Cooling experts Deepcool unveiled Pangu Mid-Tower case, featuring wide body design and high cooling performance. It's a Mid-Tower case with Micro-ATX and ATX motherboard support. Case is available in black and white variants with blue strips on the sides.
Deepcool Pangu case makes use of wide body to allow better cable management capabilities with around 26 mm of free space behind the motherboard tray. It has three 5.25" bays and two 2.5"/3.5" cages with three bays each, making a total of six bays. 2.5" and 3.5" drives are installed using plastic tool-less trays. Both drive cages can be removed to allow 240 mm radiator installation in the front. Another 240 mm radiator can be installed on the top. Front and top perforated panels can be removed simply by pushing one end, similarly to those on Bitfenix Ghost. And that's not surprising, as Pangu is based on Bitfenix Ronin design.
Case has a total of six places for fan mounting. One 120 mm in the rear, two 120 mm on the top, one 120 mm on the bottom, two 120 mm in the front and one 120 mm one conveyer behind the 5.25" drive cage. The unique conveyer mechanism can be rotated 180 degrees, which allows to position 120 mm either at 5.25" or top 3.5" drive cage height. Case comes equipped with four 120 mm fans, two of which have blue LED lights.
On the back there are a couple of holes for liquid cooling tubes and some ventilation. Seven PCI expansion slots use tool-less installation and are meshed to allow some more ventilation. Connectivity consists of two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 ports and audio input/output jacks, all positioned on top.
Deepcool Pangu mid-tower case comes in black and white variants with blue strips. Price and exact specifications are not yet revealed. At this point it is not yet known when or whether Pangu will arrive in Europen and/or American market, as currently it is featured only on Deepcool's Chinese website.