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Lian Li PC-Q17 Mini-ITX Case Review

Rating: 8.5.

Mini-ITX as a form-factor is definitely a fast-growing trend. Technology has advanced to the point where you can build a system as a powerful as a regular mid-tower desktop, but in a case with a tiny footprint. The Lian Li PC-Q17 caters to that market – those looking for a premium-grade experience without the clutter and hassle of an ATX case.

Designed in collaboration with ASUS Republic of Gamers, and priced at a shade over £160, the Lian Li PC-Q17 is certainly a good-looking Mini-ITX case. Made entirely from aluminium, with a tempered glass side panel to boot, it is definitely targeting those looking for a classy yet functional ITX chassis. We walk you through its features, build quality and ease-of-use before giving our final verdict.



  • Model: PC-Q17 WX
  • Case Type: Mini Tower Chassis
  • Dimensions: (W) 201mm x (H) 276mm x (D) 407mm
  • Colour: Black
  • Front bezel Material: Aluminum
  • Side Panel: Aluminum
  • Body Material: Aluminum
  • Net Weight: 2.7kg
  • 5.25″ drive bay (External): 1 Slim ODD (Slot-In) or 3.5″ HDD x1 or 2.5″ HDD x1
  • 3.5″ drive bay (External): None
  • HDD bay: 3.5″ HDD x3, 2.5″ HDD x5
  • Expansion Slot: 2
  • MB Type: Mini-ITX
  • System Fan: (Rear) – 80mm x2(Optional), System Fan(Top) – 140mm x1, 120mm x1(Optional), System Fan(Base) – 120mm x2(Optional)
  • I/O Ports: USB 3.0 x 2, HD Audio
  • PSU Type: ATX /SFX
  • Maximum Compatibility: VGA Card length: 270mm, CPU cooler height: 140mm, PSU length: 150mm

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