Thursday, January 7th 2016

DeepCool Debuts GENOME Liquid Cooling

PC enthusiasts have been suffering a hard case for years that it's quite difficult for most of the PC consumers to build up an extreme liquid cooling system by themselves. To improve PC user experience is why DEEPCOOL comes up with the product. DEEPCOOL Genome is an integrated PC liquid cooling solution, consists of an ATX PC case and an extreme liquid cooling system.

Pre-installed liquid cooling system, including a 360mm radiator, 3 PWM fans and a reservoir offers PC gamers not only cyclic great cooling performance but also an aesthetic design. Aesthetic liquid cooling system blends in the ATX case provides PC builders an integrative PC building experience.

Amazing side window reveals the interior and ensures visible effect. Meanwhile wider space and logical holes design offer a better cable management.

Innovative structure with separated functional areas provides extended support:
  • Extra slots for vertical GPU installation (PCI-E extension cable is not included)
  • Extended window reserved, supports longest 330mm Graphic Card x2 SLI
Available in January, 2016
MSRP: $249.99 USD
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16 Comments on DeepCool Debuts GENOME Liquid Cooling

#1
Patriot
Riser to pull cool air in from the side, check.
Hole in case window for gfx card air, Oops.
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#2
atomicus
Patriot said:
Riser to pull cool air in from the side, check.
Hole in case window for gfx card air, Oops.
First off, that's a reference card, so no need. Second, a hole in a case window?? Are you mad?? Who does that??
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#3
ZoneDymo
  • Extra slots for vertical GPU installation (PCI-E extension cable is not included)
250 dollars and the main thing that kinda sets this case apart is not even included....gg
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#4
Hood
The riser cable would be nice if included, but would undoubtedly lead to more RMAs (every time someones card was acting up, they'd blame it on the cable, and come crying to DeepCool).
@Patriot - 1985 called, they're looking for their window hole...that trend made for some very ugly and cheap looking cases.
I guess if one was severely mechanically challenged, they'd rather pay someone else to build their "custom" cooling loop, so they could brag to their friends on how they "built a killer water-cooled system"
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#5
xkm1948
Hell yeah might as well buy one for the lab. The name GENOME is great! Very suitable for our genomic center! It's about time we have some genetic themed cool cases!
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#6
xkm1948
I am very tempted to sell my define r5 for this. This is perfect for me. Just organismed a little bit after looking at the youtube promo. SO COOOOOL.
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#7
9700 Pro
Patriot said:
Riser to pull cool air in from the side, check.
Hole in case window for gfx card air, Oops.
Put an AIO cooler for gfx card and problem solved. Holes in case windows look just terrible.
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#8
PP Mguire
I kinda want it minus the dumb block.
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#9
xkche
Patriot said:
Riser to pull cool air in from the side, check.
Hole in case window for gfx card air, Oops.
I like the riser mod and even think why never do before ¿?.

About the hole in the window, this GPU location its more for "look" than taking fresh air. Many GPU have custom coolers and no one can see them because are looking down.
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#10
trog100
xkche said:
I like the riser mod and even think why never do before ¿?.

About the hole in the window, this GPU location its more for "look" than taking fresh air. Many GPU have custom coolers and no one can see them because are looking down.
it is but a nice side case fan (or two) feeding room tempt air directly to it would work wonders..

its what i do and why i dont have a window in the side of my case.. they dont come with side vent holes..

i would like a window but short of cutting my own side fan holes they dont seem to exist.. i would love to mount my lower sli card vertically as well.. sat one on top of the other the top one runs 20 C hotter than the bottom one.. :)

life is never perfect.. he he..

trog
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#12
zo0lykas
amazing case, if i dont have a new one at moment, i would go for this 100% very nice, and like that vertical gpu, on ebay gpu exte only £5 so its not a problem, like all of yous cry here
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#13
deemon
looks like a garden gnomes' wet dream.
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#14
Animalpak
A 3x120mm radiator just for cool the CPU ? Nahh what a waste !!

Graphics cards are still loud and very hot under load, this case is such a waste of possibilities .

You choice a 3x120mm radiator when you want to cool a GPU too !
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#15
ypsylon
It's good to see that guys think outside the box. That mixed ATX/1U riser setup is actually very well thought out. No need for you own riser shenanigans when using something not standard PC issue (like SAS expander with enough airflow/liquid cooling - with this case it would work like a dream).
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#16
vega22
xkche said:
I like the riser mod and even think why never do before ¿?.

About the hole in the window, this GPU location its more for "look" than taking fresh air. Many GPU have custom coolers and no one can see them because are looking down.
many now have more attention to detail on the rear of the card too...

i like the idea of riser cards when it gives better airflow, while not to everyone's taste, i would rate this higher was the gpu given better airflow in the window too.
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