Lian Li PC-TU100 M-ITX Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 8 years ago
As you can see, this chassis features a nice heavy-duty carry handle right on the top of it, perfect for just picking it up and taking it with you. The left side features a clip in side panel with some ventilation that will provide the PSU with some airflow and you’ll also notice that each of the corners of the chassis is reinforced with protective covers.
The right side of the chassis features another clip in panel.
The front panel has plenty of interesting things going on and as you can see we have a slim optical drive bay at the top, a small circular power button below that, a 120mm fan intake, behind which you will find a high quality 120mm fan and dust filter.
Further down we have a small I/O panel which features a pair of USB 3.0 ports and the HD Audio connections.
The back of the chassis features the motherboard I/O cut-out, the PSU mount and plenty of smaller holes to provide extra ventilation. There are two expansion slots at the bottom each with a ventilated and reusable cover, perfect for a dual height graphics card.
The top of the back of the chassis features two sprung clips, slide each one over and it pops the top back corner of the side panel, allowing you to access the chassis without the use of any tools.
The base of the chassis features four small supports as well as four screws that mount the internal HDD rack.