DeepCool's new case makes your PC a real star

DeepCool's new case makes your PC a real star

Through a press release, DeepCool has announced its new QuadStellar Infinity case, which takes up and renews the design of the QuadStellar model to offer a modern look to those who need a chassis for their high-end configuration, maybe even for any flashy mods.

Photo Credit: DeepCool The compartmentalized design of the QuadStellar Infinity serves two main purposes: one is for aesthetics and the other is for highly functional cooling. The six tempered glass panels, throughout the frame, are able to offer a unique perspective and at the same time show the components individually. In fact, the front panels of each capsule can be opened manually and individually, in order to ensure additional airflow, while four RGB LED light strips are integrated into the front panel, while a practical central power button allows you to start the system in a unique way.

Product dimensions 540x487x494 mm Color Black Net weight 14,3Kg Motherboard format Mini-ITX/Micro-ATX/ATX/E-ATX Front I/O ports USB Type-C, Audiox1 Expansion slots 14 Slots (8+6) Radiator support 120/240/360 mm CPU cooler maximum height 135mm Power supply type ATX PS2 (max length: 210 mm) Warranty 2 years As for cooling, the QuadStellar Infinity case offers the support for radiators up to 360mm and up to 9 x 120mm fans and 2 x 80mm fans to ensure a large airflow. Behind the motherboard it will be possible to easily install up to 3 3.5″ storage drives or 3 2.5″ storage drives. The chassis is also capable of

support large graphics cards up to 360mm in length, while the front panel I/O features a USB 3.2 Type-C port and a combined audio jack.

The case DeepCool QuadStellar Infinity will be available in Italy from January 2023 at a price of around 360 euros.