DeepCool CH510 case: plenty of space in a slim format

DeepCool announced a new series of mid-tower PCs a few days ago. With the new cases, the hardware expert wants to offer a robust place for powerful PC components. In doing so, the manufacturer relies on a fairly compact format. Despite the comparatively small size, the DeepCool CH510 is still a full-fledged Full-ATX case. This means that you don’t have to worry about the compatibility of even large motherboards.

Minimalism meets sleek design

Available in either black or white, the DeepCool CH510 comes across as quite slim and looks rather unobtrusive at first glance. Among other things, the front made of solid metal is responsible for the inconspicuous exterior. Smart ventilation slots, which are found all over the case, also ensure reliable ventilation of the components inside. Of course, matching fans can also be placed. Nine 120 mm fans or five 140 mm fans are possible. Thus, it should offer a great airflow despite its comparatively compact design. So that the hardware does not get dusty inside, the manufacturer relies on dust filters for the DeepCool CH510.

A lot of space inside the DeepCool CH510

The fact that you can put together a sophisticated PC setup with the help of the new case from the hardware experts is already clear from the spacious interior. Even large graphics cards up to a length of 380 mm can be installed here without any problems. Thanks to the integrated support bracket for the GPU, sagging is effectively prevented. This can be adjusted individually. In addition, even large fan coolers up to 175 mm in height should be possible. RGB fans will be happy about the side panel made of tempered glass. It provides a view into the case’s interior. Thanks to a practical magnetic holder, it can be easily removed and reinserted.

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DeepCool CH510 (Image: DeepCool)

Those who are afraid of component theft or want to protect the inner workings from their offspring can buy an optional security lock for it. The headphone holder, which can be pulled in and out, is also really practical. DeepCool also promises convenient cable management for the CH510. This is made possible by fixed rubber parts, which can be used to connect several cables. Furthermore, the new case offers three slots for 2.5-inch hard drives or SSDs. Furthermore, two 3.5 inch HDDs can be installed.

Price and availability

The new DeepCool CH510 and CH510 WH are available now. For the version in black, the manufacturer charges 74.90 euros, for the model in white again 79.90 euros.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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