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LIAN LI TU150 Aluminium ITX case -Black Color -TU150X

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  • Aluminum Mini-ITX Cube
  • 2*USB3.0,Type C x1, Audio Front Ports

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Specifications

MODEL TU150
Case Type TEMPERED GLASS/WINDOWLESS
DIMENSIONS (D) 375 X (W) 203 X (H) 312 MM
MOTHERBOARD ITX/DTX
PSU SFX/SFX-L
COLOR BLACK/SILVER
MATERIAL 1.5MM ALUMINUM EXTERIOR (TOP/FRONT/RIGHT SIDE PANEL)
1.0MM SPCC INTERIOR
3.0MM TEMPERED GLASS LEFT SIDE PANEL
OPTIONAL FAN SPOT 1 X 120MM (FRONT) + 1 X 120MM (REAR) + 2 X 120MM (BASE)
RADIATOR 1 X 120MM (REAR)
GPU LENGTH 320MM
CPU CLEARANCE 165MM
DRIVES 2 X 2.5” SSD OR 1 X 2.5” SSD + 1 X 3.5” HDD
EXPENSION SLOTS 3
I/O PORTS 2 X USB 3.0, 1 X USB 3.1 TYPE C, 1 X HD AUDIO

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Simply amazing. 7/10/2020 9:35:40 AM

Pros: There are so many to list so I'll pick the few best.
I have a duel residence, PA and NJ, this is the easiest case I have ever worked with to transport (even easier if you get the non glass model).
Have a Asus Crosshair Impact VIII and fits amazingly. As long as you know the order in which to install the parts simple installation for a small case, much more room to work with then you would expect.
Air flow is beyond what I expected. No negative pressure and using a single 120mm rad aio Amd 3900X never reaches over 80c with a slight overclock on full load with highly cpu intensive games and programs running at same time.
Compact design does not require as much rgb to make it look pretty if you build for vanity and show off.
Bottom grill with the feet of the case that can be extended slightly keeps High end gpu's with downward facing fans cool and running without restriction.
You CAN fit many things that the manufacturer does not have for intended use cases. BUT you must be a moderate to expert builder and very good with measurements. 2 fan rad aio is possible at bottom of case to cool cpu, and gpu if you want to go custom cooling solutions. But must have case fully planned out and measured.
Cable management areas on the TOP and back are great. Yes that right the top, it comes off and has many areas you can fish any type of cable or custom loops through. Great choice of cable management cut outs for the wires. Especially at the bottom. Cant see any properly fished downward if you do it correctly.
High quality parts (for the handle) and aluminium used. Is it thin and sturdy only flex is the removable panels (which can help actually if you have a bulge in the back it can click shut since it has a bit of give)
On clicking, the almost screwless design is great. All panels are multiple points of inserts and magnetic holdings so nothing will pop off in transit (unless you have some bulging cables on the back but hey, thats kinda your fault)
With some ingenuity you can go way beyond what the manufacturer suggests and build a tiny beast.
Even with keeping in spec you can get away with a lot for a mini itx case.
HIGHLY suggest ram with lighting, it shows very well with proper placement, nice night light too if your build has that feature.
Don't forget to clean your front filter! which is removable. So no excuse if you put it on the floor but don't keep it clean.
Handle is very smooth and easy to use. Great design, extremely sturdy.

Cons: If using aio with a rad that has large fans be aware of how far out it will come off the cpu. Some aio's will not fit due to this.

Only comes in 2 colors. Would have to customize the case itself if you really care about building something that just looks good.

Overall Review: Perfect case for a small form build.

Most negative ratings will be from people who didn't do the research on measurements and are not use to building small systems.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
3/ 5
nice looking case 7/3/2020 5:24:58 AM

Pros: nice looking case

Cons: SFX power supplies have limited number of suppliers
The small mini-itx system board I used is not well suited for this case
The handle is cute but I don't imagine carrying it much
Largest complaint is trying to connect the USB3 front panel connections the cable was just an inch too short I had too run it through the front fan opening to make the connection

Overall Review: It will do the job and looks good in the process

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Love this case 6/23/2020 6:07:52 AM

Pros: SFF case for ITX/DTX boards with space for cooling. Choice of glass or not. Carry handle. Thoughtful design.

Cons: No filtration for bottom intake area.

Overall Review: At over 20L volume, it's twice the size of a true ITX case. This gives plenty of room for 120mm case fans and a 165mm tall air cooler. Can fit 120mm radiator in front or rear of case. Use of 240mm radiator limited by GPU clearance. Ball and post anchors for the panels are a nice touch.

If you intend to build a portable LAN box, skip the air cooler and spend the money on a good 120mm AIO. If this is going to be sitting in one place, get a good air cooler.

Fans are not included. This is both a pro and a con. Do yourself a favor and put some Arctic P12 fans in it.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Great Intro to ITX Building 6/13/2020 8:18:32 PM

Pros: - Good looking
- Dope handle design, makes it very portable
- All tool-less panels
- No compromises on compatibility with air coolers and GPUs

Cons: - Installing parts can be a bit challenging, although that's not necessarily an issue with this case as much as the form factor
- No included fans
- No dust filter for bottom
- Mine came with a very slight defect: the mesh over the air intake on the front corner is warped slightly

Overall Review: This was my first ITX case, and it made me fall in love with the form factor. I bought it to replace my hulking ATX build, which I was constantly lugging around to show off VR or have LAN parties. Being able to carry this guy around with one hand is a dream, and it's a super sexy case to show off (thanks in part to the well thought out tempered glass panel that blacks out the PSU and HDD).

The build quality, which generally quite great, did have a slight issue where the mesh covering the air intake hole on the front of the case was warped. Hard to notice with the all-black case I got, and hardly a big deal, but worth mentioning. Otherwise, the case is beautifully constructed, with easily removable panels on every side as well as the top. The latter reveals the brilliantly-designed handle, which is the real star of the case IMO. It's sturdy, convenient, and extending/retracting it is oddly satisfying haha.

Building in the case was fairly easy, although I found the rubber spacers for the hard drives to be a bit finickier than I expected, and they didn't say much about how to use them in the manual. I have a SATA SSD and a HDD, and while it's not necessarily an issue with this case, it's worth noting that my Corsair PSU only had one SATA power cable with 4 connectors on it. This made it impossible to connect both in their default positions. Thankfully, the cavity on the top of the case next to the handle is the perfect size for an SSD, so after many swears and a lot of finagling I was able to connect both.

My build does run a bit on the hotter side under load, although it's honestly hard to say if that's just because I'm used to big ol' ATX builds with tons of fans. Incidentally, be aware that the case doesn't come with any fans whatsoever. I only populated the front intake and exhaust, which meant my GPU temps would gradually climb up to 60C, causing the GPU fans to turn on to cool it, the fans would shut off, and the . I ended up setting a custom fan curve to keep the fans on low RPM at all times to combat this, but installing bottom fans would work as well (I'm not going to bother). The lack of dust filters on the bottom is a bit of a pain, but I have some cheap magnetic ones ordered that should do the trick. The main intake is the front, which thankfully does a removable filter.

All in all, the TU150 is a truly great case if you want a portable desktop with zero compromises on GPU and air cooler compatibility (I wouldn't recommend AIO or liquid cooling, although you could mount a 120mm radiator on the back... it'd be tight). It blends a lot of the pros of ATX and ITX in that regard, and while it's not perfect, the pros far outweigh the cons in my book.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
One of the Best ITX Cases On The Market 6/7/2020 10:42:26 PM

Pros: * Highly recommended for ITX builds!
* Tempered glass side panel gives the case a premium feeling
* Solid build quality
* Lots of room for cable management (see overall review for notes)
* Room for slim 120mm fans at the bottom to aide in cooling GPU, if less than 3 slots
* Plenty of room for air to get to the front intake
* All panels are easy to remove, which allows for a very great deal of cable routing options
* Very roomy—plenty of room to put a full tower air cooler
* Clever storage mounting solution
* Handle!

Cons: * Top panel has some restrictions in terms of cable access (makes PSU cable routing challenging)
* Limited fan/radiator options
* No filter on bottom intake (and no way to put one there, either)
* Very little noise dampening
* Might seem silly to say for an ITX box, but limited space is restrictive in terms of cooling options (doing a custom loop, or water cooling your GPU will be a challenge—good luck fitting a radiator *and* a reservoir *and* a pump in this case)
* PSU extension cable is very thick and very stiff, which makes it challenging to manage
* Doesn’t support ATX PSUs, but that would be a big ask for such a small case

Overall Review: All told, this case is excellent, but there are some areas where it could stand to be improved. Building in it was a breeze, and it generally has enough airflow to keep a mid-range system aimed at 2K 100+ FPS gameplay nice and cool. The tempered glass has a slight tint, which is enough to mask any “ugly” parts of the build while letting you show off any RGB goodness you’ve got inside (which I highly recommend). Switching to this case saw much better performance from a Gigabyte RX 5700XT Gaming OC, due to the additional airflow directed at the GPU. The only issue I had with building was that there are not very many holes cut into the aluminum at the top to allow cables to be routed through it—and what holes there are don’t have very much room (that and the fact that there are basically no ITX motherboards right now that have the USB-C header, which makes that front port useless).

Note: If you’re building in this case after watching Linus build in this case, one thing you can do that he didn’t do is utilize the area under the top panel for cable management, which would have made his build substantially cleaner.

Where this case struggles is in terms of its cooling options. It really is only meant for air cooling, or for using a single 120mm AIO cooler on the CPU. There is only one 120mm fan intake on the front, where there could be room for a 140mm fan or two 120mm fans if the metal was cut for it. The fan spots at the bottom are a nice touch, but they are extremely close to the GPU, and unless you’ve got a short GPU or a water block on a full-length GPU, there is no way to use the bottom fans for a radiator. Further, they are not filtered, and because of how close they are to the feet on the bottom of the case, there is not enough room to add a bottom filter.

The biggest problem I’m having with this case at the moment is that it is *loud*, which is to say it doesn’t do much of anything to dampen the fan noise from my GPU. Those familiar with ITX cases are likely no strangers to the fact that these boxes are often very noisy, but it has become quite the distraction during intense gaming sessions (even after adjusting the fan curves to balance everything out). The solution, then, is to attempt liquid cooling, but that’s where this case falls short. It is *not* built for custom water cooling in any way. There is almost nowhere to mount a reservoir or a pump, and routing the power cables for those items would be a tremendous challenge. The intrepid system builder might try it anyway, but this case seems to be very clearly focused around optimizing it for air cooling.

What I would suggest to Lian Li for the next revision of this case would be:
* Cut more holes in the front of the case to allow for multiple fan configurations. There’s enough room on the aluminum for a 140mm fan (or two 120mm fans if placed judiciously), which would open up cooling options significantly.
* Move the bottom fan cutouts away from the feet of the case just a few mm to allow for secondhand filters—or else provide a filter for that intake with the case.
* Add more holes in the top area to allow for more cable management in that space.

(one last note: the power buttons being on top is somewhat unfortunate, because my cats like to climb over the case, and have a habit of turning it on/off or restarting it, despite my best efforts at keeping the buttons hidden)

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Just what I was looking for! 5/8/2020 3:30:42 PM

Pros: Space for two 120mm fans under your 2 slot GPU! Dropped temps 16°C (81 to 65)

Cons: Would have liked room for a 140mm fan in the front since I had an extra already

Overall Review: Great case, very satisfied!

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
UPS is awful. 5/5/2020 5:32:11 AM

Pros: Amazing case, tons of space for a mini-itx.
Great for first time builder.
Customer service was phenomenal. Instantly replied and replaced the damaged part with no hesitation. This is my second lian li case and I will continue to be their customer and recommend them. Thank you.

Cons: Received damaged, looked like someone took a crowbar and slammed the side of the box. Not fault of the manufacturer.

Overall Review: Really great case and looks amazing. Customer service is great. Don't hesitate buying their case.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
I LOVE this case 4/29/2020 5:35:42 AM

Pros: -Portable
-Secure panels
-Enough space for tidy cable management

Cons: -None really

Overall Review: This case is great! It has spots for fans to be placed for great airflow through the case that keeps all my components cool. My 2400G has never gotten to 70 degrees, and I live in the Caribbean! I'm currently looking for a similar case for my Micro ATX build.

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