Deepcool Dukase Mid-Tower Case Review

Introduction

Deepcool have come out with a couple of wacky cases in the past, (Steam Castle, anyone?).  The Dukase, however, is a more traditional case aimed at the more entry level market.  It’s got a removable top panel as well as a front door, which are nice to have at an entry level.  The Dukase boasts some other features typically reserved for more expensive cases as well, including SSD trays, removable 5.25″ bays and a PSU shroud.

 

At the time of review, Version 2 of the Dukase can be had on Newegg for $60-$70 depending on colors

 

Specifications from Deepcool

Materials Steel and Plastic
Product Dimension L 482.7 × W 213.4 × H 504mm
Weight 6.49kg
5.25″ Drive Bays 2
3.5″ Drive Bays 3
2.5″ Drive Bays 3
I/O Panel 1 × USB3.0, 1 × USB2.0, 1 x Audio (HD), 1 x Mic
Expansion Slots 7 (slot covers fixed by screws for easy removing and reuse)
Cooling Fans Pre-installed:
Rear: 1×120mm fan;
Optional:
Front: 2×120mm or 1×140mm
Top: 120/240/140/280mm (L×W×H not exceed 310×140×56mm)
Power Supply Type ATX (Length less than 170mm)
CPU Cooler Compatibility 170mm height
VGA Compatibility 390mm
Motherboards ATX, MICRO ATX, MINI-ITX

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