Deepcool, a leading cooling company in designing and manufacturing computer components for more than 20 years have revealed a new range of items at CES 2017, four new PC cases, two RGB fans and an RGB liquid cooling unit that all bring together aesthetics, performance for the best gaming experience possible.
The four newly delivered PC cases are the QUADSTELLAR which looks like something from Mass Effect and it features a four cabin structure, and the others are cooling chassis named NEW ARK 90, EARLKASE LIQUID, BARONKASE LIQUID and these three chassis have a pre-installed liquid cooling system with adjustable RGB lighting function.
The structure is split into four individual cabins for the graphics card, motherboard, power supply and hard disk drive separately, the Quadstellar provides an innovative PC thermal solution by separating the hottest components into separate compartments and maintaining high compatibility and performance meanwhile.
Water Cooling Chassis
The NEW ARK 90 is a sleek high-end PC case with top and side panels completely made of optimized tempered glass, offering a clear full view of the interior. It features a pre-installed Captain 280EX AIO liquid cooling system incorporating an exposed liquid reservoir and a specially designed flow indicator which makes the flow rate of the coolant clearly visible.
EARLKASE LIQUID is an ATX PC case with the whole side panel completely made of tempered glass for a clear full view of the interior. A built-in angled panel separates the interior space into two parts simplifying cable management for an ultra clean looking build that also features a Captain 140EX AIO liquid cooling system.
BARONKASE LIQUID is an all-metal Micro-ATX body that supports ATX motherboards with a solid metal handle at the top making it an ideal solution for a portable VR-ready PC. It features the Captain 120EX AIO liquid cooling system incorporating a specially designed flow indicator which makes the flow rate of the coolant clearly visible.
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