Thursday, September 26th 2013

DeepCool Unveils the Tesseract Mid-Tower PC Chassis

In addition to revealing the Pangu, DeepCool has this week introduced a second mid-tower PC case, a model called Tesseract. Set to arrive in black and white versions, the chassis measures 472 x 210 x 454 mm, it weighs 5.1 kg, and features a mesh front panel, top-placed audio and USB (one USB 3.0, one USB 2.0) ports, seven PCI slots, and support for ATX and micro-ATX motherboards, and for graphics cards up to 305 mm in length.

The Tesseract offers three 5.25-inch bays, three 2.5-inch, and four 3.5-inch drive trays and comes equipped with two 120 mm fans - one with LEDs in front, and one light-free at the rear. For extra cooling, there's the option to install an extra four 120 mm fans - two on the top panel and two on the side. No word yet on pricing.
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2 Comments on DeepCool Unveils the Tesseract Mid-Tower PC Chassis

Now that's a brilliant internal design: 4 HDDs, 3 SSDs, 3 ODDs and an additional front panel.
I hate it when modern cases are too stingy about internal storage and focus too much on unimportant stuff like water cooling compatibility.
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looks nice but kinda flat, add some accent and it will be rock
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