CES 2023 – Deepcool Shares new Cases, ATX 3.0 Power supplies, Heatsinks, and more!


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Our final stop of suites and ballrooms during CES 2023 ends at Planet Hollywood and our friends at Deepcool. When walking inside the beautiful suite, we’re taken aback by the custom builds in the Quadstellar chassis and from other volume system builders, including our guys at Stincebuilt.

One of the first things we saw in the suite was the CH560 Digital Chassis. This mid-tower includes a small LCD display that shows system temperatures inside the high airflow case. The CH560 (non-digital is pictured on the left in white)

CH560 Digital
CH560 Digital

The PX-G and PX-P series power supplies support the ATX 3.0 specification, which means you get the fancy new 12VHPWR connector directly connecting to the unit. The Gold series comes in 850/1000/1,200W models, while the platinum series comes in 1,000W and 1,200W models.

Next is a set of new air coolers with digital monitoring LCDs and ARGB lighting on top. They display real-time CPU status and are compatible with motherboard ARGB headers on Intel and AMD systems. No pricing, naming, or release date for these at the time.

"Digital" Air Coolers
“Digital” Air Coolers

The gallery below shows off some of the custom builds.

Last but not least, Deepcool is coming out with new and updated air coolers and AIOs. First on the left is the monster Assassin IV uses seven heat pipes and supports up to 280W TDP processors. The LS520SE Digital is a special edition of the LS coolers with aluminum housing and a digital screen that displays CPU and GPU status. Also pictured, in white on the right, is the LT series.

Check out the rest of our CES 2023 coverage!

 

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