DeepCool CH510 Digital Mesh PC Case Review

How Much Does it Cost?

The DeepCool CH510 Mesh Digital Mid Tower Tempered Glass PC Gaming Case is available now from Scan for a very reasonable £69.98. Honestly, I was expecting this to be much more like £99.99, so I’m pleasantly surprised to see it is so affordable. Of course, the cost is kept down by not including any front intake fans, but I’d likely strip out the stock fans for my own anyway, so that’s no big loss to me, but something you should certainly keep in mind.


DeepCool has played it pretty safe with this case, building it by the numbers to meet the common expectations of a modern PC gaming case. It’s a mid-tower, so while it’s not overly large, it will still support most modern enthusiast hardware without too many compromises. Such as an RTX 4090 will fit, but you may be limited on front radiator options. However, since it supports a 360mm in the top too, it’s easy to work around that.

There’s a huge amount of mesh intake on the front of the case, there’s even more up on the top of the case, and a little on the right-side panel. Of course, there’s a fan exhaust at the back, and a separate intake for the PSU too, so airflow is excellent throughout. However, you will need to provide your own fans, as there’s only a single 120mm in the rear of the case, but at £69.98 I think that is more than fairly reflected in the price tag.

I love the rather stealthy black paint job, it made it a nightmare to photograph, but I can’t argue with how good it looks in person. It provides such a stealthy interior that any black hardware and cables just fade into the inky darkness. The gloss on the top part of the front panel will likely be a dust and fingerprint magnet, but it’s a small area and will be relatively easy to wipe down with a microfiber cloth to keep it clean.

With a built-in PSU shroud, removable HDD cage, rear SSD mounts, cable grommets, GPU anti-sag bracket, magnetic side panel window, three dust filters, USB Type-C, and a digital display on the front, DeepCool are ticking all the right boxes here.

Should I Buy One?

I like the Digital panel on the front, I doubt it’s going to be to everyone’s taste, but there are two versions of the case available, one with it, and one without it, so you have a choice on which you prefer, which is great. With or without it though, the core features of this case are really well done, and I can see it proving pretty popular at such an affordable price.

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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