DeepCool Announces MORPHEUS Modular ATX+ Case

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DeepCool presents the MORPHEUS Modular ATX+ case, designed to cater to the needs of seasoned case modders and PC building enthusiasts. This case introduces a new level of modularity, enabling seamless transitions between single and dual chamber configurations, complete with a vertical GPU mount and Gen 4 riser cable. The MORPHEUS offers flexibility through its internally reconfigurable ATX+ chassis, allowing users to effortlessly switch between the classic single chamber layout and the dynamic dual chamber setup with a straightforward part replacement.

 It comes equipped with a vertical GPU mount and Gen 4.0 riser cable. The case prioritizes airflow, featuring high airflow panels covering multiple sides, including the front, right, top, bottom, rear, and PSU shroud top. High-flow mesh filters on the front, top, and bottom panels maintain a dust-free environment.

Real-Time Digital Display: A dual-status digital screen integrated into the case provides real-time monitoring of CPU and GPU temperatures, utilization, or both, with seamless switches at 5-second intervals. User-friendly controls allow easy customization of the display.

Versatile Cooling: The MORPHEUS supports up to thirteen 120 mm or 140 mm fans and can accommodate up to six 200 mm fans for extensive cooling options. Highly modular fan rails make various configurations possible, and the case can simultaneously support up to three 420 mm radiators.

Broad Compatibility: The ATX+ form factor ensures compatibility with E-ATX motherboards, GPUs up to 480 mm in length, 195 mm tall CPU coolers (in single chamber configuration), and multiple 420 mm radiators.

Abundant I/O Ports: The top front I/O panel offers four USB 3.0 ports, a Type-C port, and a hybrid audio port. It also includes an LED cycle button for managing the built-in ARGB controller, an HDD activity LED, and a Power button.

Customization with Rubber Bits: MORPHEUS provides playful rubber square bits that can be applied to most mesh panels, allowing users to leave messages, add custom logos, or create personalized 8-bit characters.

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