Monday, September 23rd 2013

DeepCool Intros Pangu ATX Mid-Tower Case

DeepCool announced its Pangu ATX mid-tower case. It's characterised by a wider than normal body, letting you install tall graphics cards, and manage your cable spaghetti behind the motherboard tray better, since there's 2 cm of gap between the motherboard tray and the right panel. The case seats standard ATX motherboard types, with cutouts for CPU cooler and cable management. The drive storage area includes three 5.25-inch drive bays, and six 3.5/2.5-inch bays split between two detachable 3-bay cages. The drive cages, and expansion slot covers are tool-free.

Moving on to the cooling area, the case features two 120 mm front intakes, with which you can make room for a 120 x 240 mm radiator by detaching the 3.5/2.5-inch cages; two 120 mm top exhausts, which can accommodate another radiator, a unique 120 mm conveyor behind the 5.25-inch drive cage, one 120 mm bottom intake, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The perforated steel panels covering the front and top vents can be detached without any tools. Front panel connectivity includes two each of USB 3.0 and USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HD audio jacks. The case is made of SECC steel and ABS plastic. It's available in black with deep blue, and white with hints of blue. DeepCool didn't announce pricing.
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7 Comments on DeepCool Intros Pangu ATX Mid-Tower Case

#1
Kursah
Depending on the price point this could have some good budget potential. I'm not familiar with DeepCool products, but this looks like an RC690 lite almost. I like it.
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#2
torgoth
They make some pretty decent quality heatsinks, a lot of people in Europe have them:)
I like the case, depending on the price I might get it ($60-$80) hopefully they give us more color options though..
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#3
entropy13
Wow so they're going beyond cooling now?

Most of their products are sold under the Logisys brand in the USA, while Alpenfohn is their European brand. Of coruse that doesn't mean you won't see DeepCool branded products in those regions...but over here at least there are A LOT of DeepCool products.

The case looks great (that 'conveyor' seems to be unique, if not rare), but it really depends on the pricing.
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#4
Sinzia
I like the color scheme and the look, I hope it's got decent build quality!
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#5
tigger
I'm the only one
Looks a bit CM 690 copy to me.

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#6
Sempron Guy
simple looking with a touch of sleek, not bad for a debut case :toast:
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#7
Ghost
by: tigger
Looks a bit CM 690 copy to me.
Close. But it's actually based on Bitfenix Ronin.

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