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DEEPCOOL Showed Us the Genome, Up Close and Personal

I’ve never been to CES. I haven’t even been to any sort of trade show in my life unless you can count going to a typical county fair, but I’m pretty sure that doesn’t count. To say that this was an experience doesn’t even begin to cover how much fun I had at this year’s expo, and to try and write one article so sum everything I saw isn’t even going to be possible. I saw some incredible components that are about to hit the market and the first batch of releases we’ll cover are from DEEPCOOL. The most impressive debut was the Genome case. The AIO market has gotten pretty saturated by copies at this point. When it comes to the system of mounting a pump on a block, then attaching that to a radiator, there’s only so much you can do to differentiate yourself. AIO makers are having to get more creative while still being able to provide a practical product and that’s exactly what I think DEEPCOOL did with the Genome. The liquid cooling system is completely pre-installed into the case to give the user a complete cooling setup, very similar to a custom loop. For those who’ve been afraid of diving into custom cooling for fear of ruining an expensive system, or even those who can’t afford a $300+ cooling kit, the Genome seems like a perfect fit. The standout feature of the Genome is obviously the double-helix reservoir in the front. That style looked absolutely amazing and I couldn’t help but stare at it as ...



DeepCool Displays a new sense of style at CES

PENTOWER PENTOWER is constructed from trestles´╝îpanels and aluminum shell. The unprecedented pentagonal prism structure has made the case to be an artistic product on table. In order to make a neat and tidy lay out, we place the motherboard supporter at one corner, and graphic card at opposite. By using PCI-E extender, these two core components become nearly parallel rather than vertical. The remaining space is filled with 1×3.5 hard drive bay, 2×2.5 hard drive bay and one slot-load optical drive which can be changed to one 2.5 hard drive bay.     There is a cable management channel in the central of the case, components are connected as easy as in traditional cases, in fact the whole installation process could be more easier; after the shell is removed, all of the panels and trestles are exposed, users can install units directly without uninstall any other part of the case. The case adopts horizontal airflow channel, the heat ventilation performance is excellent, because of warm air rising.     Tristellar 3 independent cabins constitutes this unique and amazing case. Each cabin includes one of the most heat generating parts of a PC. Motherboard cabin supports ITX motherboard, 2×3.5 drive bays or 120mm liquid radiator/case fan (after remove the drive bays) and low profile CPU air cooler. Graphic cabin supports VGA card up to 320mm, which is connected to motherboard by PCI-E extension cable, behind the GPU, there are three tool-free 2.5 d...





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