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Lian Li Shows off Massive PC-D600 and PC-D7000 Box-type Cases

It looks like Corsair is not the only one showing off box-type cases at Computex. Lian Li has two on display actually. They are the PC-D600 and PC-D7000. The PC-D600 is split right in the middle, while the PC-D7000 is not as boxy, but is not your ordinary case either. Did we mention both of these cases are massive?!

Lian Li PC-D600

Let’s start with the PC-D600. As we said it is split into two compartments. The left compartment will house your motherboard, power supply and expansion cards. The right compartment is reserved for drive bays and has room for a very large 420mm radiator. Both side panels on this case are windowed and there is a window above the left compartment as well.

Lian Li PC-D600

The front panel of the left side is lined with 140mm intakes and it also has a 120mm rear exhaust. The case has 8 expansion slots and supports ATX motherboards. The right side has nine vacant 5.25-inch bays, they can also be converted into 3.5-inch bays. There is room for additional drives as well. On the front panel you have four USB 3.0 ports and audio connections.

Lian Li PC-D600

The PC-D7000 is not as boxy as the PC-D600, but offers a double width design, but also is not technically separated. The left side will hold all of your 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch hard drives. Looks to be 13+ available spots for drives. There are also triple 140mm fan spots on both the front and back of this section.

Lian Li PC-D7000

The right side has nine 5.25-inch drive bays and will house your motherboard, expansion cards and power supply. The motherboard tray is removable so you can easily slide it out to install your motherboard. Also on the front of this case you have four USB 3.0 ports and audio connections.

Lian Li PC-D7000

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About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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