Lian Li Q58 Mini ITX Case Review

Advanced features and CPU cooler support

Lian Li Q58 Mini ITX Case Review

Advanced features and CPU cooler support

Lian Li's Q58 whips with four side panels, and two can be attached to each side of the case. Included with the Q58 are two tempered glass panels and two meshed panels, which can be oriented and whatever way you want them to be. 

Lian Li has also made these side panels available to purchase separately, allowing PC builders to go all-glass or all-mesh should they desire. This also allows builders to replace broken glass or dented mesh side panels should they ever need to. 

CPU coolers

With support for air heatsinks that are 67mm or shorter in height, Lian Li's Q58 supports few heatsinks. However, Lian Li has given us a handy list of supported heatsinks that we can share with you. 
  

- CPU air cooler included by AMD/ Intel
- Cyrorig: C7 RGB
- CoolerMaster: Standard Series Coolers
- ID-COOLING: IS-30
- Thermalright: AXP-100RH
- NOCTUA: NH-L9a-AM4
- NOCTUA: NH-L9x65
- NOCTUA: NH-L12 GHOST S1 EDITION

Lian Li Q58 Mini ITX Case Review  

Lain Li's Q58 features an integrated fan/RGB hub that supports up to three fans and three 5V ARGB connections. These connections can be used to support RGB LED strips, RGB fans and all RGB products that support the 5V ARGB standard. This controller can easily be accessed from outside of the case to enable quick fan/RGB disconnects though they ever be required. 


Lian Li Q58 Mini ITX Case Review  

For bottom-mounted fans, Lian Li has supplied their Q58 with a magnetic dust filter. This filter can be removed and cleaned fairly easily. This is the only dust filter that this system ships with. 


Lian Li Q58 Mini ITX Case Review  

Alongside additional side panel kits, Lian Li has also released an option diffused RGB lighting kit for their Q58 chassis. These tips are available for £18.95 in the UK and contain 30 ARGB LEDs each. These kits also ship with white and black colour options to match your Q58 chassis. 

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Most Recent Comments

30-09-2021, 12:03:25

CalVic
I've never built an ITX before, but I quite like the look of that case for some reason. Not entirely sure the cost difference between PCIe 3 and 4 is justified though.Quote

05-10-2021, 07:47:46

Avet
Quote:
Originally Posted by CalVic View Post
I've never built an ITX before, but I quite like the look of that case for some reason. Not entirely sure the cost difference between PCIe 3 and 4 is justified though.
Yes it is. Do you know what a pain it is to boot a system with Gen 4 card using a Gen 3 riser cable? You need a Gen 3 GPU or iGPU.Quote

05-10-2021, 21:07:14

AngryGoldfish
Yeah, Gen 4 PCI-e riser cables are what most people should be getting if they plan on using modern cards. It's not a matter of bandwidth; it's a matter of not being able to get anything else to work. It's 100% worth the extra €40 that they cost.Quote
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