Lian Li Unleashes Hell With The PC-D666

/ 2 years ago


Ready to get into the Halloween spirit? Lian-Li is about to unleash hell on the chassis market with their incredible PC-D666; the number of the beast.

The chassis is a dual chamber, double wide aluminium monster, with black brushed aluminium on the exterior and red detailing on the interior. It comes with support for a full EATX/ATX system on the left side and a Micro-ATX/mini-ITX system on the other. This is perfect for combining your workstation and gaming rig into one chassis.


The chassis features oversized windows on each side to show off both builds, comes with support for extensive water and air cooling configurations. There is room for thick 480mm and 360mm in the left side and another 360mm in the right side!


There are six 3.5″ bays in two removable HDD cages with hot-swap backplanes, as well as four 2.5″ mounts. There’s a further two 2.5″ drives in the base of the left side of the chassis.


The chassis is well equipped with clip-in dust filters, tool free panels and drive installation, easily removable drive bays, four USB 3.0 ports, HD-Audio and a whole lot more. There isn’t much of anything on the market this chassis can’t handle.


“The PC- D666 was developed in cooperation with IDG’s PC Welt (PC World) German edition for the “Hell Machine 6” ultimate dual-system PC project.” – Lian Li


Product Features of PC-D666

  • Fully aluminum construction
  • Dual System Support
    • System 1: EATX / ATX
    • System 2: Micro-ATX / Mini-ITX
  • Double wide body
  • Oversized side panel windows
  • Supports radiators up to 480mm
  • Hot-Swap backplanes
  • Multiple Tool-less features
  • Availability: Mid-November at Caseking



It’s big, it’s pretty crazy and it’s also incredibly good-looking. If you’ve been saving up for a completely bonkers enthusiast grade chassis that costs a lot of money, the PC-D666 is here for you.


Thank you Lian-Li for providing us with this information.

Images courtesy of Lian-Li.

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  • Michael Harlan Petersen

    This is so sick. I have a m-ITX system that i need to put in a new case for upgrades and i am builing an ATX system. With this I won’t have to buy 2 new cases. Lets just hope it doesnt cost as much as 2 cases.

    • Robert Howe

      MSRP: GBP 369

      • Michael Harlan Petersen

        Well thats out of the question. 600 usd :/

      • Iby Yassin

        Practically costs as much as 3 or 4 cases.