Description:It’s stylish, it’s sleek, and it’s modular. The Lian Li Q58X4 Mini-ITX Case is part of the Q58 aluminum chassis range. Featuring hinged tempered glass and mesh panels, hot-swappable components, plus a variety of ways to configure, this is an amazing case for building small form factor gaming PCs. The interior is highly modular, with support for hot-swappable SSDs and the choice of two PSU sizes. Its overall design has been primed towards exceptional cable management and for detail orientated builds. Plus, with a capacity of 14.5L, you can pack a lot of hardware within the Lian Li Q58X4 whilst still maintaining excellent cooling.
- Mini-ITX case manufactured from sand-blasted aluminum and tempered glass
- Hinged panels for easy access to interiors when installing hardware
- Mesh panels with magnetic dust filters for enhanced air flow
- Includes an ATX PSU bracket as well as integrated support for SFX power supplies
- Flexible mounting options for AiO water cooling systems
- 3 expansion slots and support for vertical GPU mounting with included PCIe 4 riser cable
- Available in two-tone black or solid white
INNOVATIVE AND VERSATILE DESIGN
Lian Li are back with a new Mini-ITX Case, the Q58X4. Part of an extended range, this chassis has an amazing 14.5L capacity, for all your premium gaming hardware. Many aspects of this case have been curated to support detail orientated builds, as well as ease of use. The side panels are hinged, splitting in the middle to provide ample access to the interiors when installing hardware. As standard, these panels are tempered glass for the top half and aluminium mesh for the bottom half. However, they are hot-swappable meaning you can arrange them any way you like.
With its compact design yet enormous versatility, cable management and innovative features help to keep this case as sleek and efficient as possible. The interior is armed with plenty of Velcro straps and tie-downs for taming cables, whilst many of the features negate the need for extra cables. Behind the Lian Li logo panel on the back, there is a header hub for PWM fans and LED strips. Containing three of each, this interfaces directly with the motherboard and can be controlled via the software you would use to control that hardware.
Granting you great flexibility with your build, there are several modular aspects to the Lian Li Q58X4, in addition to the hot-swap panels. Included within the contents are a PSU ATX bracket and HDD expansion rack, for adjusting support to accommodate larger hardware.
Despite its small footprint, the Lian Li Q58X4 Mini-ITX Case can support a full contingent of gaming hardware and cooling accessories. Plus, thanks to the modular nature of this case, its size is not a limiting factor of what hardware you install. For your graphics card, there are three expansion slots to support even some of the larger models available on the market. The maximum length it can accommodate is up to 320mm.
Storage can be installed throughout the chassis, most notably with a hot-swappable SSD tray embedded in the top of the case. Situated towards the front, this drive supports a 2.5” SSD and requires no tools for installation. Simply slide it into the slot and your SSD is ready to store your gaming library. No cables need to be unplugged if you decide to switch out for a newer model, either. Additionally, there is an SSD tray on the fan bracket, with this being the extendable drive bay, a mount behind the PSU bracket, and a bottom bracket which can be used for storage or a fan.
In total, you can run up to four 2.5” SSDs or three with a singular 3.5” HDD. It should, however, be noted that the amount of storage drives you have is affected by the size of PSU you install. Naturally, with a larger PSU, there will be less space for extra hardware, but you can still install two 2.5” SSDs with this configuration.
FLEXIBLE COOLING OPTIONS
When it comes to cooling, the Lian Li Q58X4 Mini-ITX Case has been primed for use with an AiO cooling system, supporting a CPU cooler up to 67mm tall. There are two ways of going about cooling this case, and it all comes down to what size PSU is installed. This is also the deciding factor in what size radiator you have. Thanks to the inclusion of an ATX PSU bracket, you can install this larger power supply instead of an SFX or SFX-L. Referred to as SFX PSU Mode and ATX PSU Mode, here is a deeper look into how this affects configuration.
|DIMENSIONS (D) 342mm x (W) 170mm x (H) 250mm|
|3.0mm tinted tempered glass side panels|
|FAN SUPPORT SFX PSU Mode|
|Top||2x 120mm or 2x 140mm|
|ATX PSU Mode|
|Top||1x 120mm or 1x 140mm|
|RADIATOR SUPPORT SFX PSU Mode|
|Top||1x 240mm or 280mm|
|(Max length 315mm, or max 325mm if remove front SSD tray)|
|ATX PSU Mode|
|PSU SUPPORT SFX/SFX-L/ATX (max length 160mm)|
|GPU LENGTH CLEARANCE Max 320mm|
|CPU COOLER CLEARANCE Max 67mm|
|DRIVE SUPPORT SFX PSU Mode||4x 2.5” SSD or 3x 2.5” SSD + 1x 3.5” HDD|
|ATX PSU Mode||2x 2.5” SSD|
|EXPANSION SLOT 3||I/O PORTS 1x USB 3.0, 1x USB 3.1 TYPE-C, 1x HD AUDIO|
|DUST FILTER||2 x bottom magnetic|