Lian Li announced its PC-D600 series dual-compartment cases, which it first showcased at Computex 2013. Unlike the Corsair Air 540D, which mates a broader compartment holding the motherboard tray, with a narrower one holding the drive cages, PC-D600 holds two compartments of uniform widths, with their partition running right through the middle. The right-side component holds ten 5.25-inch drive cages, from which one is occupied by the included front-panel, and six by 5.25″ to 3.5″ adapters. There’s room on the floor to latch 2.5-inch drives on to, the remaining room in the compartment can be used for various liquid-cooling components, including a 420 x 140 mm radiator.
Moving on to the left-side compartment, this one holds the EATX motherboard tray, which in addition, supports SSI-CEB, and of course common ATX form-factors. This compartment also holds the PSU bay, three 140 mm front intakes (which can hold on to another 420 x 140 mm radiator, if your motherboard doesn’t stretch all the way); and a 120 mm rear exhaust. There are plenty of valved cable-management holes running between the two compartment. The case, as with most premium Lian Li cases, is made of aluminium. Measuring 382 mm x 525 mm x 415 mm (WxHxD), dry-weighs 9.2 kg. It’s available in black (PC-D600B) and silver (PC-D600A). Lian Li didn’t give out pricing.