The Lian Li PC-D600 dual-compartment enclosure features an aluminum construction and should be able to comfortably house just about any conceivable build.
Lian Li has formally launched its PC-D600 series cases, which first made an appearance at this year's Computex. It measures 382 x 525 x 415 mm (W x H x D), weighs 9.2 kg empty and features a dual-compartment design with two equally sized sections for drive bays. The motherboard is separated by an aluminum partition with valved cable management holes.
The PC-D600's right-side compartment includes ten 5.25-inch drive cages, one of which holds the front panel header and six 3.5-inch to 5.25-inch adapters. The compartment also includes provisions on the floor to latch 2.5-inch drives and a generous clearance for liquid cooling components, including radiators of up to 420 x 140 mm.
Moving on to the left-side compartment, the motherboard tray can house E-ATX motherboards with support for SSI-CEB, the PSU bay, a 120 mm rear exhaust and three 140 mm front intakes that can also be used to mount another 420 x 140 mm radiator.
Though Lian Li hasn't provided information on the PC-D600's pricing or availability, the company has announced that it will be offered choices of black (PC-D600B) and silver (PC-D600A). The launch video is available after the break.