Deepcool Gamer Storm Macube 310P review


Deepcool Gamer Storm Macube 310P review
The Cube of Storm for Gamers?

We’re checking out the Deepcool Gamer Storm Macube 310P, a sleek and quite premium-looking, mid-tower PC chassis. IntroductionThis new case comes in two variants (both in matte finish). One is black (like the provided sample) and the other one is white. They both look very minimalistic.  The front is not meshed, but this shouldn’t be a problem thanks to a design with 13 mm wide intake channels that are located on both sides of the front panels. A similar solution (but for the exhaust) has been applied to the top section, and this has been introduced in the P version of the Macube 310. The dimensions are rather moderate for a mid-tower, as they’re 424.6 mm × 215 mm × 494.6 mm (L×W×H). That’s 45.15 l in total, so it’s rather low. 



The case supports Mini ITX / Micro ATX / ATX motherboards. The weight is just 8.33 kg, among others because there’s “only” one tempered glass panel (but we’re not saying that this is a bad thing). According to the specs, you can fit up to two 2.5”/two 3.5” drives inside. On the front, you will find the following ports:

The Deepcool Macube 310P has many cooling options, with support for radiators up to 360 mm at the front and 120 mm at the back. It’s possible to mount up to three 120 mm fans at the front (or two 140 mm ones) and three 120/two 140 mm ones at the top You can use CPU air coolers with a max height of 165 mm (enough to fit most models), and GPU coolers up to 330 mm in length. The PSU shouldn’t be longer than 160 mm (and that’s still quite a tight fit). The case has (as mentioned earlier) one tempered glass panel. The Deepcool Macube 310P comes with a child safety lock on both magnetic panels, and that’s not something you’ll find in many enclosures. The top and front panels are easily removable. The price is 69.99 USD. Let’s check out the specs and features of this minimalistic chassis, shall we?


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