DeepCool Launches GamerStorm TriStellar ITX Chassis



/ 3 years ago

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Last week CyberPowerPC released their Trinity Gaming Desktop in various configurations and we could read some comments that a lot of users would love this chassis if they could fill it with their own components instead of buying a pre-built system. Not to worry, that is just what you can do now as DeepCool Launched the GamerStorm TriStellar ITX chassis.

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It wasn’t everyone that like the chassis, but you can’t argue that it isn’t unique. The engine or blade-like design can hold a small form factor rig inside, but it isn’t so small on the outside. In fact, it will take up the same space as a normal square chassis with the same dimensions. What you get instead is a case that’s worth showing off and still fits all the basic components you need for both workstations and gaming systems.

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Most small form factor chassis can run into trouble with heat when you put many high-end components into it, but that shouldn’t be as much an issue with the TriStellar chassis. The three chambers effectively divide up all the parts and only keeps one high-heat creating item in each: PSU, CPU and Graphics card.

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The interior is fully black and it can hold graphics cards up to 320mm length and with up to three slot covers in height. That’s enough for a Titan-Z graphics cards and a lot of others too.

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The chassis can hold a mITX motherboard and supports CPU coolers with a height of up to 80mm. There’s also support for AIO coolers with 120mm radiators as well as a standard ATX power supply.

Storage is pretty well covered too with a total of five drive trays with hot plugging SATA ports. You can have two 3.5-inch HDDs in the PSU chamber and three 2.5-inch SSDs or HDDs in the graphics card chamber. The front panel has two USB 3.0 ports and audio jacks for easy connection of peripherals.

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This certainly isn’t a chassis for everyone, but I could see it fitting well in a lot of situations where having something else than square black or beige box next to the desk could be of benefit. Designers, architects, customizers, and similar offices would stand a bit more out when customers come in with a chassis like DeepCool’s GamerStorm TriStellar ITX chassis.


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