Lian Li PC-TU100 Midi-Tower Negro carcasa de ordenador - Caja de ordenador (Midi-Tower, PC, Aluminio, Mini-DTX, Mini-ITX, Negro, 6 cm)
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Altavoces incorporados: No
Altura: 277 mm
Altura del paquete: 325 mm
Altura máxima de la CPU más fresco: 6 cm
Ancho: 170 mm
Ancho del paquete: 235 mm
Cantidad de puertos tipo A USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1): 2
Color del producto: Negro
Entrada de audio: Si
Factor de forma: Midi-Tower
Formas de factor de tarjeta madre soportadas: Mini-DTX, Mini-ITX
Fuente de alimentación incluida: No
Máxima longitud de PSU: 17 cm
Máxima longitud de la tarjeta de gráficos: 19,3 cm
Número de bahías 2.5'': 2
Número de puertos 5.25": 1
Número de ranuras de expansión: 2
Peso: 1,77 kg
Peso del paquete: 2,3 kg
Profundidad: 252 mm
Profundidad del paquete: 330 mm
Salida de audio: Si
Tamaños de disco duro soportados: 2.5"
Ventana lateral: No
Ventiladores frontales instalados: 1x 120 mm
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The brushed aluminium finish is typical Lian-Li high quality. Working in the case is fairly easy, and once you plan your build order things go pretty smoothly. While the following components were a tight fit, everything went together without much issue:
Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-F2A88XN-WIFI FM2+/FM2 A88X (Bolton D4) Wi-Fi/BT4.0 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 HDMI Mini ITX AMD Motherboard
APU: AMD A10 7870K Processors 3.9GHz Socket FM2+ 95W, Black (AD787KXDJCBOX)
Memory: AMD Radeon Memory 16 DDR3 2400 (PC3 19200) R9316G2401U2K
Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler H60
Graphics Card: Sapphire Radeon R9 Nano 4GB HBM HDMI/TRIPLE DP PCI-Express Graphics Card 21249-00-40G (Yes, I know the APU will bottleneck this guy. But, I wanted AMD, and I wanted tiny. The ONLY reason I'm even using an APU is cause I could not find any AM3+ mini-ITX boards! But, the moment I do ... its upgrade time!)
Let's see ... what else did I put in this little guy ... aha!
Storage: Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD (MZ-75E500B/AM) for the OS and Seagate 1TB Laptop Gaming SSHD (Solid State Hybrid Drive) SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache 2.5-Inch Internal Bare Drive (ST1000LM014) for storage duties. Dad doesn't need too much storage.
Optical: LG Storage BT30N Slim Blu-ray Drive DVDRW 6X SATA with 3D Playback and M-Disc Bare Drive without Software, and
Power: SilverStone Technology 600W SFX Form Factor 80 PLUS GOLD Full Modular Power Supply with +12V single rail, Active PFC (SX600-G).
The only real bear was the AIO cooler. Had to mount the radiator (not the fan) to the case using the Lian-Li fan grommets and some cut down 6-32 screws to fit the radiator (the stock fan screws obviously would not fit) in order to have the radiator and fan clear the motherboard.
This was the smallest build I've done so far, and it was a learning experience. The APU temps initially shocked me. I tried the stock cooler and a Noctua low profile, but the 50C plus idle temps and the 95C and climbing Prime95 temps were worrisome to say the least. The supplied case fan does not move enough air to control that (the temps were lower with the case opened up, but shot up with everything buttoned down). Using the AIO brought temps into a reasonable range for me: 40C idling and 80-85C stable with Prime95. Ambient temps in Trinidad are easily 30C to 36C on a given day. I could potentially use a better fan than what came with the AIO to bring it down a bit more, but that's for another time.
So, if you are going to build in this, you'll need to be careful of the cpu/apu and cooler you use ... it can potentially be a little hotbox!
In the end I'm pretty happy with the overall build and the Lian-Li PC-TU100 as a foundation.
Surprisingly easy to work on the inside. Love the feel and aesthetics.
Does not shed heat well. Running a 4690K @3.9ghz with Noctua NH-L9I, GTX 960 mini-ITX, and stock front case fan.
During normal/routine work, no problems; however, while playing games CPU temps would climb too high, and the case itself became very hot to the touch.
Replaced the front stock fan with a Noctua NF-P14 140mm and now runs very comfortably, even while playing demanding games.
If you want a current full-size graphics card, you will likely want the Lian Li PC-TU200, as it fits cards built today much more readily. Overall, a great case for a near micro build. It's tight, but well-constructed. I would buy this case again and again.
I especially like the way the sides detach without screws, but in a sturdy and secure quick-release way.