A big thank you to Deepcool for supplying the review sample.
Deepcool is no newcomer to the market, having been around since 1996. However, In recent years, they have really begun focusing heavily on the enthusiast DIY market by delivering solid products, including cases, power supplies, heatsinks, fans, and all-in-one liquid coolers. On top of that, you can also say that the company marches to the beat of their own drum. You can see it in the products they deliver, which have a unique flair that is readily apparent, such as with the Steam Castle and Quadstellar chassis or their unique all-in-one liquid coolers with glass tubing. These examples, among many others, showcase their ability to think outside the box along with a willingness to try new things. For these reasons and many more, Deepcool continues to excel in the DIY PC market.
In today's review, I take a close look at the Deepcool Castle 360EX. This latest all-in-one liquid cooling option features a new pump design over the previously reviewed Captain 240 PRO. While the two have many of the same features, including Deepcool's much-touted Anti-leak technology, the two differ when it comes to the RGB lighting. Instead of going with illuminated fans and pump like on the Captain 240 PRO, Deepcool has only used LEDs on the Castle 360EX pump, making for a much more subdued design, which should make it more appealing to those who want RGB lighting, but don't want to go all out either. So without further ado, let's take a closer look at what the Gamer Storm Castle 360EX brings to the table.