|Lian Li PC-T60 PitStop ATX Test Bench Chassis|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cases|
|Written by David Ramsey|
|Thursday, 24 June 2010|
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PC-T60 Detailed Features
At the back of the chassis Lian Li provides a mount for two 2.5" drives. This is a welcome feature considering the growing popularity of SSDs. You can of course also use this bracket to mount laptop-style hard drives as shown below.
Unlike any other test bench style case, the Lian Li PITSTOP PC-T60 has a standard card backplane with a full 8 slots. Want to set up a system with a double-width video card in the last slot? No problem! The extra bracing provides support for large and heavy video cards that's much more robust than some of the rather "delicate" systems I've seen in other cases of this type.
From the rear we can see almost every feature of the case: the power supply mount at the lower left, the 3.5" drive cage to the right, the 2.5" drive cage above the 3.5" cage, and the two 5.25" device mounts suspended from the motherboard tray. All told you can mount a total of seven storage devices. The T60's twin 5.25" bays give you some extra mounting options for non-storage devices, too.
It looks pretty good so far, but what's it like to build and use a system with the PC-T60 Test Bench case? Benchmark Reviews will cover this in the next section.