Deepcool CH510 chassis review

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Deepcool CH510 review

This time, we’re checking out a (theoretically) high-cooling, performance-oriented mid-sized ATX tower PC chassis –a Deepcool CH510. It looks almost the same as the other Deepcools products; I mean the CG560 and Deepcool CK560, which were already reviewed on guru3d (in November 2021 and April 2022). The front panel looks slightly different (as it’s closed this time), but that’s not a significant change (still – not the best that could have been done). Let’s check if there are other things as well.


It’s a mid-tower chassis with around 47 l of volume. The looks are classic, definitely not extravagant, with a flat front panel. We’ll find only one 120 mm fan in the bundle; it’s non-RGB at the back of the chassis.


There’s also a white version, not only the (traditional) black. There’s no USB Type-C port, so the omission from the CG560 has been corrected in the CK560.



The exact dimensions are 435×230×471 (L×W×H) in total; it’s 47.1 l of volume, so a bit less than CG560/CK560. The CH510 supports up to E-ATX (and, of course, ATX, uATX, and mini-ITX) motherboards. There’s no built-in ARGB controller. The weight is 7.2 kg, and there’s a one-tempered glass panel. According to the specs, there are two 3.5” (which can also handle 2.5”) and 2+1 - 2.5” drive brackets. On the front, you will find the following ports:

  • USB 3.0 x 2,
  • HD audio ports
  • Power and reset buttons

The Deepcool CH510 provides many cooling options, supporting radiators up to 360 mm at the front, 360 mm at the top, and 140 mm at the back. You also get seven expansion slots. It’s possible to mount up to three 120 or two 140 mm fans at the front (no fans are pre-installed). Three 120 or 140 mm fans at the top can be utilized, and one 120/140 mm fan at the back (and it’s included, and even a bigger one). There are also three fan filters (front, top, and bottom). A convenient headset holder can be pulled out from the front panel to help you organize. Now, let’s check out the specs and features of this chassis, shall we? You can use CPU air coolers with a max height of 175 mm (enough to fit all models) and GPUs up to 380 mm in length. The PSU shouldn’t be longer than 170 mm (usually enough). The price is 79.99 EUR (or 84.99 for the white edition). Will it be worth the higher price?

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