Deepcool Baronkase Liquid mATX Case Now Available
Ron Perillo / 4 years ago
Deepcool‘s Baronkase Liquid compact mid-tower case is now available. The chassis is a standard height mATX case, but it is re-configurable for fitting ATX motherboards as well. This is possible through the option of mounting the PSU at the top front of the chassis instead. The Baronkase is available in a white or black version, both having RGB LED system pre-installed. Moreover, the compact chassis actually comes with a built-in liquid cooler system. This system is an all-in-one self-contained type, which means users do not need to maintain it over time. Other than of course, cleaning out dust build up on the fans and radiator area.
The RGB Lighting system includes an RGB LED fan, an RGB waterblock, an RGB flow-rotor unit and RGB LED front lighting. This integrated AIO comes with a 120mm radiator as well at the top position. The flow-rotor unit is a visible reservoir indicating the liquid flow moving in the loop. If the rotor stops moving, it means the system is off or the pump is not working.
Like most chassis these days, the Baronkase also uses tempered glass side panels, while the front is an all-metal design. Since most users have long graphics cards, the plate cover along the front can also be adjusted to allocate installation. The maximum video card length support inside is in fact 340mm.
Pricing Information and Availability
The Deepcool Baronkase is now available for pre-order via Amazon.com. The black version is slightly more affordable at $139.99, while the white version costs $10 more at $149.99 USD. That seems like a fairly good price since it includes the AIO. In fact, most AIOs in the market cost around $110 USD. So for only $30 more, users can get a tempered-glass side panel chassis with RGB LED.