Legit Case Reviews
Lian Li Pitstop PC-T60 Open Air Test Bench Case Review
|Product:||Lian Li PC-T60|
|Date:||Fri, Sep 03, 2010 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Dan Stoltz -|
Lian-Li Pitstop T60 Assembly
Assembling the LIAN LI Pitstop T60 is done with mostly with thumb screws, aside from the base. On the underside of the LIAN LI Pitstop T60 the uprights and the back plate for the power supply are held together with several 3mm screws. The uprights and the back plate are held together with the thumbscrews.
Here we can see that the power supply can be mounted either way depending on the airflow of that unit. On the right side of the LIAN LI Pitstop T60 we can see the cut out for the hard drive cables.
The cages for the optical drives are mounted underneath the motherboard tray.
Here we can see that we are nearly complete. The motherboard tray is attached to the uprights with a pair of thumb screws on either side.
The expansion slots are held in place with several screws.
Add the handle to the LIAN LI Pitstop T60 and it's complete. Now you have a fully functioning test bench that is easy to move around.
Next Page - System Build with the Lian-Li Pitstop T60
Page 1 - Lian Li Pitstop T60 Open Air Test Bench
Page 2 - Lian-Li Pitstop T60 Retail Packaging and Parts
Page 3 - Lian-Li Pitstop T60 Assembly
Page 4 - System Build with the Lian-Li Pitstop T60
Page 5 - Lian Li Pitstop T60: Final Thoughts and Conclusion