Deepcool presents new Dukase PC case

Deepcool presents new Dukase PC case

The Dukase PC chassis was one of the products Deepcool released last year. The case was not big news but it was functional, nice to look at and came with a low price. Nearly a year later Deepcool has decided to release a new Dukase case that will improve on the first version. Not surprisingly the new case is known as Dukase V2.

The new Dukase case keeps most of the looks of the first such case but there are some slight changes up front and the acrylic window to the side has been more closely integrated with the entire PC case. The Dukase V2 is made of 0.7mm thick steel sheets and measures 482.7 x 202 x 504 mm for total weight of 7.03 kilograms. The new Deepcool case is compatible with ATX, micro ATX and mini ITX motherboards and has enough internal space to accommodate video cards that are up to 390 mm long, CPU coolers that are up to 160 mm tall and PSUs that are up to 170 mm long. The case has seven expansion slots and in addition there are three 2.5-inch drive bays, two universal 2.5-inch/3.5-inch bays, one 3.5-inch bay and two external 5.25-inch bays for various optical drives and SSDs/HDDs. The Dukase V2 comes with a single 120 mm cooling fan in the back but the case supports two more 120 mm fans or a single 140 mm fan up front. On top users can install two 120 mm fans or one 140 mm fan. The case also supports liquid cooling solutions – you can install a 120 mm radiator in the back and a 240/280mm on the top panel. Moreover the Dukase V2 comes with a pre-installed fan speed controller that supports up to three fans.

The new Dukase case is available in two versions – entirely black and colored in white with a black front panel. The case is now available with the black case selling for USD 70, while the white/black version costing USD 75.

Source: Deepcool

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