Aerocool announced their Project 7 P7-C1 chassis

Aerocool announced their Project 7 P7-C1 chassis

Aerocool announced their Project 7 P7-C11 chassis

Aerocool announced their Project 7 P7-C1 chassis

 
Today two features have become highly popular amongst PC gamers, tempered glass side panels and an optical bay free case design. These features allow a PC case to make better use of its space by dropping 5.25" drive support and lets users better show off their internals with a full side window. 
 
Until now Tempered glass was only available in the most expensive of PC cases, but now it is becoming a lot more mainstream, with Aerocool's new Project 7 P7-C1 chassis coming in at the price of just $100.
 

  

Aerocool announced their Project 7 P7-C11 chassis

 

The P7-C1 comes with 8-colour RGB illumination on the front panel, with a 5-fan PWM fan controller integrated into the chassis. At the base of the chassis, the Project 7 comes with a PSU shroud at the base which allows builders to easily hide their PSU and up to two 3.5" hard drives, with an additional two 2.5" SSD mounts elsewhere in the chassis.

At the front of this case, the P7 can accommodate up to a 360mm radiator, and the top can hold a radiator that is up to 240mm in size. At the top of this case, the P7-C1 has dual USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and an SD card reader. 

The Project 7 Case 1 will release this week for $100 in the US, with availability in the EU starting this week. 

 

You can join the discussion on the Aerocool Project 7 Case 1 P7-C1 chassis on the OC3D Forums.

   

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Most Recent Comments

14-10-2016, 08:28:59

Lynx
I actually really like this, mainly the layout and radiator locations.
Shame about the gaudy looking led front though.Quote

14-10-2016, 09:56:13

Kushiro
Damn.. If this could support a 360/420 up top then it would be awesome. Nice that Tempered glass is finally becoming a tad more common. Always changed the acrylic windows to tempered glass as soon as I decided whether or not I would be using the case personally.Quote

14-10-2016, 23:08:05

King of Old Old School
Meh it's alright not to my taste.Quote

15-10-2016, 00:45:21

NeverBackDown
Not sure if it's the pictures, but that thing looks like it would be massive in person. Like 900D sizeQuote

15-10-2016, 02:04:11

Dicehunter
Ok that actually looks pretty damn nice !Quote
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