Deepcool has released a new and improved version of its MARTEXX 55 case that was originally launched back in 2018. The updated MATREXX 55 PWM 2F E-ATX Case variant is equipped with two fans and a mesh front panel to maximise airflow and improve cooling.
This latest iteration of the Deepcool MATREXX 55 is virtually identical in many ways to the recently released MATREXX 55 MESH ADD-RGB, 4F that first brought the mesh front panel design to the MATREXX 55 series. However, unlike the 4F which includes four fans, the MATREXX 5 2F includes just two fans, one at the front and one in the rear exhaust location.
The internal structure and layout of the MATREXX 55 PWM 2F remain the same as always, with a mid-tower form factor and support for motherboards up to E-ATX size. The mesh front panel provides abundant airflow while retaining the understated MATREXX 55 appearance, with a 4mm tempered glass side panel showcasing internal components.
Even with the understated appearance that lends itself to being used for more modest systems. The Deepcool MATREXX 55 PWM 2F case offers plenty of options when it comes to cooling. There is support for multiple radiators including up to 280mm in the top of the case and 120mm at the rear, while at the front is enough space for up to 360mm radiators to be installed. In addition to this multiple radiator support, there is also provisions for up to six fans to be installed inside the MATREXX 55.
Storage device compatibility is also well thought out in the MATREXX 55 PWM 2F chassis too, with space for up to four 2.5” drives and two 3.5” HDDs. The case also supports CPU coolers up to 168mm tall, graphics cards up to 370mm long and power supplies less than 170mm in length. 23mm of cable management space is available behind the motherboard tray and a power supply shroud hides away untidy looking cables.
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KitGuru says: Although Deepcool has not confirmed the price or availability of the MATREXX 55 PWM 2F E-ATX Case just yet, we expect it to be a cost-effective solution and in line with other cases from the MATREXX 55 series. What do you guys think of it?