Lian Li Reveal PC-D600 Series Of Cases – Corsair Air 540 Competitor

/ 3 years ago


Lian Li have just unveiled their latest chassis innovation the PC-D600 which is designed to be a competitor to Corsair’s Air 540 chassis. The PC-D600 was shown at Computex 2013 in June and unlike the Air 540D it uses two equally sized compartments rather than two compartments of different sizes.

The front I/O includes four USB 3.0 ports, power + reset buttons, hard drive and power LEDs and the usual HD audio ports. There are nine external 5.25 inch drive bay covers. The front has three 140mm intake fans with individual dust filters.


In the Lian Li PC-D600 the right holds the 3.5 inch cages for hard drives as well as two floor mounted 2.5 inch drive bays. The rest of the room in that right compartment can be filled by water cooling component such as a radiator, the largest size support is 420mm x 140mm ( a triple 140mm fan radiator) or a 360mm x 120mm (a triple 120mm fan radiator).


The left compartment contains the up to EATX-supporting motherboard tray that also supports SSI-CEB. This compartment also houses the power supply bay and three 140mm intake fans which can also house another 420mm radiator providing other components do not obstruct. Lian Li provides an abundance of cable management routing holes between the two compartments.


There is a pre-fitted 120mm exhaust fan at the rear along with 8 PCI brackets. Pricing and availability is not yet revealed by Lian Li.


Images courtesy of Lian Li

Topics: , , , , , ,

  • Wayne

    It looks very good. I must seriously consider this case for my next m-itx build. Xp.

  • Matthew Humpherson

    Looks damn nice will be expensive knowing Lian Li though. Also personally it does not compete that closely with the Corsair Air 540D because its way way bigger.

  • Arne Olai

    This looks kinda ugly compared to the 540, and it’s bigger. I just don’t like the grills in the front, and it doesn’t look like quality like Corsair’s 540. If I had to choose, I’d choose the 540, unless I needed a lot of HDD space! In looks and quality Corsair wins this round 🙂