During Computex 1027, DeepCool was showing the first prototype of the QuadStellar, the successor to the Tri-Stellar. The company now has released a bit more info on a sales deck, and that holds specs and features.
Much like the "Tristellar" the New Quad-Stellar adopts a unique design, each component is divided into sections called "cabins" and mounted there. Also, by integrating the upper left to the lower right cabin into one, it can take large motherboard up-to-the E-ATX (305 × 330 mm) form factor.
You are going to spot 13 storage bays, 8 + 6 expansion slots for graphics cards up to 380 mm in length, and fan support that can hold up to nine 120 mm fans.
The chassis will also support RGB LED illumination controllable by software, some fan control function, and an "Active thermal control gate" which opens the front panel automatically when the temperature inside the case rises too much. Check out the slides below, they show some good info.