Continuing through our tour through Nangang Exhibition Hall, we met up with Deepcool who was showcasing new and modded PC chassis’, case fans and a new variation to the Deepcool Captain 360 Liquid CPU Cooler.
To begin, we were introduced to a prototype chassis that is in the works to be released in it’s current state. Currently named the Nephrite, this chassis features a slim standing design supporting ITX motherboards, one 3.5″ and two 2.5″ drive bays, SFX power supply types, 120 mm CPU cooler and 300 mm VGA capabilities.
Also showcased was an unnamed chassis that is a simple rectangular design, which features an LED light strip the runs across the four sides. Specs were not available, including pricing or availability for this or the aforementioned Nephrite.
Continuing on, we were introduced to a variation of the Captain 360, which if you recall we reviewed previously. The slight variation was almost unnoticeable at first, but was impressive upon closer inspection. The red radiator fluid has been replaced with black. This provided an extremely stylish look that would suit nearly any system.
Next up was the TF120 case fan, which features a unique 2-layer bade design that increases air pressure. The fans also features wavy LED light, designed to compliment the black, red or white colors. It is also reported that the channelized frame reduces noise created by the whirlpool of airflow, something that we definitely look forward to inspecting in closer detail.
Last, but not least, the Tristellar PC Chassis, which has been modded to further accentuate the uniqueness of this chassis.
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