Lian Li’s Q58 is capable of squeezing a high-TDP system into a small, 14.3 Liter ITX shoebox. And thanks to its half-glass, half-mesh panels, it’s thermally quite capable.
Lian Li’s Q58 is stylish, unusual, quirky and also slightly frustrating.
Ultimately, the Q58 is what you make of it. Your hardware choices will dictate whether or not you require PCIe 3.0/4.0, liquid cooling, etc, etc. Cases with this type of design are always expensive, as PCIe riser cables are expensive. It is up to you to utilise this case’s full potential.
It’s a pretty expensive case, but honestly, if you want something stylish and compact that can sit up on top of your desk rather than be shoved under it, it’s perfect for the job. While it does have some tempered glass, it’s clear the focus is more on dust filtered airflow around the hardware, so as stylish as it is, it’s actually a lot more practical and usable on a daily basis than some of the compact “show-off your hardware” boxes that are out there.