Deepcool Genome Mid Tower AIO Case Overview by Mnpctech.com

Deepcool Genome Mid Tower AIO Case Overview by Mnpctech.com http://mnpctech.com/deepcool-genome-gamerstorm-mid-tower-atx-gaming-case-review.html

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Hello everyone! This is another custom modification for Deepcool that I will be documenting. Before I get into modifying portions of this unique case, I want to clarify that I had no involvement with the design of this case. Some people are presuming I created this case for Deepcool. They asked if I would modify their retail case for events this year. If you're new to my website, Mnpctech customizes retail PC cases for companies marketing new products or need to draw people to their booths at PC gaming or hardware industry related shows.
Before I start sharing stages of my modifications, I'll start with an overview Gamerstorm Genome Mid Tower ATX case. The Genome case supports ATX or MATX motherboard with seven PCI slots, and allows graphics cards up to 330mm long. It includes two vertical PCI slots for mounting a video card at ninety degrees. This is a great for showing off your video card or sexy water block. It does require using a PCI-E cable which is sold separately from Deepcool for $16.95. The chassis doesn't include mounting for 5.25 drives, but does allow two 3.5" hard drives and four 2.5" SSD on the back of the motherboard. Deepcool will be offering three color variations of the Genome. white with blue tubing, as well as black with green or red spiral tubing in the reservoir.
Like me, my PC modder friends will sacrifice elements of their case to suit personal vision or implementing their own cooling. Typically the optical drive bays are removed first to create space for radiators or reservoirs. The Genome saves you time by eliminating these bays and integrating a liquid cooling system for your processor. The system consists of a block/pump combo, 360mm radiator, three PWM controlled 120mm fans, and a reservoir. The block has a pulsing blue LED in the core of its reactor. The reservoir is LED-backlit with a controllable breathing effect. The loop is based on the "Gamer Storm Captain" CPU cooler from Deepcool. You can't remove the tubing on the radiator or water block, but the reservoir has G-1/4 threaded barbs, so you could swap it out. The 1/2" O.D. black rubber tubing would need to be cut. It's permanently attached to all of the barb connections in the loop. The Genome's radiator is aluminum, so it's not advised to incorporate bare copper components into this loop and risk any galvanic corrosion. I will be keeping the factory loop stock by their request, but may add 2nd custom loop for a vertical graphics card. It would be nice if Deepcool considered adding an optional kit for consumers interested in adding a second liquid loop to their graphics cards.
The PSU is located in the basement of the chassis with PSU window visible through the case's side window. I'd imagine this is for showing off your PSU branding. The PSU resides on noise isolating rubber pads and includes a removable dust filter. Deepcool used SGCC steel to build the frame of the chassis. The removable front bezel and top cover are ABS plastic. The Genome comes with a factory 120mm rear exhaust fan and three 120mm PWM fans mounted to the 360mm radiator. The case measures 506mm x 210mm x 505mm, and it weighs 9.77 kg. 
The Deepcool Genome's MSRP is $249.99 with a release date aimed at February 2016. I'm sure your reaction is negative about the price, but take into account the cost if you were to DIY your own. The average Mid Tower with space for the same cooling configuration range from $69.00 - $90.00. The cheapest price options for decent quality liquid components will be around $50.00 for 360mm radiator, $40.00 for a CPU water block, $65.00 for comparable design reservoir, $69.00 for a reliable water pumpIf you consider $224.00 in liquid components alone, plus $69.00 for the case, then $249.99 isn't unreasonable for this "out of the box ready" setup.
My vision for "MNPC1" will be reminiscent of my "Phenom" case mod for AMD in 2006 with new inspiration from the Star Citizen game. The sides will be re-designed to look like reinforced spaceship hull doors. I haven't decided which ship manufacturer from SC to focus on yet, but I'm leaning toward Musashi Industrial & Starflight Concern. I think their spaceship designs are the most unique. Bookmark this page, I'll be posting updates of my progress of my case mod over the coming weeks. Thank you! Bill Owen 
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