DeepCool a company that specialises in water cooling and illuminated cases for PC enthusiasts, has been revealing new hardware at this year’s CES 2018 exhibition in the form of its very unique Quadstellar PC case. Which has been designed to house an E-ATX mainboard, multiple graphics cards, power supply and cooling components in four independent compartments. The compartmentalised design has been created to help eliminate heat dissipation and interference to achieve “maximum cooling efficiency” says DeepCool.
The Quadstellar PC case is also equipped with customisable RGB lighting and heat dissipation systems that can be controlled through the companion application. Constructed from precision engineered cast aluminium the case provides an excellent strength to weight ratio and is capable of accommodating a wide variety of lighting, cooling and thermal control components, depending on your preferences and budget. If you are interested in purchasing your very own Quadstellar PC case you will need to be quick as only 100 units are being produced for worldwide sales which will start during May 2018. Unfortunately, no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but as soon as information comes to light, we will keep you updated as always.
In addition to unveiling their new PC cases DeepCool have also been showcasing their new Captain 240EX RGB closed loop liquid CPU cooler which comes equipped with a high performance pump and a 240 mm radiator cooled by dual blade fans. Together with the Deepcool TR4 which is compatible with a wide range of processor designs enabling users to integrate all the current processors released from Intel, AMD and the latest AMD RYZEN Threadripper CPU.
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