CES 2023: DeepCool announces the CH560 Digital!


The manufacturer DeepCool, that we know well at Overclocking, has just unveiled new components at CES 2023. We will find in particular a new reference of medium tower case. Let’s take a look at it right away.

CH560 Digital : a new mid-tower case

It is a new reference of medium tower case measuring 455 x 230 x 470 mm. Regarding its materials, we will find steel, ABS plastic but also tempered glass. The CH560 Digital is compatible with most motherboards on the market, as it can accommodate E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX. Also, inside, it will be possible to install up to two 3.5″ and two 2.5″ hard drives.

The CH560 Digital is also well suited for cooling. Here, the height of the cooling unit should not exceed 175 mm. Attention for the graphic cards since this case will support “only a card of 380 mm maximum in length”. With some RTX 4XXX reaching up to 358 mm, it may be complicated to install one, especially if you decide to place an AIO in front.

DeepCool CH560

As far as the power supply is concerned, you can provide one in ATX format up to 160 mm deep.

According to our colleague, it could arrive with 4 pre-installed fans (3 x 120 mm ARGB at the front and 1 x 140 mm ARGB unlit at the back). Two additional 120/140mm slots are available as well. Apparently, we would also get magnetic dust filters and 7 PCI expansion slots. The case would be available in two colors, white or black. In addition, it seems that a small screen is available on the side of the case allowing its user to know, in real time, the temperature of the CPU or the GPU.

As for the control panel, there would be two USB 3.0 ports, which could be a bit minimalist. But we’ll have to see, once the box is launched by the brand.

For the moment, no price or availability has been announced by DeepCool yet, so stay tuned.