|Item model number||TU-150WX|
|Item Weight||9.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.31 x 11.81 x 18.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||15.31 x 11.81 x 18.7 inches|
|Date First Available||October 17, 2019|
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Lian Li TU-150WX Tu 150-WX Black Aluminum Mini-ITX Computer Case
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|Motherboard Compatability||Mini ITX|
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- Aluminum Mini-ITX case with tempered glass left side panel
- 2 x USB 3 0 1 x type C HD Audio front ports
- Hdd 2 x 2 5" Or 1 x 2 5" And 1 x 3 5"
- Power Supply :ONLY Supports SFX/SFX-L Size Power Supply
- Graphics Card LIMIT SIZE：L<320mm W<167mm H<60mm
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TU150, w/Tempered Glass Side Panel & Aluminum Exterior, Mini-Tower ITX Gaming Case with Retractable Magnetic Handle
• Stylish and modern design: left-side panel in tempered glass combined with premium aluminum all around the exterior to protect all of your components.
• Retractable magnetic handle for added portability.
• Tool-less design all around the panels makes your building experience even easier.
• Compatible with ITX and DTX-sized motherboards
• Spacious enough for a 320mm long graphics card.
• Optimized airflow: supports a huge CPU cooler up to 165mm tall and four 120mm fans, two of which locate beneath the GPU to keep the graphics card running at optimum performance temperature. Apart from two long sections of ventilation holes at the front panel to cool the interior, one section of the ventilation holes located at the right-side panel provides a designated airflow for the power supply.
• Smart storage layout: users can install one 2.5” SSD or 3.5” HDD underneath the top, and another 2.5” SSD on the motherboard tray to have it boldly displayed through the glass panel.
• Cable management at ease: cables can be organized underneath the top panel or behind the motherboard tray to create a clean interior layout.
• Equipped with 1 x USB 3.1 for quick access to the external devices.
Born to provide a better build experience for mini-ITX enthusiasts, the TU150 is a sophisticated and elegant small form factor case. Built with black or silver brushed aluminum side panels and a tempered glass left side panel that sits flush all around the case, the toolless design provides ease of manipulation and a clean finish.
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TU150 functionalities are inspired by the market leaders TU100 and TU200 Notable improvements include a redesign of the iconic handle which is now Retractable and can Vanish seamlessly into the chassis top panel to leave room to a stylish system for all to admire In addition the top panel gained depth from the handle leaves enough room for proper cable management An essential feature in mini- its cases i/O ports 2x USB3 0 1x Type C audio on the top m/B Type Mini-ITX/ mini-dtx system fan 1x 12cm in the front (optional) 1x 12cm in the rear(optional) psu SFX or SFX-L
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So you know this is quite large for a Mini ITX build. It is only slightly smaller than the h200 (which i literally can not stand, I will never recommend the h200). So if you are looking for 12L or so then look elsewhere as this is 24L or so. Also for how large the case there is only 1 front 120mm and 1 back 120mm. There is 2 slots below the gpu as well. But with my gpu which is not really that THICC I could barely fit 15mm slim fans (used a measuring tape, I will buy them at a later time to improve gpu temps). With that all being said I have 2 cheaper arctic fans on the front and back and no fans under the gpu and I get pretty decent temps for my hardware.
Another thing I would like to mention is all the panels come off and on with NO tools required and its amazing. no more screwing side panels in for this build. Also it has a usb c on the front if you have a board to support the feature.
The handle is very solid and I wouldn't hesitate to carry this anywhere with it.
My review is kindof all over the place but I give this a 10/10. If you have some big air cooling on your hardware but want it fairly small with a handle to carry it, this is absolutely the case to get.
-Sharp edges EVERYWHERE, you're likely to cut yourself
-Cable management is tedious at best and impossible at worst
-psu placement means you MUST buy cable extensions or custom cables if you want your cable routed around the back.
-Feels cheap compared to cases made by NZXT or Phanteks
-NO BOTTOM INTAKE DUST FILTER........WHY
-has a handle, that should be the only reason you buy this case, there are plently of other, better made ITX cases without handles that are a better build and experience and look more classy
-It's got good airflow
-has a closed top for pilling stuff on (doesn't seem to gimp airflow
-works with my hybrid 2080ti
-$100 is a fair price for this case
It's a pc case, I stopped caring about RGB or staring at my case more than my monitor and I wanted to be able to easily carry it with me on my photo/video shoots (where I go for a week at a time) so I can edit and cull with ease. Now I just wish I could find a GPU that can power a monitor and run display over a single TB3 port for 1 power, cable and 1 monitor cable and wireless peripherals. That would be idea and awesome.
- The carrying handle; the biggest factor that lead me to buying this in the first place
- Part compatibility; This thing can handle beefy GPUs, up to a point. I have an EVGA 2080 Super XC Ultra, and there's still plenty of length left. It is also a 2.75 slot card. It fits but I an no longer install bottom fans, or if I could, they'd need to be 15mm thick.
- Ease of parts installation: The volume also makes it a breeze to install most components. I even put a Noctua NH-D15 Chromax in! But installing the fan mounts on heatsink can be tricky, if not hazardous, as the top of the heatsink doesn't have much clearance to the ceiling of the case, so my fat fingers almost got sliced by the heatsinks themselves during fan installation.
- Snap in panels: no need to fiddle with screws when getting to side/front panel, just gently tug out, and push back in to their mounts, a very nice QOL improvement, especially for a tempered glass side panel.
- Size: Ironically, the case's size also become a hindrance because it's slightly too big for SFX PSU cables to route in an aesthetically pleasing way, while being too small when using extensions. It practically begs custom length cables.
- Cable cutout locations and sizes: It's as if the designers knew some cables would be too short so they added more cutouts, but I feel like to do this, they had to sacrifice other possible points to keep the integrity of the case. More on this on the next point.
- Cable cutout size: The biggest headache for me was routing the all cables through one hole above the PSU to keep them out of sight for a cleaner build. It NEEDS to be wider; same goes for the cutout right by the PSU vent, as the 24pin and GPU cables are needed to route through there.
- space behind the motherboard tray is on the thin side. While the forward portion is indented, the amount of cables that need to be routed through it demands more volume, while the more rear portions have sparse cable tie points. Overall, it took me nearly 3 hours to properly do cable management; it was a pain.
After finishing all of it though, I'd say I'm extremely proud of my build in this case. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to build their own SFF case. I say slightly widen the back of the mobo panel, as well as some of the cable holes and this would easily be a 5-star case for me.
No space for a rad beyond a 120
Barely space for an intake fan/ fans under the gpu.
I bought a 2080 ftw3 and the card literally is 5 mm from the case so I'm gonna be buying rubber spacers and longer screws to get me an extra 15 mm to mount EXTERNAL fans lol
External fans ate because this case runs hot AF if you are making a high end gaming machine.
If you are making a work station that you plan to hide in a drawer and never touch this might be okay if it's on sale. So many better platforms for a hidden machine.
Ps don't though the front vents with your fingers, think i might need stitches.
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1.- El gabinete al ser de metal, si no tienes buena ventilación, se calienta demasiado, puedes tocar el gabinete en cualquier parte y se siente caliente. Esto lo he probado con un ryzen x3700 y una GTX 1060, para solucionar esto, instale 4 ventiladores de 120mm, cabe senalar que vivo en el norte de MX, por lo que el clima ronda los 25-35, esto ayuda a que se ponga mas caliente el gabinete.
2.- Es super filoso!, tengan cuidado, ya me he cortado como 5 veces. Al parecer esta construido terminando de cortar las laminas, ya que no estan lijadas/pulidas en las orillas, por lo que parce cuchillos, no es broma, ya me rebane 2 dedos. Lo mas probable es que compre lija de metal y lije las orillas por lo filoso que esta.
Some of the internal cables could be a bit longer but that is not a deal breaker.
After I put my system together I noticed two small chips in the silver paint. One on the edge of the top panel and one on the corner of the from panel. There are small but noticeable. I was extremely careful and pampered all the panels when I took them off/on so that it why I am questioning the quality of the silver paint.