Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
Is Respawn's Star Wars game a return to the glory days of Jedi Knight or more of a Holiday Special?
Intro to a promotional build for Intel and Aorus feat. Core i9-9900KS & RTX 2080 Ti Xtreme Waterforce.
Deepcool goes E-ATX and water-cooling friendly but ditches RGB lighting.
Addressable RGB pump unit and 'Anti-Leak Tech Inside'.
Automated pressure regulation built into rads.
Deepcool tweaks its popular Captain AIO liquid-cooler bringing a higher pump speed, full RGB lighting, and a leak-proof design.
Looking to start an ambitious project? Mod Unlimited might be for you.
Deepcool adds RGB lighting to its latest 240mm AIO cooler.
Deepcool has come a long way since its Genome pre-water-cooled case, but is the Deepcool Gamer Storm New Ark 90 worth the cash?
Case manufacturers often sacrifice cooling for aesthetics but I think they need to strike better balances.
Not actually frameless, naturally.
A must-have for fans of Half-Life 2.
AMD and Intel compatible, naturally.
Deepcool has integrated a 360mm liquid cooling system into a case along with a funky reservoir.
Certainly a unique design.
All pre-installed and ready to run.
Deepcool teamed up with Mnpctech's Bill Owen to offer a modded version of its Tristellar case
Shows off your graphics card.
Day 2 at Computex 2015, and we've the latest from Asus, In Win, Thermaltake and more
Deepcool has launched two of the most unique and interesting cases we've seen at CES 2015 so far
Deepcool's Steam Castle is a micro-ATX cube chassis inspired by steampunk.
We summarise everything we saw during our first day at Taipei's Computex 2014 event
Deepcool is on a roll with sub-£30 coolers and the latest is a 120mm low-profile model.
Four 6mm heatpipes, a 120mm fan and price tag of £20 - what more could you ask for?
November 20 2019 | 16:00
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