The Lian-Li DK-04 also has all the makings of a kickass gaming case (as if the electronic height adjustment wasn’t enough). The desk itself is made out of aluminum (the legs are made out of iron), while the desk surface is made of tempered glass (which can support up to 220 pounds) so that you can get work done on top of it and admire your PC components at the same time. Speaking of which, the DK-04 supports up to 10 HDD/SDD bays and both micro-ATX and ATX motherboards. And if you’re thinking about throwing in some monster graphics cards into the mix, the DK-04 will support cards up to 320mm in length.
You won’t have to worry about cooking your precious components as there are more than enough fans to go around — air is pulled in via four front-mounted 120mm fans and hot air is exhausted via another four 120mm fans that are mounted at the back of the desk. Liquid cooling is also supported if you’re an extreme overclocker.
The front panel has connections for three USB 3.0 ports RGB controller and HD audio on the right side of the desk, while the left side is graced with an LED panel with controls for the desk’s height adjustment.
To check out all of the DK-04’s features, we suggest that you take a look at the following YouTube video which shows the desk completely loaded up with a full assortment of HDDs, SSDs, water-cooling system and ASUS GPUs:
Now for the tough pill to swallow: pricing. The DK-04 is priced at a hefty $1,500 which actually isn’t too outlandish a price considering the features. We’ve reached out to Lian-Li to get an idea on when and where the DK-04 will be available for purchase.