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New Deepcool PSU’s, Cooler & Chassis At CeBIT 2014



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We stopped by the Deepcool booth at CeBIT 2014 to take a quick look at their current and upcoming product ranges for this year. First up we have the Lucifer as well as their new low profile series (pictured below), we actually reviewed the Lucifer a few weeks back, so if you would like to know more you can read the full review right here.

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Unfortunately they didn’t have any product name cards out, so I don’t have the model numbers for these coolers. Of course you can see that they are mid to high end products as the left one packs four heat pipes and the right one packs six heat pipes, both feature dual towers and high performance 120mm and 140mm fans respectively. I have no doubt these things will shift some serious heat, but we’ll have to ask Deepcool for samples so we can tell you how good they actually are.

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On display here we see their new Quanta series of PSU’s, all semi modular and all packing some series power that will prove popular with those running multiple GPU’s for gaming or mining. Available in 750, 1000 and 1250W variants and high quality Japanese capacitors.

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Deepcool tackle the world of Steampunk with their  mini ITX gaming chassis, it may not be to everyone’s taste, but I think it looks rather funky.

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Next up we have the Aurora PSUP’s, targeted a budget friendly end of the market these are ideal for low to mid power system,s although those wanting an extra kick for a multi GPU setup can enjoy the semi-modular, flat cable equippped DA700.

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That’s all from the Deep Cool booth for now, but we’ll have more for you over the next few weeks as we get our hands on some of the products we have seen here today.


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