DEEPCOOL invited us by their suite at CES to take a look at what new merchandise that they had popping out this yr. Being an enormous fan of massive air coolers they didn’t disappoint. They did ship on AIO cooling as nicely and truly shocked us with a price range targeted chassis that I believe could also be even higher than their massive boy. Scroll on via for the highlights from their displaying this yr.
Associated Deepcool Unveils Fortress 240/280 RGB and PRO AIO Coolers, MATREXX PC Instances and 80 PLUS Gold PSUs
The DEEPCOOL ASSASSIN III is one killer, no pun supposed, twin tower air cooler. Coming in at a dimension of 165mm tall and 140mm broad this pet is huge however is designed with the concept you continue to need to have the ability to use that prime PCI-e slot to your GPU and never should be too involved about your reminiscence top so long as it’s underneath 54mm. So far as thermal properties DEEPCOOL is claiming a 280W TDP due to the 7 warmth pipes with their grooves-sinter expertise they declare is 15% quicker at warmth conduction. As somebody who prefers air coolers I can undoubtedly say this one has my curiosity.
Accessible in Could for $99.99
Captain 240 PRO & Fortress 360
If water cooling is extra your factor then don’t fear, DEEPCOOL have you ever lined in that division with their Captain 240 Professional and Fortress 360. Options of the 240mm AIO Captain 240 Professional embrace: Totally addressable RGB, a twin chamber three part water block/pump design, and sporting a TDP of 250W.
Associated Deepcool Unveils Captain 240EX RGB AIO Liquid and FRYZEN Air Coolers For AMD Threadripper, Additionally Showcase New Case Designs
Accessible now for $139.99
The Fortress 360 pulls the cooling prowess again to 280W due to it’s triple 120mm design together with immersive ambient lighting and full aRGB help. The huge pure copper CPU block is the actual star of this present claiming efficient protection of any dimension CPU together with Threadripper TR4.
Accessible in January for $169.99
The Magic Dice, or MACUBE for brief, is a really minimalist design case that retains issues pretty easy. A skinny line down the entrance for airflow into the case, a facet mount for radiators within the entrance to eject warmth via the reptilian scale like designed facet panel, or gills I suppose. Outdoors of that the opposite standout function is that the tempered glass facet panel is definitely held in place by very robust magnets. I nonetheless have just a little issue relying solely on magnets for this job, however no less than the underside is held in by clips.
Availability in June for $109.99 for the Black mannequin and $119.99 for the White.
The MATREXX 70 midtower enclosure is available in extra the price efficient stage of the market however retains the tempered glass touches folks have come to count on. The entrance, facet, and even the highest of the PSU shroud all have tempered glass panels to assist in making the case really feel a bit extra premium. There’s even an elective vertical mount for the GPU in case you so want and it might probably handle to squeeze in an E-ATX motherboard together with a 360mm radiator on the entrance or prime of the case.
Accessible in April for under $69.99
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