DeepCool is appealing to the compact PC crowd this month with the launch of the new MATREXX 40 3FS case. This is an mATX chassis with “enhanced airflow and cooling capabilities in a smaller form factor”.
That enhanced airflow comes via the mesh front panel and a mesh top panel, ensuring proper airflow throughout the case. The chassis also comes equipped with three Tri-Colour LED fans, two in the front and another in the rear. If you want to add more fans yourself, then you have space for up to six 120mm fans or four 140mm fans. For liquid cooling, you can fit up to a 280mm radiator in the front or roof of the case.
Aside from a focus on cooling, the MATREXX 40 3FS also has other practical features to make PC building a breeze. There is ample clearance for components, with room for up to 320mm long graphics cards, up to 160mm long power supplies and up to 165mm tall CPU coolers. You will also find dust filters to help keep the system clean and an edge-to-edge tempered glass side panel to showcase your rig in style.
As far as storage options go, this case supports up to two 2.5-inch drives mounted directly to the chassis and another two 3.5-inch drives can be mounted inside a removable drive cage.
The DeepCool MATREXX 40 3FS is available starting this month, priced at £39.99.
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