Deepcool CG560 chassis review

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Deepcool CG560  review

This time, we’re checking out the Deepcool CG560, an airflow-oriented mid-sized ATX tower PC chassis.  It has been introduced to the market together with a CG540 model; the main difference is that it has a tempered glass front panel. But getting back to the CG560, what does it offer besides implementing a design using the vent that should allow better airflow?


It’s a mid-tower PC chassis with almost 49 l of volume. The look is rather classic/traditional. The three front fans are 120 mm ones lit up by the RGB, and the rear 140 mm is all-black. There are no colour variants; only black is available. You won’t find a USB Type-C port there, which is a big omission in 2021. The dimensions are 452×230×470 (L×W×H) in total; it’s 48.8 l of volume. The CG560 supports up to ATX (and, of course, uATX and mini-ITX) motherboards. From the not-so-standard things – you get here a built-in ARGB controller. The weight is 7 kg (which is not much) with a one-tempered glass panel. According to the specs, there are two 3.5” (which can also handle 2.5”) and two 2.5” drive brackets. On the front, you will find the following ports:
  • USB 3.0 x 2 (why there's no Type-C port?),
  • HD audio port
  • Power and LED buttons


You also get seven expansion slots. The Deepcool CG560 provides many cooling options, supporting radiators up to 360 mm at the front, 280 mm at the top, and 140 mm at the back. It’s possible to mount up to three 120 or two 140 mm fans at the front (3 x 120 mm ARGB come pre-installed), two 120 or 140 mm fans at the top, and one 120/140 mm fan at the back (and it’s included as well, and even it’s a bigger one). There are also two fan filters (front and top). You can use CPU air coolers with a max height of 175 mm (enough to fit all models) and GPUs up to 360 mm in length. The PSU shouldn’t be longer than 160 mm (and that’s not much).  


The price is 89.99 USD. Now, let’s check out the specs and features of this chassis, shall we?

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