Lian-Li DK-01 Aluminium Desk Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
Building the DK-01
It took about 90 minutes to construct this desk/chassis, which is a pretty hefty amount of time given that I’ve yet to install a single hardware component. However, even without a system installed, this is truly a sight to behold.
The peripheral tray can be mounted on either side of the chassis, I’ve put it on the left, but as I said before, you don’t have to install it at all if you don’t want it.
On the underside of the front of the chassis is a small handle, which will help make it easier to slide out the main tray section of the chassis.
You’ll also notice a line of ventilation grooves, which will feed the optional front mounted cooling.
The whole tray is very heavy, but it slides out with the grace of a feather in a breeze; getting inside and tweaking your hardware couldn’t be any easier.
Of course, if you want to keep sticky fingers out, there’s a set of keys and a built-in lock on the front panel.