Deepcool unveils the Dukase PC chassis

Deepcool unveils the Dukase PC chassis

The Chinese maker of PC chassis and power supply units (PSUs) Deepcool has announced a new computer chassis known as Dukase. The novelty is made of SPCC steel and measures 482.7 x 213.4 x 504 mm (L x W x H) for total weight of 5.85 kilograms (net).

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The Deepcool Dukase PC case is available in stylish black only and sports several new features that you cannot see in other PC cases. The chassis supports ATX form factor motherboards and features a special suspension style design of the top panel that makes it easy to clean and excellent for cooling. There’s also a fan speed controller on top that can adjust up to three fans at once.

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Inside the Dukase can house ATX, micro-ATX and min-ITX motherboards as well as ATX-compatible PSUs and up to seven expansion cards that are up to 390 mm long. There’s enough space for CPU coolers that are as high as 170 mm and the Dukase has support for up to two 5.25-inch drives, up to three 3.5-inch drives and up to three 2.5-inch drives. The case also supports several cooling fans – one fan comes pre-installed in the back and there are two spots up front for two 120 mm fans or a single spot for one 140 mm cooling fan as well as fan spots on top that can take 120/140/240/280 mm fans. The case also supports radiators with sizes of up to 310 mm.

The new Deepcool Dukase PC case will be in stores in December. The case will sell for USD 70.

Source: Guru3D.com

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