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DeepCool Launches New Performance Air Cooler AK400

DeepCool, a global brand in designing and manufacturing high-performance computer components for enthusiasts worldwide, announces a highly compatible CPU air cooler that offers impressive heat dissipation power in a compact and efficient design. With a slim profile, the AK400 air cooler serves as a thermal solution that can easily fit into mainstream ATX/MATX system builds. the unique design of the matrix form fin-stack and the non-RGB cover top offers a special aesthetic value to particular users.

The DeepCool AK400 Performance CPU Cooler is highly compatible and offers impressive heat dissipation power of 220 W in a compact and efficient design. Four direct touch copper heat pipes quickly transfer heat away from the processor into a dense matrix fin array heat sink for effective cooling performance.

DeepCool Also Introduces CK560 Series Mid-Tower Cases

In addition to the KG722 mechanical keyboard, DeepCool introduced the CK560 and CK560 White ATX mid-tower cases. These are characterized by a front-intake with holes punched in the DeepCool logo pattern that almost makes it a coarse mesh intake for the three RGB-illuminated 120 mm fans behind. The case features a conventional horizontally-partitioned interior layout that's all-black in both models.

The upper compartment with the motherboard tray features room for graphics cards up to 38 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 17.5 cm in height. The tray also features a graphics card brace that counteracts PCB bending over time. Four 120 mm fans are included with the case, three of which have RGB illumination. Ventilation options include three 120 mm front intakes, a 120 mm rear exhaust, and two 140 mm top exhausts. Storage options include two 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays, and two 2.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray. Front-panel connectivity includes a USB 3.2 type-C, two USB 3.2 type-A, and a 4-pole headset jack. The case measures 456 mm × 230 mm × 471 mm (LxWxH). The company didn't reveal pricing.

DeepCool Intros KG722 65% Mechanical Keyboard

DeepCool announced the KG722, a 65%-format mechanical gaming keyboard. With compact dimensions of 31 cm x 10.16 cm x 3.9 cm (WxDxH), the keyboard features a 68-key layout, with the lettering printed along the frontal side of the keycaps, rather than on the top. The keys are RGB illuminated. Under the hood, you get Gateron RGB Red mechanical switches. Its electronics offer N-key rollover, 12 ms response time, and 1000 Hz USB polling rate. Other features include 32 KB onboard memory for storing macro and lighting profiles, and a 1.8 m braided-sleeved cable that offers both USB type-A and type-C connectivity. The company didn't reveal pricing.

DeepCool Launches CK Series Mid-Tower ATX Cases

DeepCool, a global brand in designing and manufacturing high-performance computer components for enthusiasts worldwide, announces the CK SERIES Mid-Tower Cases, which consists the CK500, CK500WH, CK560 and CK560WH. Available in black and white, all cases deliver a balance of airflow, silent performance and exceptional cooling for the modern-day builder.

The CK SERIES deliver a no-nonsense approach to a clean, sleek computer chassis design. For Minimalist Builders who appreciate the CK500 and CK500WH minimal solid front panel can be rest assured that airflow performance is not hindered thanks to enlarged ventilation outlets throughout the front, top, and rear panels for additional air movement. For Builders that insist for even more airflow, the CK560 and CK560WH feature a unique cross-hair patterned steel front panel. All cases offer a clean aesthetic and fits a modern day look while being feature-packed for additional hardware expansion and upgrades.

DeepCool Launches PQ-M Series Power Supplies

DeepCool, a global brand and manufacturer of computer hardware and peripherals for enthusiasts, today announced the launch of a new generation of power supplies committed to high quality standards, the PQ-M series. Certified 80 PLUS Gold for high power efficiency with fully modular cabling, the PQ-M series is available in 650 W, 750 W, 850 W, and 1000 W capacities. Featuring quality construction throughout, the included 120 mm fluid dynamic bearing fan offers quiet sophistication with an intelligent fan curve and additional hybrid silent mode.

Certified with an 80 PLUS Gold rating, the PQ-M series offers up to 90% power efficiency under typical system loads with all Japanese electrolytic capacitors to provide pristine power output quality while reducing overall heat waste and operational noise. Built solid from inside out, the circuit platform is hard connected to the modular board for added rigidity and reduced signal noise. The fully modular cabling allows only the necessary system cables are utilized for simpler cable management.

DeepCool Announces Free Mounting Upgrades for Intel LGA1700 Socket

DeepCool, a global brand and manufacturer of computer hardware and peripherals for enthusiasts, today announced that it will provide free-of-charge mountings kits for Intel's upcoming LGA1700 platform, enabling customers to continue using their existing DeepCool CPU coolers on the new 12th generation Intel Core CPUs (Alder Lake S). Additionally, current and future DeepCool coolers will also include the new mounting hardware.

Intel's new CPU will follow a new hybrid architecture that will be more powerful than previous generations through the use of high-performing, efficient cores. This new architecture will have a direct impact on the appearance of the CPU, as Alder Lake features an additional 500 contacts compared to its predecessors (i.e., 1200 to 1700); as a result, the socket had to be greatly enlarged.

NZXT Announces BLD PC Building Kits

NZXT, a community-driven provider of PC hardware, software, and services today launches BLD Kit - a PC building kit that makes the experience of building a high-performance PC fun and achievable. Each BLD Kit box comes with everything needed to guide users through a PC building adventure— creating an experience perfect for families, first-timers, or for those who want an everything-in-one-place solution to building their own system.

The BLD Kit concept comes from years of user feedback, focus group builds, and a dedication to serving and growing the PC gaming community. Building a computer is a process that may seem daunting at first, but anyone can fall in love with it, with a little help and support. NZXT is also excited to announce that the limited-time NZXT GG sale for NZXT BLD is kicking off now. This 48-hour-only sale will have 10% off all custom PCs, pre-built PCs, and BLD Kits (US only) going from now until October 20th at 11:59pm.

DeepCool Intros AK620 Dual Fin-Stack CPU Cooler

DeepCool introduced the AK620, a premium dual fin-stack tower-type CPU cooler. The cooler scrapes your side-panel at 160 mm height, and tips the scales at 1.45 kg. A nickel-plated copper base pulls heat from your processor, which is passed on to two aluminium fin-stacks at the ends of six 6 mm-thick heat-pipes. Two 120 mm fluid-dynamic bearing fans come included with the cooler, they each turn at speeds of 500 to 1,850 RPM, pushing 68.99 CFM of airflow, with a static pressure of 2.19 mm H₂O. The fin-stacks are recessed at the bottom to make space for your memory modules or VRM heatsinks. Among the CPU socket types supported are AM4, LGA1200, LGA115x, and LGA2066. The upcoming LGA1700 doesn't find mention in DeepCool's specs. The company didn't reveal pricing.

GALAX Unveils Shadow Line of AIO CPU Coolers

GALAX today announced the Shadow line of all-in-one liquid CPU coolers, beginning with the Shadow 360R. From the looks of it, this cooler bears visual similarities to the GamerStorm Castle line of coolers by DeepCool, which is probably its OEM supplier. The pump-block features an ARGB LED diffuser, as do the three included 120 mm fans. These turn between 800 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 58.5 CFM of airflow, at 2.08 mm H₂O static pressure. The radiator appears to feature a fill-port. The company is beginning to sell these in China for the equivalent of 100€, although it remains to be seen if they're released under the KFA2 brand elsewhere.

DeepCool Intros Castle 360EX A-RGB AIO CPU Cooler

DeepCool today introduced the Castle 360EX A-RGB, its top all-in-one, liquid, CPU cooler. The company made a handful updates over older generations of Castle EX AIOs. To begin with, the cooler features a dual-chamber pump with 2,550 RPM top speed. Updates have been made to the coolant path in this pump-block. The cold-plate has also been updated, with 25% more copper microfins. The pump-block is capped off with a new ARGB LED-illuminated infinity-mirror ornament that shows off the latest company logo.

The pump-block is plumbed to a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator which features an ambient air-pressure normalization mechanism DeepCool calls Anti-Leak Tech-Inside. This is basically a rubber bladder that swells when the ambient air-pressure is higher than the loop, to minimize leaks caused due to the pressure differential. Each of the three included CF120 fans features hydraulic bearings, turns between 500 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 69.34 CFM of air-flow at 2.42 mm H₂O pressure, and max noise output of 30 dBA. The cooler is expected to be priced around $170.

DeepCool Refreshes its Identity

Today, premier PC hardware manufacturer DeepCool reveals a new corporate brand identity, redesigned logo, and website. This new brand identity reflects a continuous evolution of the organization, its products, and the computer hardware industry as a whole. The new DeepCool logo is composed of multiple square unit elements like components that can be assembled into a complete system, representing the spirit of DIY PC building.

DeepCool has been developing high-quality computer hardware for enthusiasts and PC gamers for over 20 years. The new branding unifies each product line under DeepCool and embodies our focus on delivering performance hardware and components for the DIY PC community. Look out for all-new DeepCool products in the upcoming year that feature the new brand identity and logo designed for the modern age.

DeepCool Intros GAMMAXX L240 A-RGB and L360 A-RGB AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

DeepCool today updated its GAMMAXX line of all-in-one liquid closed-loop CPU coolers, with the new GAMMAXX L240 A-RGB and L360 A-RGB. These are functionally the same coolers as the GAMMAXX L-series, but with a handful updates, such as an ambient air pressure balancer, and new addressable-RGB LED lighting elements on the pump-block and the included 120 mm fans. Each of the included 120 mm A-RGB fans spins between 500 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 69.34 CFM of air-flow, at up to 2.42 mm H₂O static pressure, and up to 30 dBA noise output. The fans feature hydro-dynamic bearings. Among the CPU socket types supported include AM4, LGA1200, and LGA2066. The company didn't reveal pricing.

DeepCool Intros MATREXX 40 Micro-ATX Case

DeepCool today introduced the MATREXX 40 Micro-ATX tower case. Its design is characterized by vertical ridges along the front panel, with air inlets between the ridges, which conceal a mesh, and two 140 mm / 120 mm front intakes, which can hold radiators up to 280 mm x 140 mm in size. Other ventilation options include two 140 mm / 120 mm top exhausts (which again, can hold radiators up to 280 mm in size); and a 120 mm rear exhaust.

The DeepCool MATREXX 40 features a conventional horizontally-partitioned interior, with the upper compartment serving up room for graphics cards up to 32 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.5 cm in height. Storage options include two 3.5-inch / 2.5-inch drive bays in the bottom compartment, and two 2.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray, where there's a 2 cm crawl-space for cable-management. The case comes with a tempered glass left side panel. The front-panel I/O, located at the top, includes one each of USB 3.0 type-A, USB 2.0, and HDA jacks. The case measures 400 mm x 215 mm x 431 mm; and is made mostly of SECC steel and ABS plastic. The company didn't reveal pricing.
DeepCool MATREXX 40

DeepCool Intros Macube 110 White Micro-ATX Chassis

DeepCool today debuted the Macube 110 line of Micro-ATX cases with the Macube 110 White. Featuring a slightly wider and deeper profile, this case can accommodate graphics cards up to 33 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.5 cm in height, in its roomy upper compartment. You can mount either three 120 mm or two 140 mm fans along the front panel, a pair of 140 mm or 120 mm fans along the top panel, and a 120 mm rear exhaust.

The Macube 110 White uses matte-white along its front, right-side, and top panels, while contrasting black makes up the interiors, the rear, and the tint of its tempered glass left side-panel. Storage options include two 3.5-inch mounts, and a pair of 2.5-inch mounts. A pair of USB 3.x type-A ports, and 4-pole 3.5 mm jack make up the front panel. The case measures 400 mm x 225 mm x 431 mm (LxWxH). The company didn't reveal pricing.
Deepcool Macube 110 white

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.

Deepcool Announces CASTLE 280EX CPU Liquid Cooler

DeepCool, a leading brand in designing and manufacturing CPU cooling systems further expands the size choices of its popular CASTLE EX series, by launching the CASTLE 280EX, a 280 mm AIO cooler with extraordinary cooling performance and exciting user experience. The CASTLE 280EX is equipped with patented Anti-Leak Technology that helps regulate pressure buildup to significantly improve operational safety and prevent leakage.

A stronger 3-phase motor provides higher cooling performance with an increased flow rate while keeping noise levels low. Designed from the inside out, the new dual-chamber pump features an optimized flow route for better heat exchange. With 25% more skived fins on the copper cold plate, the larger surface area effectively dissipates heat.Specially tuned Deepcool TF140 S fans deliver the extreme cooling performance for AIO liquid coolers by maximizing both static pressure and airflow.

DeepCool Intros Gamer Storm TF-120S and TF-140S Fans for Radiators

DeepCool today introduced the Gamer Storm TF-120S and TF-140S fan sets optimized for liquid-cooling applications owing to high static pressure, and a frame-design that's better suited for mounting along radiators. These fans are an evolution of the TF-series fans DeepCool debuted in 2015. The TF-120S is a 120 mm fan that comes in pack of four fans; while the TF-140S is a 140 mm fan, shipping in packs of three. Both SKUs include 4-port PWM fan hubs so a single PWM signal can power all fans in the set.

Much like the original TF-series from 2015, the TF-120S and TF-140S feature "double layer fan blade" design, which when combined with the "wasp waist" fan frame design work to increase air-flow and static pressure. The TF-120S spins between 500 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 64.4 CFM of air, with a pressure of 2.33 mm H₂O, and up to 32.1 dBA noise output at max speed; while the TF-140S does 400 to 1,600 RPM, pushing 97.03 CFM of air-flow, with 2.00 mm H₂O pressure, and up to 39.8 dBA noise output at max speed. The company didn't reveal pricing.

DeepCool Launches New Unique X-Frame MF120 GT A-RGB Fans

DeepCool, a leading brand in designing and manufacturing CPU cooling systems launches a brand new unique case fan, the MF120 GT, which features 20 addressable RGB LEDs across the X-Frame that shine through translucent fan blades to create a distinct look from either side in push or pull configurations.

Adjusting colors is easy with direct control through supported RGB software from popular motherboard brands and through Razer Chroma. An included RGB wire controller offers a quick alternative to select through various color profiles to match any build theme. Designed to perform as well as it looks, the MF120 GT provides great cooling performance and PWM control for balanced thermal and noise levels.

DeepCool Intros White Variants of its DQ-M V2L Power Supplies

DeepCool today introduced white trim of its recently launched DQ-M V2L modular power supplies. The white trim currently only includes one model, the DQ-750M V2L WH, a 750-Watt PSU. The trim includes matte-white steel making up most of the body, a brushed aluminium accent around the fan intake, while fan impeller, and a contrasting black grille. Much like the original DQ-M V2L, the DQ-M V2L WH offers 80 Plus Gold efficiency, full bridge LLC resonant converter, DC-to-DC switching, and active PFC. Connectors include a 24-pin ATX, two 4+4 pin EPS, four 6+2 pin PCIe power, and seven SATA power connectors. The PSU offers fully-modular, flat ribbon-type cables matching the white color trim. The company didn't reveal pricing.

DeepCool GamerStorm DQ-M V2L Series Full-Modular PSUs Pictured

DeepCool is expanding its GamerStorm brand of power supplies with the new upper-mainstream DQ-M V2L line. These PSUs come in capacities of 650 W (DQ650-M-V2L), 750 W (DQ750-M-V2L), and 850 W (DQ-850M-V2L) models, offering 80 Plus Gold efficiency, and full-modular cabling. Under the hood, these feature APFC, DC-to-DC switching, 2-stage EM filter, 100% Japanese capacitors, and unified single +12 V rails, as opposed to the application-specific split rail design of the original DQ-M series. Most common electrical protections, against over/under voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit, are provided.

While the original DQ-M had +12 V rails dedicated to each of the connectors, the new DQ-M V2L series feature a more conventional single +12 V rail design. All three variants offer one 24-pin ATX, two 4+4 pin EPS, and four 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors. The 650 W and 750 W variants offer 7 SATA power, while the 850 W variant offers 10. A 120 mm fluid-dynamic bearing fan is used for cooling on all three models. DeepCool is backing these PSUs with 10-year warranties. All cables, including the 24-pin, are flat, ribbon-type. The company didn't reveal pricing information, but is expected to formally launch the three on July 14, Stateside.

DeepCool Also Intros GAMMAXX 400 Pro CPU Cooler

DeepCool today also rolled out the GAMMAXX 400 Pro tower-type CPU cooler. This cooler is nearly identical to the GAMMAXX 400 EX that the company announced in May, with the exception of the included pair of 120 mm fans. Besides the obvious distinguishing feature being the blue LED illumination, the fans included with the new GAMMAXX 400 Pro spin up to 1,650 RPM (compared to 1,500 RPM of the GAMMAXX Pro EX), pushing up to 64.5 CFM of air (up to 52 CFM on the older cooler). The underlying heatsink is identical between the two coolers: a tower-type fin-stack featuring 52 aluminium fins, to which heat drawn from the direct-touch base is conveyed by four 6 mm thick copper heat pipes. The company didn't reveal pricing.
DeepCool GAMMAXX 400 Pro

DeepCool Announces the MATREXX 55 V3 Tempered Glass mid-tower Case

DeepCool seems to have a habit of reusing names, the MATREXX 55 V3 is the 12th case bearing the MATREXX 55 name. This version in particular is a variant of the MATREXX 55 V3 ADD-RGB 3F launched last December omitting the front RGB fans. Naming shenanigans aside this case could be a real value proposition considering its RRP of $49 USD and impressive feature set.

The case has 4 mm thick tempered glass front and left side panels, the front panel also features an addressable RGB strip. I / O consists of a USB 2 and USB 3 port, audio in/out and a RGB button. The case can accommodate up to motherboards up to E-ATX, has 7 expansion slots, has room for 2 3.5" drives and a further 2 2.5" drives. In terms of fan/radiator compatibility you can fit 3 front 120 mm / 140 mm, 2 top 140 mm / 120 mm and a rear 120 mm. While the case is expected to debut first in Asian countries we can expect some worldwide availability.

DeepCool Rolls Out the MATREXX 55 PWM 2F E-ATX Case

DeepCool today rolled out the MATREXX 55 PWM 2F, a variant of the original MATREXX 55 from 2018, but a sibling of the more recent MATREXX 55 Mesh 4F from earlier this year, which replaces the tempered glass front panel with an airy steel mesh that lets the front intake fans breathe better. What sets this case apart from the Mesh 4F is the set of pre-installed fans. While the 4F includes four DC fans (three pre-installed along the front intake and one at the rear exhaust), the new MATREXX 55 PWM 2F includes just two fans, one at the front and the other out back. It's just that these included fans are of a higher quality, with 4-pin PWM input, and possibly a higher service life bearing.

The case is otherwise identical to the Mesh 4F, with its horizontally partitioned interior with room for motherboards up to E-ATX length, graphics cards that are up to 37 cm long, and CPU coolers up to 16.8 cm in height. Storage areas include two 3.5-inch drive bays that can each hold 2.5-inch drives, and two additional 2.5-inch mounts. Among the fan mounts are three 140/120 mm front, two 140/120 mm top, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The case measures 440 mm x 210 mm x 480 mm (HxWxD), weighing 6.6 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing, but it could be identical to the Mesh 4F, at around $80.

DeepCool Rolls Out MATREXX 30 SI, Minimalist M-ATX Case

DeepCool today rolled out the MATREXX 30 SI, a sober-looking minimalist Micro-ATX case for those who don't like to stare at the innards of a computer. Its design is characterized with opaque black steel side panels, an all-black interior, and a ridged front design that has slits between the ridges that serve as the front intake. The front-panel I/O is located at the top of this panel.

Inside, you get room for a Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX motherboard, a conventional ATX power supply, and plenty of storage options - two 5.25-inch bays, from which one is external; three 3.5-inch bays, and two additional 2.5-inch mounts. Behind the motherboard tray is 1.5 cm of crawlspace to route cables through. The main chamber offers clearance for graphics cards up to 25 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 15.1 cm in height. Cooling options include one 120 mm front intake, and a 120 mm rear exhaust, from which the exhaust fan comes pre-installed. Front-panel connectivity includes a pair of USB ports and HDA jacks. We expect this case to be priced around $30.

DeepCool MATREXX 55 Mesh 4F Loses the Glass Facade for an Airy Mesh

One of the emerging trends with tempered glass front faces is the option to have a metal mesh front panel that serves as an airy intake, as more PC builders opt to install radiators there. The MATREXX 55 Mesh 4F from DeepCool follows this trend, and loses the prominent tempered glass front facade to a black mesh intake over the three 120 mm fan mounts. The rest of its design is identical to that of the original. A tinted tempered glass panel continues to dominate the left side. Behind it is a conventional horizontally-partitioned layout. The bottom compartment has room for two 3.5-inch drive bays, Two additional 2.5-inch drives can be mounted along the motherboard tray, which has room for graphics cards up to 37 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.8 cm in height. DeepCool is including four 120 mm fans that have addressable RGB LED illumination; three of which are factory-fitted along the front intakes, and one at the rear exhaust. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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