Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have Derek Smith’s “MSI Dragon Castle” build. Here is what he had to say about it: The Idea was inspired by the Steam Castle project that I was commissioned to do but I started with a red case. I decided to black it out with the Red MSI Dragon to give the Steam Castle a theme more suiting to the old days of Castles and Dragons. They go together so nicely.
This past January at CES Deepcool showed us a prototype of a Micro-ATX case that had sort of a Steampunk design to it. That prototype would later become the Deepcool Steam Castle, which we have in to review today! This case really stands out with its design and will definitely get some attention if you are attending a LAN party or other computer event. Besides its unique look the case also supports both micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards, has room for 5 hard drives, full size ATX power supplies and lots of room for cooling. Let’s take a look…
Recently we took a close look at DeepCool’s initial offering in the AIO cooler category, the Maelstrom 120. Released under their new moniker Gamer Storm we found that although it was a decent first attempt, it left us wanting in a few areas. Mostly we were hoping for just a little more performance. Well as it happens DeepCool also offers a Maelstrom 240 AIO. This unit is the big brother to the 120, and is nearly identical aside from having a larger radiator. Could this be the answer to the performance gap the 120 left us with? Read on as we take an in depth look at the DeepCool Maelstrom 240.
Deepcool entered the AiO cooling market with their Maelstrom series, which has done very well. Now Deepcool is back with a brand new AiO liquid CPU cooler series called Captain, which has a pretty unique design that we haven’t seen before on an AiO cooler.
If you haven’t heard of DeepCool by now we really can’t blame you. This start up out of Beijing, China has only recently started hitting shelves in the US. However, if you are an avid ThinkComputers.org reader you will no doubt have seen several excellent performing CPU coolers come across our pages from DeepCool. Since then DeepCool has really started to step up their game by branching into the case, power supply, and as you’ll see today, the AIO CPU cooler market. With the market so flooded with AIO’s, the hottest cooling item of today, can DeepCool’s Maelstrom 120 even make a splash? And can it possibly keep up with the years of R&D other companies have in the AIO spectrum? Read on to find out!
DEEPCOOL has launched its high performance liquid CPU cooler under its sub-brand – GAMER STORM. DEEPCOOL is a company that built with vision of providing best thermal solutions for worldwide customers by constantly seeking for innovative breakthroughs. DEEPCOOL has brought its masterpiece to explore the liquid cooling era, which included The Maelstrom 120k, Maelstrom 120 & Maelstrom 240.
Today Deepcool has finally released their very anticipated Steam Castle micro-ATX case that has a sort of Steam Punk theme to it. The case will be available this month with a suggested retail price of $119.99.
We got our first look at DeepCool’s Steam Castle case back in January at CES and now DeepCool will be offering the case in four new color options. These will include piano black with silver accents, yellow with silver accents, white with red accents, and red with black accents.
DeepCool has only recently announced their Gamer Storm line of products. These are mainly focused towards gamers with high-end cooling solutions for both CPU’s and graphics cards. The DeepCool Lucifer is part of the Gamer Storm line and is one of the larger CPU coolers we have seen lately. It features six 6 mm copper heatpipes, fanless operational mode, a nickel-plated copper base and a 140 mm PWM fan. Is this cooler enough to keep your gaming rig nice and cool and can it compete against other coolers out there? Read on as we find out.
Jul 07, 2015 0