Lian Li PC-T80 Test Bench Overview
With everything assembled your TC-T80 should look something like this. I have to say for a test bench the PC-T80 really looks badass. The openings on each side and the light aluminum panels might it quite easy to pick up as well.
I have done a full video overview of the case going over each section. Be sure to check it out below.
Starting at the top of the case we have that multi-function tray. Now you can actually install this tray on the backside of the case if you wish. This tray can support three 3.5-inch or 2.54-inch hard drives or three 120 mm fans. With support for three 120 mm fans that also means you can fit a 360mm radiator up top as well.
Moving down to the motherboard tray, this tray supports motherboards up to XL-ATX, which not many other test benches do. There are a total of seven cable routing holes and each hole has a plastic lining so you cables will not rip or tear. There is also a large CPU cutout to make it easier to install aftermarket CPU coolers. You can actually easily tilt the motherboard tray up to install a back mounting piece to a CPU cooler. There a total of 8 expansion slots. Looking through the CPU cutout we can see the 2.5-inch hard disk tray. This tray supports three 2.5-inch hard drives.
At the front on the left side you have a large power button that also functions for a hard drive activity LED. You can see cutouts for ports, but they are not included. You can buy the optional PW-IN4IAH850ATO kit that will give you four USB 3.0 ports and HD audio ports. On the opposite side is the Lian Li logo. Moving down the base plate here we have the hard drive tray. This tray supports three 3.5-inch hard drives and a single 2.5-inch hard drive can be mounted on top. So in total you can fit 10 hard drives in this test bench! On the opposite side we have the power supply mounting.
Here is a look at the PC-T80 from the backside.