Deepcool Gamer Storm Macube 310P review

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Product showcase – interior

Product showcase – interior



You can fit relatively big components inside. This case supports graphics cards up to 330 mm in length, and CPU coolers up to 165 mm in height. Liquid cooling enthusiasts will be ok with this product, as it’s possible to mount a combo of radiators of up to 360 + 120 mm.


The motherboard layout is traditional, and there’s a PSU on the bottom of the chassis. The biggest radiator is mounted at the front.



There is enough space to route cables (23 mm according to the manufacturer), and luckily there are rubber grommets on the three most important cut-outs. This includes the EPS one, which can be tricky in some other chassis, where you need to pre-route the cable before securing the motherboard inside the case. Two Velcro ties are attached there, so this should facilitate better cable management behind the motherboard tray.



There are 7 PCI card slots, which unfortunately are not secured with thumbscrews (why?). 



There’s a PSU shroud with a “window” that allows to show off your PSU (so models like the Asus ROG Thor will look great here). You can use power supply units up to 160 mm in length, but models with modular cables can be troublesome when you’re close to this limit.



The huge cut-out for your cooler’s backplate should make life easier. Let’s head to the building part. 

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