white.
Available for pre-order from September 17, 2021, at these prices:
For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on Lian Li Launches PC-Q58 Stylish and Versatile SFF Case

#1
aktpu
I was PUMPED about this case, until I realized that my DTX board won't work. So I'll probably end up buying Alta G1M, when the time comes to upgrade the GPU
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Tardian
I love this case but I would like more 3.5-inch drives. It looks like a NAS is in my future.
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bonehead123
FINALLY, a slight, but distinctive, different take on the s.o.s.s lame lame rectangular boxen... AND it even has USB-C on the front...Y.E.S...... hallelujah !

Too bad I don't do sff, cause if I did, I would prob buy one of these asap, hehehe :)
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Operandi
bonehead123FINALLY, a slight, but distinctive, different take on the s.o.s.s lame lame rectangular boxen... AND it even has USB-C on the front...Y.E.S...... hallelujah !

Too bad I don't do sff, cause if I did, I would prob buy one of these asap, hehehe :)
No shit. I love the way this thing looks but I'm not really into SFF (for my self at least).

Why are the only good looking tasteful cases SFF?, I don't get get it.
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Tardian
OperandiNo shit. I love the way this thing looks but I'm not really into SFF (for my self at least).

Why are the only good looking tasteful cases SFF?, I don't get get it.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Small_Is_Beautiful

My wife does NOT agree!
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