Deepcool's GamerStorm Tristellar enclosure; is it an engine block? An original series Viper?

Subject: Cases and Cooling | July 13, 2015 - 02:20 PM |
Tagged: Deepcool, gamerstrom tristeller, mini ITX

If you want a unique looking case then the Deepcool GamerStorm Tristellar certainly fits the bill, this is the only case with three physically separate chambers for your components.  The question about the effectiveness of the design remains, can it keep those components safe and cool?  Kitguru had a chance to test the case out, a 3.9GHz Intel Core i7-4770K and Sapphire Tri-X R9 290 used ensure that this case really gets a workout.  In the test the temperatures and noise levels were higher than the competition but certainly within reasonable ranges and they had no issues with stability.  It takes a bit of work to install the system in this case and an MSRP which will be at least $500 may make the case less attractive to some but it certainly will stand out on your desk or at a LAN Party.

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"One glance at the Mini ITX Deepcool GamerStorm Tristellar makes it clear this isn’t a run-of-the-mill PC case. In fact you might struggle to tell it is a PC case at all."

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July 14, 2015 | 07:17 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

It's not a Viper, it's Zorg's ship from Fifth element!

July 14, 2015 | 01:27 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

Good call!

July 16, 2015 | 03:11 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Or the Chig fighters from Space: Above and Beyond!

July 16, 2015 | 01:59 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

Why does that one never get replayed.  I had totally forgotten about that one.

July 14, 2015 | 11:12 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Get some of them there speed holes in the thing, if just to allow for more ventilation in addition to more speed, Homer! get your pickaxe to it, them case temps is toasty!

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