DeepCool is a name we normally associate with cooling products, but recently they have introduced a few cases. At CES 2014 DeepCool introduced a Steampunk-themed micro ATX / mini ITX case called the Steam Castle.
As you can see from the photos the Steam Castle has a very unique design and is something you normally don’t see these days when it comes to cases, which I think is something we need. The case has the official dimension of 420 mm x 390 mm x 260 mm (WxHxD). Inside you can fit quite a lot of hardware including mini ITX and micro ATX cases, six hard drives, a full-sized power supply, long video cards up to 340 mm and CPU coolers with a height of 180 mm.
As far as cooling goes the case supports a single 120/140/180 mm fan on the front, a 120/140 mm fan on the back and two 120 mm fans on the top. There are 4 Steampunk-styled vents on the top that will actually change colors. There is an option for a side panel window so you can show off all of your hardware inside. The case also has USB 3.0 support.
No word yet when the Steam Castle will be available for sale or the price.
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