DeepCool Tristellar mini-ITX PC Chassis to Release in June

This year at CES one of the most interesting things we saw was a crazy-looking mini-ITX case from DeepCool – a Chinese company best known for PC cooling – called the Tristellar.  DeepCool has recently created quite a splash in the PC chassis market, with some very interesting designs, the Tristellar being just the latest in their line of niche cases.

The DeepCool Tristellar features a unique three-bladed design, with each blade making up a separate compartment for components. This is also the first chassis to be released under the company’s GamerStorm series, which also includes a variety of coolers and fans geared toward gamers and enthusiasts alike.deepcool-tristellar-chassis

The case is designed to be used with mini-ITX motherboards, and is made-up of three individual compartments which are designed to house specific components, one of which is made for housing graphics cards up to 12.5″ in length, and also features three 2.5″ storage bays.  There’s also a dedicated power-supply compartment for housing ATX units up to 6.3″ in length and includes room for an additional two 3.5″ HDDs, and one slot-loading optical drive.deepcool-tristellar-chassis_frame2

Finally, we have the motherboard compartment which supports any mini-ITX motherboard, as well as low-profile CPU coolers up to 80mm  in height or 120mm radiator, giving this case some liquid-cooling options. It also features two  USB 3.0 ports, as well as a standard audio ports on the front.

This case definitely looks like a modern piece of art, and at a price of $400 USD, it also costs as much. We look forward to giving this case a closer-look when it releases in June.

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