The DeadSilent (DS) micro-ATX gaming case of the cube shape was recently launched by AeroCool and now only two months later it has announced that the red and all-white variants of this will be available now. You will be able to get your hands on these variants in no less than two days as they are ready to launch on the 11th of December in the US.
When it comes to high performance and high quality PC gaming wear, AeroCool Advanced Technologies can simply not be put behind. They are now adding two new products to their GT product series and the new GT and GT Advance chassis will mark the completion of the GT series.
Aerocool announces its extension to the GT chassis with the release of the GT-R Midi-Tower which has been designed and built exclusively for the gamers. This is a perfect machine for users who are looking forward to work with towers of high power and also the ones which allows for the high tech hardware to be attached easily. This is also perfect for the game lovers who incorporate the use of LAN parties.
One of the leading manufacturers of gaming PC gear has released the first chassis of the GT series. Aerocool Advanced technologies recently launched the GT-S Super Tower for a completely new experience for gamers. With outstanding features and a noteworthy design, the chassis is perfect for all gaming lovers.
At this year Computex’s event which was held in Taipei, AeroCool revealed its GT-S Black Edition Full Tower case. It is available in two color combinations i.e. black with a dash of red and white with a dash of blue. The GT-S Black Edition is made with 1.2mm thick SECC and ABS. The top and front panels are highly molded, while the windowed side panels are made for either two 140mm fans or a single 230mm fan. Likewise the same fan is mounted on the front panel whereas the top can hold two 120mm fans or one 140/200/230mm fan. It also includes a 120mm rear exhaust fan and 140mm bottom fan takes care of the ventilation for the case.
Taiwan based manufacturer Aerocool is hereby announcing the availability of the two new PC chassis Ferrum and Telum. Both chassis belong to the recently formed Templarius family . Templarius aims especially at gamers, who are looking for excellent gaming peripherals coming in one unique look. This new brand will feature products such as mice, keyboards, headsets and power supply units alongside PC chassis which will all come in a unified design. Templarius brand logo is designed in the style of medieval knights of Templar. Interested users are invited to join the Facebook fan page of Templarius Gaming, to be part of the “Knight’s Brotherhood!” community. New additions of the Templarius brand are the PC chassis Ferrum and Telum.
Looking for a budget case where the features out-number the specifications? Look no further, the Aerocool PGS Vs-9 Mid Tower Case is here to help. With a feature list to long to list some things included with this affordable case are a complete black paint job, both inside and out, support for more fans than you can imagine and support for longer video cards. Read on further to see the extensive list of features.
Today, ThinkComputers has the opportunity to check out AeroCool’s latest Touch LCD Fan Controller, the V12XT. The touch LCD display shows current temperatures and fan speeds in a dashboard-like display. The extra style makes it unique from other fan controllers. This peripheral would make a great addition to those two extra 5.25” empty drive bays you have. Read on further to see how well it will fill them!
I’ve always been a fan of cube cases, especially being a gamer. I don’t want to have to carry my large tower case filled with components to local LAN parties. Cube cases make it much easier, and even if you are not a gamer they take up less space on your desk and usually look better than other cases. Today we will be looking at Aerocool’s first cube case, the Qx-2000. It features a very unique internal design, room for 2 optical drives, 3 hard drives, and a built in fan controller. Let’s take a look at the Qx-2000 and see if it’s the perfect case for your next LAN box build.
Today we have the opportunity to take a look at the AeroCool DCC-C900 CPU Cooler, a compact CPU cooler with a transparent white frame and blue fins. This CPU cooler uses three 6mm copper heatpipes in a “U” form to use the DCC or Direct Core Contact technology to cool the CPU. It supports LGA 775/AM2 and K8 CPUs, but unfortunately doesn’t support the newest CPU architectures. Installation is a breeze with this cooler, which could fit into almost any size case. Read on further to see what else it has to offer.