The Lian Li PC C60 arrives in a package with an image of the product on the front, it is very lightweight, hinting at the aluminum case construction. There are also two check boxes for ‘silver’ and ‘black’ colours, although our review box wasn’t marked with a colour as it came direct from the factory.
The bundle is sparse, with a single page installation guide , speaker cable and all the necessary screws to complete a system build.
We were happy to receive a black case, as samples in this colour always look great in photographs. The PC C60 measures (W) 445mm x (H) 182mm x (D) 410mm and weighs only 4.1 KG. It is really very light and easily transportable, thanks to the use of high quality aluminum.
Along the front is an eSATA port, two USB 3.0 ports, headphone and microphone jack, and a recessed reset and power button. Above, there are two 5.25 inch optical drive bays, one of which is covered with a door.
The case has five 140mm fan positions, two of which are populated close to the motherboard area. There are two more on the other side of the case (one is for the power supply). The last position is in the top of the case and it actually rather hard to see as it is concealed behind a flush, matching plate. There are four rubber mounted feet underneath the chassis to hold it steady on a variety of surfaces.
Along the rear are positions for a full sized power supply and the PC C60 is equipped with a total of 7 expansion slots. This ensures maximum compatibility with a wide array of full sized ATX motherboards.