DeepCool’s Genome is an Amazing Liquid-Cooled PC Case
Owning a high end rig is one thing but equipping it with a suitable cooling system is an issue of its own. While many of the PC gamers cook up cooling systems themselves, it is always better to own a top notch case that does the work for you in that regard.
DeepCool is offering you just that with a PC case that they prefer to call “an extreme liquid cooling solution” instead of a PC case; say hello to Genome. Here’s what the official website says about it.
PC enthusiasts have been suffering a hard case for years that it’s quite difficult for most of the PC consumers to build up an extreme liquid cooling system by themselves. To improve PC user experience is why DEEPCOOL comes up with the product. Genome is a PC hardware component, consists of an ATX PC case and an extreme liquid cooling system.
Talking of the extreme liquid-based cooling system, DeepCool says that the “pre-installed extreme liquid cooling system consists of a 360mm radiator, 3 PWM fans and a reservoir with helix” that “offers PC gamers not only cyclic great cooling performance but also an aesthetic design.”
Then there is the side view window that keeps the hardware visible. It also comes with a “logical holes design” that will allow you to manage the cables better and avoid the clusterfuck.
It has independent mounting spots for two 2.5″ SSDs and “newly designed 3.5 inch HDD mounting positions” and although it doesn’t come with a PCI-E extension cable, there are extra slots for vertical GPU placing.
In case you want the “longest 330mm Graphic Card ×2SLI” DeepCool Genome comes with an extended window for that as well.
Genome will $249.99 when it launches later this month.
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