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The DeepCool Quadstellar returns with improved design

A few years ago, Deepcool launched its most unique case to date, the Quadstellar, comprised of four compartments and designed with over-the-top PC builds in mind. This year, DeepCool is launching the Quadstellar Infinity with a number of improvements. 

The compartmentalized design of the QUADSTELLAR INFINITY serves two primary purposes, one is aesthetics and the other is functional cooling. There are six tempered glass panels throughout the chassis, giving a unique perspective on the hardware inside. The front panels of each capsule can individually be opened manually for additional airflow. As you can see from the images below, there are also four RGB LED strips integrated into the front panel, leading up to the power button at the centre.

As you might expect from a high-end case like this one, there is extensive liquid cooling support for custom loops. You can mount up to 360mm radiators, and up to nine 120mm fans in the case, as well as an additional two 80mm fans. You can see the full specs of the case below:

Product Dimensions (LxWxH) 540x487x494mm
Colour Black
Net Weight 14.3Kg
Materials ABS + SPCC + AL + Tempered Glass
Motherboard Mini-ITX / Micro-ATX / ATX / E-ATX
Front I/O Ports USB Type-C, Audio×1
2.5” Drive Bays 3
3.5” Drive Bays 3
Expansion Slots 14 Slots (8+6)
Fan Support Front: 5x 120mm
Side: 9x 120mm
Rear: 1× 120mm
Radiator Support Front: 120/240/360mm
Top: 120/240/360mm
CPU Cooler Height Limit 135mm
GPU Length Limit 380mm
Power Supply Type ATX PS2 (maximum length: 210mm)
Warranty 2 Years

The DeepCool Quadstellar Infinity will be available starting this month, priced at £299.99.

KitGuru Says: The Quadstellar is one of the most unique and eye-catching cases we've seen, but it does come at a hefty price. Would you like to build a system inside one of these? 

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