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.
We got a chance to look at the AeroCool Touch 2000 Dual Bay LCD Panel back in August, but today we have the opportunity to look at the single bay version, the Touch 1000, panel which still displays four temperatures and controllers up to four fans. The AeroCool Touch 1000 offers an easy to use, colored touch panel LCD for quick adjustments and fast displays. Read on further to see how well it compares with the Touch 2000.
With today’s economy people are looking for the best bang for their buck. If you’re in the market for a new case then the AeroCool PGS Vx-e Mid Tower Chassis is right for you. This case has performance, quality, style and value all built into a single case. This stylish gaming case comes equipped with its own turbine powered by a 120mm blue LED fan. This is only one of the many features of this budget-reliever case. Read on further to see what they are.
The AeroCool Touch 2000 is an innovative fan controller and temperature display. It features a 5-inch touch screen color LCD which easily shows your temperatures and fan speeds on its two bay design. A black brushed aluminum front should look appealing for most cases. The lockable screen should keep you from changing any important settings on the display. Does the panel do what it’s supposed to do? Read on further to find out.
Today we have the opportunity to review the third series of AeroCool CoolPanel card readers; the CoolPanel 3. With a sleek black design and color LCD display it is sure to make most any case out there. This multi-function panel gives its user the ability to view sound levels, three selected temperatures and view three fan speeds. In addition to these great features the panel offers two USB ports, an eSATA port, HD audio jacks and a 56-in-1 card reader. Read on further to see what else is inside.
We have the opportunity today to look at the AeroCool S9 Pro Mid Tower Case. This case offers a HUGE 40CM side panel fan, the largest in the world, which kicks out a whopping 250CFM of airflow. For those of you who aren’t familiar with airflow a standard 12CM fan only outputs around 65CFM of airflow. That’s nearly 4x the airflow! This case also offers 9 useable 5.25″ drive bays, 4 of which can be used for 3.5″ devices. Read on more for further information and even for a video of the 40CM fan in action.
Nov 25, 2015 0