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  1. HERE My project EVIL MASTER this project is made for an amazing light effects this is the case starting with the sire panel with INNO3D logo graphics on the frames
  2. This year at CES 2017, Deepcool released the most new case models of any other case manufacturer! But, the surprising fact, was that three of the four new cases have integrated AIO liquid cooling setups. They should be available for purchase after Q2 of 2017. Plus this year, Deepcool introduced Two (2) new 120mm Fan series with RGB and aluminum chassis. (see below). The Fans will be available in sets of Three (3) with a RGB Fan Controller. (Around $90-$100). The Fan Controller will be able to control Fan and lighting functions through your PC or using an App installed on your Smart Phone! QUADSTELLAR Four-cabin Design ATX Computer Case: With the integral structure split into four individual cabins for graphic card, motherboard, power supply and hard disk drive separately, QUADSTELLAR now achieves a new significant breakthrough in providing innovative PC thermal solution by isolating the hottest components into separate compartments and maintaining high compatibility meanwhile. The second noteworthy feature here is the included automatic air intake system which is able to adjust the air flow for a stable cooling performance thanks to the intelligent temperature sensors inside. Available in May, 2017 NEW ARK 90 ATX PC Case Encompassing Pre-installed Captain 280EX Liquid Cooling System with RGB Lighting Effects: NEW ARK 90 is a sleek high end PC case with top and side panels completely made of optimized tempered glass, offering a clear full view of the interior. It features a pre-installed Captain 280EX AIO liquid cooling system incorporating an exposed liquid reservoir and a specially designed flow indicator which makes the flow rate of the coolant clearly visible. Besides, three 140mm fans are also pre-installed, so to maintain a remarkable cooling performance for your whole rig is undisputed with this case.Available in May, 2017 EARLKASE LIQUID ATX PC Case Encompassing Pre-installed Captain 140EX Liquid Cooling System with RGB Lighting Effects: EARLKASE LIQUID is an ATX PC case with the whole side panel completely made of tempered glass for a clear full view of the interior. A built-in angled panel separates the interior space into two parts simplifying cable management for an ultra clean looking build.It also features a pre-installed Captain 140EX AIO liquid cooling system incorporating a specially designed flow indicator which makes the flow rate of the coolant clearly visible. The integrated RGB lighting system allows simultaneous color changing on different parts of the system including flow indicator, water block, and LED strip.MSRP: 149.99 USD Available in April, 2017 BARONKASE LIQUID Pre-installed Captain 120EX Liquid Cooling System with RGB Lighting Effects BARONKASE LIQUID is an all-metal Micro-ATX body that supports ATX motherboards with a solid metal handle at the top making it an ideal solution for a portable VR-ready PC. It features the Captain 120EX AIO liquid cooling system incorporating a specially designed flow indicator which makes the flow rate of the coolant clearly visible.The integrated RGB lighting system allows simultaneous color changing of different parts of the system including flow indicator, water block, SSD shroud and LED strip. One illuminated 2.5” drive bay is vertically orientated so it can be clearly seen through the side window.MSRP: 129.99 USD Available in April, 2017 MF120GT – Detachable Fan Frame with App-Controlled RGB Lighting: MF120GT delivers excellent vibration damping capability as a result of using a specially optimized aluminium alloy material. The aluminium fan frame is detachable for easy cleaning and optimum performance.With the mission of initiating a new era in RGB cooling, illumination is provided by an innovative double V shape RGB lighting system which generates 16.8 million colors for creative lighting effects. In addition, the Double-layer blade design generates a stronger air pressure. Fan speed can be varied by PWM over the range 500-2200 RPM, and high reliability is delivered by the Fluid Dynamic Bearing used in the fan. For more flexibility and convenience, Custom App GS Control is available for the control of the lighting system and fan speed. MSRP: 99 USD (3 pcs of fans RGB controller) Available in April, 2017 MF120 - Frameless Design with App-Controlled RGB Lighting: MF120 delivers excellent vibration damping capability also by using a specially optimized aluminium alloy material. Its frameless design will be a surprise for all enthusiasts as the rotation of the exposed blades is more visible.There is a built-in parallel RGB lighting system to match your other components of any color, which generates 16.8 million colors to deliver high quality lighting effects. In addition, the Double-layer blade design generates a stronger air pressure. Fan speed can be varied by PWM over the range 500-2200 RPM, and high reliability is delivered by the Fluid Dynamic Bearing used in the fan. For more flexibility and convenience, Custom App GS Control is available for the control of the lighting system and fan speed. MSRP: 89 USD (3 pcs of fans RGB controller) Available in April, 2017 Captain EX RGB – Integrating RGB Variable Lighting System: Captain EX RGB retains all the key features of the Captain EX Series, now integrating the latest RGB variable lighting system which encorporates pump and LED strips for a more excellent visual experience. Either using a cable controller included or a computer software supported by motherboard with RGB Header, you can adjust the lighting modes freely as you want.MSRP: Captain 120EX RGB – 99.99 USD Captain 240EX RGB – 129.99 USD Available in March, 2017
  3. 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 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. Check out the Full Review Here!
  4. It's been seen before, but DEEPCOOL's Steam Castle mATX case looks sweet. I'd love to check one of these babies out. The top fan vents give it a great look and I love the grill accents on the front. What do you guys think? I know Bill liked it from a sci-fi standpoint too, broad appeal with this one. Oh, mATX board setup by the way. DEEPCOOL's facebook on the Steam Castle: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.728382033846738.1073741960.122021847816096&type=3
  5. Hey there guys 'n gals, I just wanted to drop by again and show you my latest PC case review. I've more coming very soon as well, but this is my latest. Thanks for checking it out, and I'd appreciate any feedback you may have, either on here, on the article and/or on the YouTube video. *thumbs up* Article url: http://www.dragonblogger.com/review-deepcool-pangu-v2-sw-pc-case Btw, I actually have 2 of this case, and my son wants 1 of them for his PC, so the Warhammer mod I was going to do last year is now being changed up a lot and done with 1 of these cases. We're both very excited for it, and when I start the post on there, I'll let y'all know. Hopefully it'll be very soon though. Anyway... Oh yes, before I forget, our good pal Iggy "Zangza" Castillo also did a review and build-in with the Corsair Obsidian 450d as well: http://www.dragonblogger.com/unboxing-and-how-to-build-a-pc-using-a-corsair-obsidian-450d/ so check that out too, please, if you're interested. It really is done quite well and is very informative.
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