Gamer Storm Dukase Liquid Case Review

Gamer Storm Dukase Liquid Case Review  


We’ve seen retailers bundle cases with AIOs by the same manufacturer, but as far as we’re aware we’ve not heard of a case that has a built in water cooling system in the same way that the Dukase Liquid from Gamer Storm does.  Will the concept thrive?  Or will it fall by the wayside?  One the face of it, with AIOs being so massively popular it seems an obvious thing to do, but as the saying goes, just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.  A lot will depend on the price and the consumers wanting to go for particular look that the Dukase Liquid offers.  For a more in depth look at the vital Statistics, let’s take a gander at the Technical Specification shall we.

Technical Specification

Dimensions 482.7x202x504mm (LxWxH)
Materials SPCC and Plastic
Motherboard Support ATX, M-ATX, M-ITX
Front I/O 1xUSB3.0, 1xUSB2.0, Audio In/Out
Expansion bays 7
5.25″ 0*
3.5″ 2
2.5″ 3 (+2 shared with 3.5″)

Front:  2x120mm or 1x140mm

Roof:  2x120mm (space occupied by Rad)

Rear:  1x90mm or 1x120mm (included)

Water Cooling

Front:  1×20/1400mm

Roof:   1x240mm (Included)

Rear:   1x120mm

Max GPU Length 390mm


*There are actually two 5.25″ bays, with removable blanks on the inner front panel.  The space however is occupied by the reservoir and tubing relating to the integral AIO.