DEEPCOOL Steam Castle "Steam-Punk" Case Review

It is one of those moments that you go, "Uh, what?" Deepcool Industries comes to us today with its Steam Castle micro-ATX and mini-ITX computer case for smaller system configurations. While your definition of "steam-punk" may differ from Deepcool's, one thing for sure is this case is unique in its look. How does it perform however?


Today we are reviewing Deepcool Industries' "Steam Castle Steam-Punk Style & Full Compatibility Micro-ATX Gaming Case."

DEEPCOOL, is a Chinese company primarily known for its line of CPU air coolers, all-in-one liquid CPU coolers and power supplies. The company has recently branched out into computer cases, cooling fans and consumer electronics.

From the company's "About Us" section:

DEEPCOOL was founded with the mission of providing the best performance and humanized thermal solutions for worldwide customers. Established in 1996, headquartered in Beijing, factory was established in Shen Zhen, Deepcool originally produced desktop, server coolers and cooling accessories. With the rapid development of personal computers, Deepcool expanded the business into AIO liquid cooling products, chassis, power supplies.

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Product Packaging

The DEEPCOOL Steam Castle was shipped in its bare product packaging and it was definitely worse for the wear when it arrived. In addition to being crushed on just about every side, there were also holes and tears in several locations. The box itself is constructed of double-walled corrugated cardboard with a row of dual staples along the seams. Even with all the external damage to the packaging, our Steam Castle case inside was in perfect condition. The overall measurements of the box are 23"H x 22"L x 11"W.

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The plain cardboard packaging prominently features a stenciled image of the DEEPCOOL Steam Castle, product information, name and company logo printed in black with product information and a list of features on the back and sides. The case itself is wrapped in a plastic bag and held in place by thick polyethylene closed-cell foam inserts.

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