Deepcool TriStellar star-shaped case weighs 16kg and costs over 400EUR

Posted on Monday, April 27 2015 @ 18:47 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Last week CyberPowerPC introduced its Trinity 100 gaming PC series, one of the most special things about that announcement was the system's pretty special star-shaped case. I remembered seeing this case in CES or CeBIT footage but couldn't quite remember who manufactured it. We now have more information about this case, it's the new TriStellar from Deepcool.

The case takes up 395mm x 435mm x 388mm (L x W x H) and weighs a whopping 16kg, the cabin covers are made from 2mm thick sheets of SPCC steel while the other panels are 0.6mm thick. We've heard this case feels pretty solid, which is reflected by the huge weight.

While the TriStellar sacrifices space for aesthetics, it is surely one of the most unique cases on the market. TriStellar consists of a three cabin design; a graphic card cabin, a motherboard cabin and a cabin for the PSU and storage.

The motherboard cabin fits a Mini-ITX motherboard with a low-profile 80mm HSF or a 120mm watercooling solution. The graphics card cabin supports a triple-slot graphics card with a maximum length of up to 320mm and has room for three 2.5" storage disks. Last we have the power supply cabin, it can accommodate a PSU with a length of up to 160mm as well as two 3.5" HDDs and one slot-loading optical disk drive.

The VGA cabin comes with a preinstalled 90mm fan and the motherboard cabin has room for an optional 120mm fan if you don't use watercooling.

Deepcool's TriStellar starts shipping in May but unfortunately not only the name but also the pricing will be astronomical. German tech site ComputerBase received word from Deepcool that pricing will be in the 370EUR to 450EUR range.

  • Unique compartmentalized system
  • Reliable and solid structure
  • Fully black interior
  • Supports the latest gaming configuration
  • Capable to hold 320mm graphic card
  • Supports 120mm liquid cooler
  • Support standard ATX PSU with 150*160*86mm
  • Total 5pcs hot plugging (SATA) port ( 2*3.5''HDD/3*2.5'' SSD)
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