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Aerocool Adds Aero-800 and Aero-500 to the PGS-A Series

Aerocool Adds Aero-800 and Aero-500 to the PGS-A Series - PR

Aerocool Adds Aero-800 and Aero-500 to the PGS-A Series

Aerocool Adds Aero-800 and Aero-500 to the PGS-A Series

 

Aerocool Advanced Technologies, one of world's leading manufacturers of excellent gaming PC gear, announces the addition of two new value-for-money chassis to the PGS-A product series. By introducing the Aero-800 and Aero-500 chassis, Aerocool extends the fresh series, which received great feedback. Both models are targeting Gamers with limited budget and offer similarly fantastic design like its big brother Aero-1000. Despite it's low retail price both the chassis are able to offer many great features, which most competitors are lacking.

The new midi-towers might look similar to the already announced Aero-1000 in terms of design, however offer different inner layout and features. Aerocool tries to give users many options when it comes to available color variations. The Aero-800 is available in four the colors black, white, blue and gray. Aero-500 on the other hand comes in the most popular colors black and white.

  

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(Aerocool Aero-800) 

 

The new value-for-money models inherited the clean front panel with the fancy mesh-design as well as the removable magnetic dust filter on the top panel. The significant difference start with the I/O panel, which is located in the front for the Aero-800, and includes a power button, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, one microphone and one headphone jack. Aerocool embedded the I/O panel in the top panel for the Aero-500, which is featuring two USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 port, a reset- and power button along with the microphone and headphone jack. In addition to that, a two-channel fan controller has been added, allowing users to change the fan speed in three different steps. One of the strongpoints of the PGS-A series is the special focus on water-cooling systems. Both the Aero-800 and Aero-500 offer special mounting areas for 240 mm water-cooling radiators, which are located in the top and the front panel.

 

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(Aerocool Aero-500)

 

Aerocool's new chassis support the mainstream mainboard form-factors Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX and the standard ATX as well as large high-end VGA cards and CPU coolers. Aero-800 features two 5,25 inch bays as well as up to five 2,5 inch bays and two 3,5 inch bays. The PSU and HDD area has been separated from the main compartment, allowing better airflow circulation and cable management. Aero-500 on the other hand, offers two 5,25 inch bays as well two 2,5 inch bays and four 3,5 inch bays. Great features such as the special mounting area for backplate-based CPU coolers and pre-drilled holes in the mainboard-tray for cable management purposes have been passed down from Aero-1000 as well.

Aerocool Aero-800 and Aero-500 will be available at etailers and retails starting this week. MSRP for Aero-800 is 60,25 EUR and $67,90 (excl. VAT/Taxes). The Aero-500 will be available from 37,72 EUR and $42,50 (excl. VAT/Taxes).

 

You can join the discussion on the Aerocool Aero-800 and Aero-500 cases on the OC3D Forums

 

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14-09-2015, 15:52:04

Dark NighT
Not a bad design really, my only gripe from just looking at it are the drive bay covers.Quote

14-09-2015, 16:18:32

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
Not a bad design really, my only gripe from just looking at it are the drive bay covers.
Yeah, that is why I put the article up. Not a bad case from Aerocool, especially for the money.

The drive bays are not very nice though, as you have said.Quote

14-09-2015, 16:32:04

iBeInspire
I had an aerocool case onece cause I thought it looked nice in the pictures... When it arrived most of the pieces I thought would be metal were just painted plastic, parts didn't fit together properly and the whole thing was incredibly tacky. Will take a pass on this one.Quote

14-09-2015, 16:47:06

Raw Berserker
Not gonna lie, that's a nice looking case. Wouldn't mind having one myself, if I didn't have a Trooper alreadyQuote

14-09-2015, 17:10:46

Feronix
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Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
Not a bad design really, my only gripe from just looking at it are the drive bay covers.
Yeah, can tell where they got it from immediately.

http://content.hwigroup.net/images/p...nge-window.jpg

http://benchmarkreviews.com/wp-conte.../EVOLV_L34.jpgQuote
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