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Over the last decade I've reviewed countless Lian-Li cases, many full towers including one that fetched upwards of $700, however as of late it's been the company's more affordable mini-towers that have impressed me the most. The Mini Q PC-V354 that we reviewed about a year ago quickly became my favorite microATX computer case. This model was followed up by a Mini-ITX version called the PC-Q08, which essentially provided all the same features while supporting an even smaller form factor. Unfortunately, this also meant that the PC-Q08 inherited all the PC-V354's shortcomings, so Lian-Li went back to the drawing board to refine the product. The fruit of its labor manifested in the PC-Q25, which was announced last August and vowed to be Lian-Li's most advanced Mini-ITX offering. The case has plenty of room for high-end hardware, including full-length graphics cards such as the Radeon HD 6990 or GeForce GTX 590. Besides catering to gamers, the chassis also attempts to woo media buffs with support for five 3.5" hard drives and some impressive cooling options.
|PC-Q25 System Cabinet||$130.99||See it|