Tuesday, August 18th 2020

DeepCool Releases Brand New CL500 High Airflow Case

DeepCool, a leading brand in designing and manufacturing CPU cooling systems and computer hardware announces the launch of the CL500, a new high airflow mid-tower ATX case that balances form and function to provide PC enthusiasts great cooling and an easy building experience. The CL500 features large mesh top and front panels that deliver generous airflow to your PC's critical components with support for up to six 120 mm cooling fans or multiple liquid cooling radiators, including up to 360 mm in front for serious performance.

A full-length tempered glass side panel showcases your components in a beautiful display. Both the left and right side panels are attached magnetically, making it quick and easy to access components and manage cables. Top panel access for installing fans or liquid cooling also only needs a one-touch button release. In addition to easy access panels, the CL500 includes practical accessories such as a pre-installed PWM fan hub on the chassis to help organize fans and even a built-in adjustable GPU stand for possible graphic card sag. The front I/O panel features three USB ports including one for USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C.
Update Aug 18th: DeepCool informed us that the international version of this case includes a USB type-C front-panel port.

Get a straightforward high airflow case that balances form and function in the CL500.

Pricing and Availability
  • CL500: $79.99 USD
  • Available on August 14, 2020
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17 Comments on DeepCool Releases Brand New CL500 High Airflow Case

#1
Th3pwn3r
Not bad looking to me. A bit different which is nice.
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#2
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I was going to say it looked a bit like some of the older Dell workstation machines. Very professional looking despite the windowed side panel.

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#3
Caring1
Must be an old picture as the USB-C port is filled with a blank on the case.
Looks more like an older HP, than a Dell.
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#5
biffzinker
TheLostSwede
No dust filters include? o_O
It wouldn’t be a high airflow case with dust filters impeding the air flow into the case. ;)
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#6
TheLostSwede
biffzinker
It wouldn’t be a high airflow case with dust filters impeding the air flow into the case. ;)
Eh? So you prefer a dust filled case?
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#7
biffzinker
TheLostSwede
So you prefer a dust filled case?
No, I've had my share of dust filled cases. I now prefer a case with dust filtration. Furthermore I wasn't being serious about the filters restricting the airflow.

Edit: This photo shows the dust filters on the top, and front.

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#8
TheLostSwede
biffzinker
No, I've had my share of dust filled cases. I now prefer a case with dust filtration. Furthermore I wasn't being serious about the filters restricting the airflow.

Edit: This photo shows the dust filters on the top, and front.


Yeah, didn't see that one my phone when I wrote the comment. Still seems like a very coarse filter.
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#9
Vya Domus
biffzinker
This photo shows the dust filters on the top, and front.
I can hardly call those dust filters, they're just metal meshes. Not that I dislike that, I remove all my dust filters on my case anyway. For me getting rid of dust is a waste of time because it's going to make it's way into the case anyway and you can just clean your PC every once in a while if it bothers you that much. It's not worth the thermal performance impact.
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#10
bonehead123
So, apparently, if you want USB-C on the front, you gotta punch out the spot for it & install the port * header cable yourself.... whazzzupwitdat :wtf:

Not really a problem for someone like me, who is adept at building/modding/hdwr installs, but still seems like a lame, cheap-assed, cost-cutting, dick move on DC's part IMHO..:mad:..:shadedshu:
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#11
Th3pwn3r
TheLostSwede
Eh? So you prefer a dust filled case?
It depends on where you live and how clean your home is. My machines are always clean somehow.
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#12
TheLostSwede
Th3pwn3r
It depends on where you live and how clean your home is. My machines are always clean somehow.
I have a cat...
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#13
Th3pwn3r
TheLostSwede
I have a cat...
And I have a Siberian Husky, he probably sheds a lot more than your cat does. I vacuum and sweep almost everyday although I don't have much carpet.
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#14
Logoffon
For me it looks more like the Dell PowerEdge towers from the late 2000s.
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#16
INSTG8R
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InhaleOblivion
Dude you're getting a Dell. :laugh:
LOL! Thanks for the flashback!
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#17
kn00tcn
dont these front of a truck designs make it harder to clean dust?

one set of fractal cases does this on the inside, i cant understand it
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