Deepcool's new Genome case sports built-in liquid cooling

Deepcool packs AIO liquid cooling in a performance mid-tower ATX case to house high-performance gaming rigs.

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Published Fri, Jan 8 2016 2:48 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:02 PM CST

CES 2016 - Deepcool's new Genome case combines the spacious utility of a performance PC chassis with a complete AIO closed-loop cooling system.

Set in a mid-tower form factor, the Genome case sports an integrated AIO closed-loop CPU liquid cooling system that works in tandem with a fan array to maintain excellent heat processing in ATX PC builds. The cooling system rocks a 360mm radiator equipped with 3x LED-lit PWM fans, and the liquid cooling solution is held in a wicked T-Virus-esque helix spiral surrounded by a glass tube.

The case can fit video cards up to 300mm in length and supports 2X SLI, and measures 506mm x 210mm x 510mm with a hefty weight of 21.5 pounds. It features a 120mm exhaust fan, 20mm radiators on the front and rear, 1x 120mm fan at 7x expansion cards, 4x 2.5" SSD drive bays and 2x 3.5" HDD bays and doesn't accommodate 5.5" drives.

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A viewing window is provided to show off your rig, and logically-placed holes rimmed with grommets makes cable management a breeze. Other features include top panel tweak for superior ventilation, a dust-filter, and an anti-vibration rubber mounts for the power supply.

Users can also rotate installed video cards to a vertical position. However, no PCI riser ribbon cables are included with the case. We're not sure if GPU block cooling will be supported at this time.

The DeepCool Genome will be available starting this month at a price point of $249.99.

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