We first saw Lian Li's new brushed aluminum PC-D600 double-wide PC chassis earlier this year at Computex 2013. The PC-D600 is truly a behemoth of a PC case and for people like me with expansive watercooling systems, you need all the extra space you can get. Today Lian Li officially launched the PC-D600 in the US.
Constructed of 2mm thick aluminum panels, the PC-D600 boast two separate compartments with expansive mounting points for cooling fans and extreme radiators. The first compartment is the size of a regular full-tower PC case and is accented by a large side panel window. This provides the perfect canvas to display an extreme gaming setup while being able to hide the wires in the second compartment which is hidden from view.
Lian Li has provided room for a 240mm radiator to be placed over the motherboard even with a push/pull fan setup while the right side of the case boast enough room to fit a 420mm radiator without any modifications. Those who like to cut metal will find even more room for large radiators on this side of the case. For those who need extra room, the entire set of three HDD cages in the right side compartment are removable to allow room for extensive setups.
The PC-D600 is able to accommodate video cards up to 330mm in length and CPU coolers up to 180mm in height will also fit with the side panel on. Six 3.5-inch hard drives and two 2.5-inch SSDs can be mounted tool-lessly thanks to Lian Li's famous mounting system. The front I/O panel features four USB 3.0 ports along side the power and reset buttons and HD Audio. The PC-D600 will retail for $349 starting on October 20th.