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 -|
System Build with the Lian-Li Pitstop T60
Installing the Optical drive is easiest to do while you are building the LIAN LI Pitstop T60 since you have to pull the cages off to install them.
The hard drives are held in place with thumb screws and rubber grommets.
Sliding the hard drive cage back in place you can see that it is held there with a pair of thumb screws.
I opted to install the Corsair TX750 power supply "upside down" so I could keep the air flowing freely.
With the motherboard installed the LIAN LI Pitstop T60 is beginning to look like a computer system.
Flipping the LIAN LI Pitstop T60 up on end we can see that the cutout for the CPU backplate has plenty of clearance.
With the full system installed we can see that there is plenty of room to do just about anything we would need to.
Cable management isn't the easiest to do in the LIAN LI Pitstop T60, although I would suggest a modular power supply since there is limited space to hide excess cables.
Taking a look at the Lian Li Pitstop T60 from the side, we can see that there is plenty of clearance for the Thermalright Venomous X CPU cooler that we are using today.
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