DeepCool is revamping its PC component line-up this week with the introduction of the new CG560 and CG540 mid-tower ATX cases, as well as the new, very sleek looking AK620 dual-tower CPU cooler.
Whether you are looking for airflow optimized front panels or sharp and pristine tempered glass, the all new CG560 and CG540 mid-tower ATX cases offer both. The CG560 sports a crosshair patterned mesh front panel that allows for optimal airflow, while the CG540 has a tempered glass front panel that shows a similar crosshair etched pattern.
DeepCool’s new performance cooling fans are included with both cases. The CG560 and CG540 both feature three 120mm ARGB fans and one 140mm performance fan. The interior supports liquid cooling radiators up to 280mm/360mm through the front panel and up to 240mm/280mm on the top panel. The CG560 and CG540 have two 2.5in SSD mounts and two 3.5in HDD trays in a removable cage for storage support. The front I/O features two USB 3.0 and a RGB controller for the pre-installed ARGB fans.
DeepCool also has a brand new CPU cooler debuting too – the AK620. Sporting a dual-tower heatsink, a precision-machined convex base and six heat pipes running along two high density fin stacks, the AK620 can tame up to 260W of heat dissipation.
The cooler comes with two DeepCool FT120 PWM fans with fluid dynamic bearings for longevity and low-noise while maintaining high performance cooling.
The DeepCool CG540 & CG560 cases will be available starting in October for £74.99. The AK620 CPU cooler will be available starting this month for £59.99.
KitGuru Says: We’ll be taking a closer look at these soon, so stay tuned for reviews.
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