DeepCool Reveals CH780, A Panoramic Dual-Chamber PC Case

DeepCool has today revealed their new CH780 ATX PC case featuring a dual chamber design with panoramic glass panel offering high hardware support, strong visual appeal and vertical GPU mounting.

DeepCool CH780

The CH780 is Deep Cool’s latest PC case which uses the familiar and popular dual chamber panoramic glass case design, or as some may say “Lian Li Clone”. That’s not to say it’s bad, as lots of people love looking at their hardware, and having more options, especially at a lower price, is always welcome.

This case comes in both white and black and allows for an unobstructed view of all of your hardware thanks to the lack of the A-Pillar and it offers high levels of support for the hardware, including the latest graphics cards. The case panels that aren’t glass feature a mesh design with a magnetic dust filter to ensure efficient airflow as well as a clean dust free system. The Top I/O is very robust with four USB 3.0 ports, a Type-C Port and a hybrid audio port.

Cooling Support

The case comes pre-equipped with a set of three 140mm fans and is fully capable of supporting up to 9 120/140mm fans as well as even four 200mm fans if you’re going all out. Water-cooling fans should have no problems with this case as it supports room for up to three 420mm radiators in the top, bottom and side all of which can be installed with ease thanks to the modular fan rails.

Hardware Compatibility

The case is capable of supporting up to E-ATX motherboards as well as essentially any GPU currently on the market with up to 480mm of clearance though, due to the dual chamber design, the wider GPUs can only be mounted in a vertical position with the included PCI-e 4.0 riser cable and vertical mount. The case also features a swing-out GPU support arm to provide a bit more peace of mind with heavier GPUs. The dual chamber design also restricts air coolers to 132mm making this case better suited for an AIO.

Price and Availability

The CH780 comes in both black and white colour options alongside a 2 year warranty at the following MSRP:

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