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AeroCool Strike-X GT Gaming Case

AeroCool Strike-X Red GT Black/Red Gaming Mid Tower Case w/o PSU New Version

Scan code: LN43475 Manufacturer code: EN56816 Request call
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Product Overview The Strike-X GT has been designed to be user friendly with its great expandability and versatility. The screw-less feature and pre-drilled holes on the motherboard tray for cable routing make this chassis a joy with which to work. The pre-drilled cable routing holes are also protected by high quality rubber to prevent cable damages from sharp edges. A CPU cut-out is also pre-drilled on the motherboard tray for ease of CPU cooler installation and removal.

This chassis offers plenty of space for installation of components. At the front of the case are seven usable 5.25" drive bays (three external) and all are supplied with adapters to allow mounting of 3.5" or 2.5" devices. Also each adapter allows for a 120mm fan to be installed, giving the option of installing two additional 120mm fans. For users with large graphics cards, the Strike-X GT can accommodate cards up to a total of 290mm in length.

To keep temperatures down, there are five locations for installing case fans. In addition to the fans mentioned above, you can install two 120mm fans at the front (one supplied), two 120mm fan on the roof (not supplied), one 120mm or 140mm on the bottom (not supplied), two 120mm on the side panel (not supplied) and one 120mm fan LED fan at the rear (supplied).

On the top of the case you can expect to find three USB2 ports, one USB3 and headphone and Mic ports for easy access.
Features • High performance Mid-Tower computer case
• Supports graphics card up to 295mm in length
• Anti-vibration on HDD and PSU
• Pre-drilled watercooling holes
• USB3.0 ready

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Looks good, not very robust To give credit where credit's due, this case does look amazing and is very spacious, but the plastic top and front panels are ridiculously weak. The top panel arrived broken, and while installing a DVD drive, I knocked a bay protector and it just snapped. The understandably cheap and nasty rear fan was also installed so securely that I haven't been able to remove it yet, and it's far too loud for me to want to use, so it's just sitting there looking pretty. As someone else mentioned, the top panel also isn't tall enough for you to mount your average fan, and sticks out if you try. 11 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A brilliant case for the small price This case it probably the best gaming pc case you can get under £100 it is affordable at £50 (when I bought it), it has enough space for 8 fans to keep everything at good temperatures,it is big enough to fit reasonably large graphics cards and CPU fans and still has more room. The only bad thing I would say about it is to fit the any new fans on the front and top you need to take off the front and side panels which are a pain because of the clips to take them off are in the smallest of places so if you have big hands then you might find it hard to take the panels off, but you can always just use a pair of pliers. But overall it is an amazing case well worth it 11 March 2014
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AeroCool Strike-X GT Gaming Case
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