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Computex 2023: DeepCool shows off modular Morpheus case, Assassin IV Cooler returns

Our team has landed in Taipei for Computex this week and we are kicking things off with our first visit at DeepCool! At Computex this year, DeepCool is announcing a slew of new coolers, including the new Assassin IV and a new low-profile cooler that Leo is particularly impressed by. 

Watch via YouTube below:


  • 00:00 Coolers
  • 01:29 Power Supplies
  • 02:40 Assassin IV
  • 03:18 Morpheus Cases

At the start of the video we get a good look at the AK Digital Air Cooler, which will be launching in both black and white with no price premium for the white version. There will be a full-fat version and a slimmer version sporting just one fan and a smaller heatsink but as Leo notes in the video, both versions are rated to handle the same TDP. The more exciting cooler in our view is the AN600, a top-down ‘low profile' CPU cooler that also provides cooling for RAM and VRMs. It is rated to handle a 160W TDP, which would put it up there as one of the best top-down air coolers on the market. Still, it is not quite small enough to be considered ITX-friendly.

Back at CES in January, we saw new Gold-rated power supplies from DeepCool. Now a few months later, the company has its Platinum line of PSUs ready to go, offering 80+ Platinum-rated efficiency, ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0 compliancy and modular cables so you can keep your build nice and tidy.

The Assassin IV cooler was first introduced at CES this year, but DeepCool has been quiet since then. At Computex, the cooler has returned, so we reckon it can't be far off from release at this point. The cooler appears to have a huge amount of potential, so we're looking forward to finally getting our hands on one for testing.

Finally, we have the new Morpheus case from DeepCool. Likely arriving in the second half of the year, this case takes on the modular design concept, with panels that can be arranged in different ways, providing choice in build layout and features. It'll be on the higher end of the case market though, likely set to launch at around $220 USD.

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KitGuru Says: That's our DeepCool rundown but there is plenty more to come so stay tuned for more coverage from Computex 2023! 

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