Small form factor, but with room for powerful gear.
Lian Li's latest case is designed with not one, but two tempered glass panels. Both the PC-Q37's front and side panel are made of clear glass, making it a perfect case for showing off a small but powerful PC build.
The Mini-ITX case is built around a dual-chamber design - one compartment houses the motherboard and expansions cards and associated cooling, while the other handles storage and PSU. The case can handle video cards up to 320mm long, has two expansion slots, and has room for PSUs up to 220mm in length.
There are no fans included at stock, but there are mounts for up to four 120mm fans, and room for a 120mm radiator up to 300mm long. There are slots - complete with rubber dampening - for two 2.5in, and two 3.5in drives. IO consists of two USB3 ports and the usual audio adaptors.
The PC-Q37 is available now, for $US229 - it's pricey, but that tempered glass is pretty spesh.