Friday, November 2nd 2018

Deepcool Expands Matrexx 55 Case Series With Two New RGB Equipped Models

Deepcool is expanding their Matrexx 55 series of cases with the Matrexx 55 ADD-RGB 3F and Matrexx 55 ADD-RGB. Both cases will offer addressable RGB LEDs and come pre-programmed with five lighting functions including; static, comet, breathing, dynamic color, and fashion collision. They even include an ADD-RGB lighting strip in the front for good measure. Controlling all of these RGB LEDs is done via a built-in button on the I/O panel, however, users also have the ability to control the LEDs via software such as; ASUS Aura Sync and MSI Mystic Light among others. Finally, to make matters easier on consumers Deepcool has also made sure to support the universal 5 volt 3-pin RGB connector in conjunction with the proprietary GamerStorm RGB connector.

Unlike the original Matrexx 55 case, both of these new models now feature a power supply shroud giving them an upgraded internal appearance. In regards to differences between the ADD-RGB and ADD-RGB 3F, there is only one and that is the three CF120 ARGB fans included with the 3F model. The ADD-RGB base model has no fans pre-installed. Other than what has been covered, all three Matrexx 55 cases are essentially the same from a base design perspective with all of them using the same internal layout. All three still use the same two 4 mm tempered glass side panels along with the same magnetic dustproof net on top and dust filters in the front and bottom. Availability is expected in November with the Matrexx 55 ADD-RGB 3F costing $75 and the Matrexx ADD-RGB costing $50.
Technical Specifications Matrexx 55 ADD-RGB:
  • Motherboard Support: E-ATX/ATX/Micro ATX/Mini-ITX
  • Case Type: Middle Tower
  • Materials: ABS+SPCC (Steel panel thickness: 0.6 mm) Tempered Glass side panel, front panel (thickness: 4 mm)
  • Product Dimensions (L×W×H): 440×210×480 mm
  • Net Weight: 6.97 kg
  • Gross Weight: 8.01 kg
  • 5.25" Drive Bays: 0
  • 3.5"/2.5" Drive Bays: 2
  • 2.5" Drive Bays: 2+2
  • I/O Ports: 1×USB3.0/2×USB2.0/1×Audio(HD)/1×Mic,1×RGB Button
  • Expansion Slots: 7
  • Power Supply Type: ATX PS2 (Length less than 170 mm)
  • Cable Management: 23 mm Clearance
  • CPU Cooler Height Limit: 168 mm
  • VGA Length Limit: 370 mm
  • Cooling Fans Support; Pre-installed: None. Optional: Rear: 1×120 mm; Front: 3×120 mm/ 3×140 mm; Top: 2×120 mm/2×140 mm
  • Liquid Cooler Support: Front: 120/140/240/280/360 mm radiator; Top: 120/140/240 mm radiator; Rear: 120 mm radiator
  • Carton Dimension (L×W×H): 523×277×514 mm
Technical Specifications Matrexx 55 ADD-RGB 3F:
  • Motherboard Support: E-ATX/ATX/Micro ATX/Mini-ITX
  • Case Type: Middle Tower
  • Materials: ABS+SPCC (Steel panel thickness: 0.6 mm) Tempered Glass side panel, front panel (thickness: 4 mm)
  • Product Dimensions (L×W×H): 440×210×480 mm
  • Net Weight: 7.65 kg
  • Gross Weight: 8.69 kg
  • 5.25" Drive Bays: 0
  • 3.5"/2.5" Drive Bays: 2
  • 2.5" Drive Bays: 2+2
  • I/O Ports: 1×USB3.0/2×USB2.0/1×Audio(HD)/1×Mic,1×RGB Button
  • Expansion Slots: 7
  • Power Supply Type: ATX PS2 (Length less than 170 mm)
  • Cable Management: 23 mm Clearance
  • CPU Cooler Height: Limit 168 mm
  • VGA Length Limit: 370 mm
  • Cooling Fans Support; Pre-installed: 3×120 mm ADD-RGB fans (CF120) at front. Optional: Rear: 1×120 mm; Top: 2×120 mm/2×140 mm
  • Liquid Cooler Support Front: 120/140/240/280/360 mm radiator; Top: 120/140/240 mm radiator; Rear: 120 mm radiator
  • Carton Dimension (L×W×H) : 523×277×514 mm
Sources: Deepcool, via Tomshardware
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6 Comments on Deepcool Expands Matrexx 55 Case Series With Two New RGB Equipped Models

#2
blobster21
"bonehead123 said:
yawn....
Lol...pretty much that.
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#3
Dave65
"bonehead123 said:
yawn....
You said it.
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#4
chfrcoghlan
"bonehead123 said:
yawn....
But... but... RGB!!!4!4
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#5
micropage7
Actually looks good, without too much add on or futuristic something
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#6
ghazi
Don't you wish all these companies trying to show off their aesthetics would take some actual goddamn photographs of their products instead of just uploading CAD renderings? Makes me wonder how many of these are actually in production at the time they're announced...
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