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Case

Lian Li TU150 Mini ITX Desktop Case

(7 Ratings, 4.4 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Lian Li

Part #

TU150WX

Manufacturer

Lian Li

Type

Mini ITX Desktop

Color

Black

Power Supply

None

Side Panel Window

Tempered Glass

Power Supply Shroud

No

Front Panel USB

  • USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C
  • USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A

Motherboard Form Factor

  • Mini ITX
  • Mini DTX

Full-Height Expansion Slots

3

Half-Height Expansion Slots

0

Maximum Video Card Length

320 mm / 12.598"

Internal 2.5" Bays

1

Internal 3.5" Bays

1

Price History

    Reviews

    KoroL
    • 24 points
    • 4 months ago

    from completed build TU150 ROG Build

    I think one of the best ITX case on the market right now.

    Chazland
    • 20 points
    • 1 month ago

    Was going to go with a Silverstone SG13. I like that case for some reason. But after spending more than the SG13 on Metal flake paint, primer and clear coat, then rushing it in the fall of 2019 since I'm up north and it was getting cold, and then botching sanding the clear coat, I accepted defeat. I would have to sand it all down, repaint, spend more. At this point I wanted a little more room to build in, and liked the idea of a window.

    The TU150 is an excellent case with a few rough edges. Yeah the Aluminum top, side and front edges feel like someone just waved a piece of sandpaper at them after they pulled them off the press. They won't cut you if you just touch them, they aren't jagged, but if you run your finger down them fast you will probably cut yourself. I might just sand them, but after the build, I'm not really touching them that much. Maybe I'll test sanding the bottom of the side panel in a small spot then seeing if a black sharpie will match the anodizing. Hopefully Lian Li fixes this.

    Other than that the case is great. The steel frame is very sturdy, the panels go on and off super easy. Plenty of room for cable management, just a smaller hole than you'd like for the 24 pin cable going down from the top to the back. You definitely want full size cables, unless you don't care so much about aesthetics and will go straight from the PSU to the component. I bought full lengths rather than extensions, since it appears the bulky connector would end up in an awkward spot.

    And the Handle IS great. During the build process it was so easy to just grab it and turn it around, etc. Can't overstate how much this simplified and made it easy to manage the case while building.

    f0rce963
    • 10 points
    • 3 months ago

    from completed build Black Ice

    The main reason why I got into SFFPC/ITX. It supports the air cooling beast, aka D15/S and 3 slot GPUs, couldn't ask for more!

    ETHREAL1
    • 9 points
    • 4 months ago

    from completed build Metal Potential

    This is a very good case, love almost everything about it, I love the looks, the handle, the size, the airflow, the GPU computability, and even though it may never happen the IO could be replaced down the road if Lian Li make an updated IO panel. Overall a very nice case, but there are 3 things I would have done differently if I where Lian Li;

    1. Made the bottom fan mounts 140mm, after measuring they look like they would have fit.
    2. add 2 more push pins to the Back side panel towards the middle on the top and bottom, because of the USB 3 cables even after putting zip ties on within a millimeter of there lives they still push out the side panel a little bit.
    3. they want you to cable manage in the top and back areas, now assuming you have cables long enough (most if not all SFX PSUs have short cables) the hole to pass cables from the top area to the back area in very small.... it need to be at least one inch wider for 24pin, 8pin EPS, 2x 8pin PCI-e, and SATA power, not to mention other cables like fan and RGB...
    BrandonWee
    • 9 points
    • 3 months ago

    from completed build Duck Box 4

    My complaints about this case are the feet are ugly and mounting systems for the ssd and hard drive. Like it works but I prefer the phanteks approach with ssd having it's own bracket then sliding the bracket (with the ssd) over some rubber thingy (idk) not a big deal... And for the feet I just 3d printed and painted new ones

    xoomper
    • 8 points
    • 3 months ago

    from completed build SFF Mid Range Build

    lian li tu 150 case is nice.

    Got the aluminum because youtuber pointed out black would show all the fingerprints lol. He was right the inside of the case was black and if you look closely you can see my prints lol. silver is the look of the future anway. Love the pop off case design makes getting to the inside easy. Really love the handle its why i bought it.

    Cons: I tried hiding all cables on the back panel but found out I couldn't put the plate on. Had to reroute what I could to top and push some things in the whole in the middle. The difficulty was hiding power supply ribbon with the extra plastic connectors made it difficult. Just had to keep moving it around till I found the sweet spot.

    Other thoughts: Wish I was cool and had sweet lan parties to go to but for my use it just makes it easier to move around if needed. I like handles lol.

    One87industries
    • 5 points
    • 4 months ago

    This case is great because the basement is now an attic, making cable management easier which ITX needs all the help it can get. I know consumers want their heat exhaust out the top but I Installed a 140mm industrial fan intake (runs at 50% till summer time at least) at decided to go with EVGA's 120mm fan design for an exhaust. After testing several 120mm Focused flow fans, (corsair, be-quite, noctua, even a Silverstone RGB for fun) none created a strong vortex with a hefty sound like Evga's FF fan design. With the sides around the exhaust fan exposed, it breaths wider than others when moving air from a confined space threw a Rad. Cpu and gpu temps around 65c (coolant 40c) while gaming for hours. Just because this case has a window, don't cram it with RGB fans like Paul's Hardware. Worry about performance, clean build/assembly/cable management, and then worry about lights. Be sure to wash the oil off your hands before touching all over this case.

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