Deepcool presents their first PC case, the Mammoth. It's a full tower ATX case with support for E-ATX motherboards, nine expansion slots and advanced liquid cooling support. Mammoth is manufactured by CFI (Chyang Fun Industry).
Deepcool Mammoth has four 5.25", six 3.5" and three 2.5" bays, all of which use tool-less installation. 3.5" bays are hot-swappable. 2.5" drives are side-mounted. One of Mammoth's unique features is the side panel, which is divided into two parts. First part features a window and can be taken off like a regular side panel while second part has a handle and can be opened to expose the drive bays. This allows to easily install or remove drives without taking the whole side panel off.
Case supports Extended-ATX (E-ATX), standard ATX and Micro-ATX motherboards. It measures at 220 x 550 x 575 mm and weighs 11.65 kg. Mammoth is made of 0.7 mm steel and some ABS plastic.
Connectivity consists of two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and audio ports. In the back there are nine PCI expansion slots and a total of six holes for routing water cooling tubes. Case interior is spacious and has lots of room for cable management maximum supported CPU cooler height is 200 mm while graphics card's length is 340 mm.
Deepcool Mammoth supports two 120 mm fans in the front, one 120/140 mm fan in the rear, two 120 mm fans in the bottom and three 120/140 mm fans on the top. Top-mounted 360 mm liquid cooling radiator is supported as well. Case comes equipped with fan controller with 5 connectors. Hot-swap drive PCBs also have 3 pin connectors for fans. Another unique design feature is case's floor, which allows fans to draw more fresh air in.
Whether Deepcool Mammoth will reach Europe or US is unknown, as it is currently listed only in Deepcool's Chinese website. Price is also unknown.