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Lian Li Q58X3 TG Mini ITX Chassis with PCI-E 3.0 Cable White/Black $149 + Free Delivery @ PC Case Gear


YES you read it correctly, it's FREE SHIPPING AT PC CASE GEAR (for this item only…sigh)

One of the best reviews by Machine and More: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1vhICwAWok

One of the smallest ITX cases that Lian Li has produced and if you had ever own any Lian Li cases, you know that they have great build quality. It's got a unique flip open side panel design. Aesthetically and performance wise, i would say it would lose to NR200 or the Meshlicious but worth considering if you are a Lian Li die-hard fan.

The Lian Li Q58X3 TG Mini ITX Chassis with PCI-E 3.0 Cable White features 2 x tempered glass and 2 x mesh side panel which are interchangeable, mesh top panel design with a white-coated aluminium front panel, magnetic bottom dust filters, supports mini-ITX motherboards, supports SFX/SFX-L and ATX (max length 160mm) power supplies, radiator support at the top (in SFX PSU mode: up to 280mm, in ATX PSU mode: up to 120mm), bottom (up to 120mm in both modes), tool-less hot-swappable SSD tray, supports a graphics card of up to 320mm in length, and includes a PCI-E 3.0 riser cable.

RRP $199 + Delivery Costs.

Black version here: https://www.pccasegear.com/products/54582/lian-li-q58x3-tg-m...

Mod Update 5/12: White has been discontinued

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  • +6

    Got the black one… It is one of the best cases I've ever built in (and I've built a lot of PC's).

    • +2

      If only ozbargain allowed picture posts :D

    • +1

      I wanted to build in this case but my GPU is apparently too thicc :(

      • +1

        What model is it? The GPU support is one of the best things about this case. Supports triple slot cards up to 310mm. I've got a Colorful Battle AX 3060 Ti in mine and before that had a Strix 2070, which is both a long and a fat boi…

        • +1

          It's an 3080 aorus xtreme 3.5 slot card (70mm)

          • @03corlia: I had a similar problem, that's why I bought the Meshlicious instead.
            My MSI 6900xt gaming z trio is too long for this case but just fits in the Meshlicius.

          • @03corlia: my heart goes out for you. If you want to buy the case, I'll happily trade my RTX3060 dual slot

    • Can you share the pcpartpicker list?

  • This or meshlicious? 🤔

    • +2

      They're both excellent cases, really depends if you want an upright or horizontal build. One other thing that irks me about the Meshlicious is the need for right angled DP/DVI adaptors.

      • Agree

      • Not required for some GPUs. I have the EVGA FTW3 3089ti and normal cables work just fine with the flu in the highest slot.

    • Meshlicious!

      • Meshlicious looks amazing! That's annoying though the only itx z690 ddr4 motherboard at the moment is the gigabyte that seems to have problems :/

        And of course ddr5 is over priced but regardless just impossible to buy.

        • What sort of problems? I just bought tbis motherboard the other day. Haven't had a chance to build with it.

          • +1

            @laudalashun: Look at reddit or reviews on retailers website (e.g. Newregg), by default the board doesn't recognise nvme ssd, you need to flash the latest bios. Then there are issues with graphics card that even without pcie riser cable, you need to force pcie 3x instead of 4. This means even your ssd will be switch to pcie 3 - too bad if you bought a pcie 4 ssd, it will be limited to 3000mb/s. Then there are plenty of issues with memory incompatibility. Lots of people not being able to go over 3200mhz.

            I wanted this board but after looking at all the negative feedback online I don't want to take the risk. It's too difficult most of the time to get a refund.

    • +1

      Meshy for sure

  • looks like an oven

  • Does it support a full sized atx psu like the Corsair rm750x? I think the nr200 psu bracket can be purchased to extend support for full sized psus but not sure about this case.

    • +1

      Watch the review video in the desc

    • +1

      It does, and comes with the bracket to do so, but only supports 120mm AIOs if you do. Strongly recommend using an SFX PSU in this case.

      • Thank you for that

  • Worth double over the nr200 ?

    • +1

      I have both, the lian li is much better built and is a bit smaller, also its aluminium instead of steel. But the NR200 and NR200P is truly excellent for its price (got my NR200P for $89 from centrecom a while ago).

  • +3

    If pccg can offer free shipping for some items, I dont see why they cannot reduce their usual insanely high shipping cost

    • They could start using Amarex

  • +1

    Doesnt fit ASUS ROG Strix cards =(

    Q58 tested compatible list of GPU length 320mm (±3mm):
    ASUS ROG-STRIX-RTX3080-O-10G - X
    MSI GeForce RTX 3080 GAMING X TRIO 10G - ✓
    ZOTAC GAMING GeFroce RTX 3080 Trinity OC - ✓
    Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3080 Vision OC 10G - ✓

    • Was checking some of the videos and reviews and found that you can fit the Strix one in but you need to
      1) Remove the front I/O
      2) Install the Strix
      3) Install back the front I/O
      (just a bit tedious…)

  • I think those with an RTX 3XXX card needs the PCIE 4.0 riser cable version unless they already have one :(

    • I remember they have one version with 4.0 cable

    • RTX and 6000 series radeon cards work fine with PCI-e gen3, and gen3 risers, they just wont work at gen4 speeds (which makes no speed difference for the vast majority of applications). Further, if youre using a 3000 series ryzen chip (or older) or a 10th gen intel chip (or older) you won't have gen4 anyway, so no point paying the extra.

  • I also got this case, just wondering what cable type should I use to connect the SSD hot swap slot power cable to a PSU?

  • is it made in Taiwan

  • Any comparisons to the Lian Li O11 Mini? (It costs more than this model) That's the case I had planned to buy next, didn't know about this model at the time - not building anytime soon but not above buying parts early if they are a good deal.

    • Think this one is a little bit better (volume wise and overall struxture). However, the cable management for this one is a little bit tough

    • +1

      Apples and oranges. O11 mini is basically a mid tower at 44L, but has better part compatibility (GPU, mobo, PSU, radiator) and probably CPU thermals. GPU thermals are actually probably worse on the stock O11 mini vs Q58 - you would need to add bottom intake fans.

      I'm actually upsizing from a SFF case (have gone from ghost s1 —>NR200 —>xproto) to the O11 air mini when it's released just because tinkering and swapping around parts in a small ITX case is getting to be a pain in the arse.

      • Very informative, thanks for the reply!

  • If u guys plan to use ATX PSU, it only fits 120mm AIO or Low Profile cooler. Therefore, ATX PSU means running at stock speed with NHL12S Ghost. SFX is more preferable and im waiting for some deals on SFX

  • black or white? hard to decide, guys?

    • +1

      I personally thought the black looked quite clean myself. I think with all cases it's just a matter of personal preference anyways and maybe even the rest of your setup

      • +1

        Normally I will choose white, but this black do looks amazing.

        • i was really tossing up getting this case before i just decided to settle on the standard o11 mini build just because i was a bit worried about cable management here and the fact that there aren't mesh panels available to swap out just yet.

          that said i think it's a really good looking case and i'm excited for future revisions of it (if any - fingers crossed).

  • +1

    Wish it was pci-e 4

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