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Lian-Li PC-D600 Double Wide Brushed Aluminum Chassis Released – See Specs, Price and Video Review

A couple of days ago, Lian-Li has officially released the Lian-Li PC-D600 Double Wide Brushed Aluminum chassis featuring a two compartment design (thus the name “double wide”), and a 2mm thick aluminum panels. It fully supports motherboard from Micro-ATX up to EATX, supports water cooling setups and features a number of tool-free mechanisms that would be perfect for PC enthusiasts and system builders. If you can still remember the PC-D600 was previously introduced at Computex 2013. Check out more details below.

lian-li pc-d600 review

Lian-Li PC-D600 Features

Two Compartments
Separating the internal components into two compartments, the Lian-Li PC-D600 allows DIY enthusiasts to show off high end and intricate setups through the side panel window, while giving plenty of room for the wires and less eye-catching components on the other side of the motherboard tray.

Not only does the two compartment design allow enthusiasts to show off their builds, it also allows uninterrupted airflow across the heat generating components.

Tremendous Water Cooling Support
With tons of room to work with, installing elaborate water cooling setups is simplified in the PC-D600. A 240mm radiator can be installed on the left side of the case over the motherboard. On the right side of the case 360mm/420mm radiators in push/pull are supported.

Even with a radiator installed on the right side of the chassis, a large space above the motherboard tray allows the CPU cooler, cables, or radiator to be effortlessly moved between the compartments.

Tool-Less Installations and Features
The PC-D600 has many tool-less features allowing for simple setups and installations as well as easy breakdown for modability. This fully aluminum case features pop-off side panels and front bezel, tool-less mounting for hard drives as well as clip-in dust filters.

The entire HDD rack on the right side of the case can be pulled out of the case with the removal of a couple of thumbscrews. The three HDD cages inside the HDD rack are also removable without using any tools and have 120mm fans mounted to them. These cages can be set up so that the fans are either towards the front of the case or behind the cage.

Versatile Cable Management Design
Clamps on the reverse side of the motherboard tray can be adjusted and positioned for optimal cable management setups.

Hardware Capability
The Lian-Li PC-D600 does not restrict hardware capability. Graphics cards up to 330mm (12.9”) and CPU coolers up to 180mm (7.0”) are supported. Six 3.5” HDDs and two 2.5” drives can be mounted without using any tools in the chassis. Additionally, PSUs of all sizes are supported.

Lian-Li PC-D600 Gallery

Lian-Li PC-D600 Specifications

ModelPC-D600
Case TypeFull tower chassis
Dimensions (WxHxD)382mm x 525mm x 415mm
ColorBlack, Silver
Front bezel MaterialAluminum
Body MaterialAluminum
Side PanelAluminum(Transparent)
Net Weight9.2 kg
5.25" drive bay (External) 10
3.5" drive bay (External) None
HDD bay3.5" HDD x6, 2.5" HDD x6
Expansion Slot8
MotherboardE-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX
System Fan (Front)(L)140mm Fan x3, (R)120mm Fan x2
System Fan (Rear)120mm Fan x1
I/O PortsUSB3.0 x 4, HD Audio
Maximum CompatibilityVGA Card length: 330mm
PSU length: 330mm
CPU cooler height: 180mm
PSUATX PSU (Optional)
Package Dimensions (WxHxD)446mm x 623mm x 489mm
Gross Weight10.5 kg
MEAS4.6 CUFT

Lian-Li PC-D600 Review

Price and Availability

The Lian-Li PC-D600 has a suggested retail price of $349 US, a price somewhat similar (or even more) to high end tower chassis or full tower cases. It will be available starting October 20, 2013. I’ll post update once this Double Wide chassis becomes available to order online.

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Peter Paul
I love computers since I was a kid. I’m always fascinated with new technology, especially in the PC world. Many years ago, I was curious if the reviews I read were true and real. So, why not test them myself and share my first-hand experience? And thus, here we are. Thanks for reading!

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