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Lian Li Unveils the PC-Q35 Mini-ITX PC Chassis

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today announces the brushed aluminum PC-Q35 chassis. Designed for users who want to build their own NAS as well as system integrators, the compact PC-Q35 supports Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX motherboards.

 

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Small Chassis with Big Hardware Support

With a volume around 29.2L, the PC-Q35 supports an outstanding amount of hardware for its size. Up to seven hard drives can be installed: five 3.5" and two 2.5" drives. Expansion cards up to 300 mm and ATX power supplies up to 200 mm are also supported.

 

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Modular HDD Cage with 120 mm Mounted Fan

The modular HDD cage has a 120 mm fan mounted to it, allowing for a versatile cooling solution. The cage can be flipped so that the fan is facing towards the front of the chassis or towards the rear.

 

Lockable Aluminum Front Bezel

The PC-Q35 has a solid aluminum lockable front bezel that prevents non-authorized users from turning a system on as well as reduces system noise for silent operation.

 

Water Cooling Support

The top 120 mm exhaust fan can also support integrated liquid cooling kits.

 

Connectivity

The I/O panel is located at the front of the right side panel. Connections include two USB ports and HD audio.

 

Price and Availability

The PC-Q35 is now available in the UK for the suggested retail price of £108.

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