Deepcool CH510 chassis review

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Product Showcase - Interior, the backside

Product Showcase - Interior, the backside


You can see the big compartment here.



At the bottom, there’s a cage for two 3.5”/2.5” drives. It’s relatively easy to remove it, by undoing two screws, but Deepcool had better solutions for that (with a single thumbscrew in the chamber).



There are two 2.5” mounting positions under the CPU cooler backplate cutout. This time – the rubber-equipped mounting holes are combined with pin screws. You don’t need to use the screws and mount the drives before installing the motherboard, like in CG560.



The PSU bay can house a power supply of 170 mm in length, which is not much because you can easily spot 180 mm units (with a higher wattage), but it's 240 mm in total before you encounter the HDD cage. There are foam pads to make it more stable.



There is no integrated ARGB controller, but that’s not strange, considering that no such fans are provided. As for the cable management, there’s about 20 mm of clearance. Let’s proceed to the building part of the review.

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