Deepcool released its first computer case: PANGU ATX Mid-tower, which means the beginning of an era of cooling-focused cases.
The front and top panels are covered with metal mesh. These two panels have a special design to allow for quick removal of cooling installation and components cleaning. Behind both panels, 2x 120mm can be installed and DEEPCOOL includes 2x blue LED fans in the front. In total, 6x 120mm fans can be mounted around the frame (2x front, 2x top, 1x rear, 1x bottom). More than that, the inside cooling fan bracket attached on the 5.25" drive bay supports another 120mm fan. With a rotating mechanism, the fan can target at the CPU heatsink or down at the VGA cards. Two water cooling grommets are located on the rear.
There are two 5.25" drive bays and six 3.5" drive bays which can accommodate 2.5" SSDs. The top three 3.5" HDD brackets in a rack can be removed for you to fit your long VGA card up to 400mm. On the rear are 7 expansion slots that are also tool free design.
With a gap of 22mm between the motherboard tray and the side panel, cables can be routed quite well to get the airflow smoothly running within the case. With a wide cut-out on the motherboard tray, CPU heatsink can be installed without removing your motherboard.
On the top are two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 ports and audio input/output jacks. As a Mid-tower case, the dimensions of PANGU are 498×205×477mm and supports ATX, Flex ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ATX and Mini ITX motherboards.
PANGU Mid-tower computer case will be available worldwide from October for a suggested price of $85.