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Deep Cool shows off new AIO coolers and cases at Computex

Computex 2015 took place last week but our coverage continues, after all, there was a lot to see this year. At the trade show last week, Deep Cool displayed its new range of cases, alongside some new Maelstrom All in One liquid coolers and a new fan design. 

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First up, let’s take a look at the Tristellar Mini-ITX case, featuring three compartments built out of aluminium, with a unique look and a fairly hefty price tag, coming in at £400. There will also be a hand made variant but that one will sell for £500.

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There is also a new carbon design case known as the Nephrite. The images do make it look as though the side panel is two-toned but lighting conditions at these events are never ideal, Leo has assured us that the side panel is in-fact uniform in color to the rest of the case.

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There were also new all in one liquid coolers (AIO units) from the Maelstrom series. These come equipped with new T5 fans, which feature a slit in each fan blade, which may help with noise by letting air pass through easier.

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KitGuru Says: Deep Cool has some interesting things on display this year. What do you guys think of the new cases and AIO’s? 

Thanks again to Leo Waldock for attending Computex 2015 on behalf of KitGuru.

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