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Aerocool X-Predator X3 Gaming Case

Aerocool X-Predator X3 Devil Red Mid Tower Gaming Case Black with 20mm Red Quiet LED Fan

Scan code: LN48543 Manufacturer code: EN57097 Request call
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Product Overview The XPredator X3 is a high-midi case and comes in three colors which are Evil Black Edition, Devil Red Edition and White Edition. Although it is smaller in size compared to the original XPredator, this chassis is still wide enough to accommodate a 20cm LED fan at the front panel. On the top panel, just like its predecessor, two fan controller knobs each can support up to 25W, far more advanced than the original one of only 10W per channel. Inside the chassis, you can mount up to 8 HDDs and there are 8 expansion slots plus a 310mm depth for high-end graphic cards installation.
Features • Solidly constructed chassis interior (0.7mm SPCC)
• Supports CPU cooler max. height up to 186mm(without fans on side panel)
• Supports Long VGA Cards up to 310mm.
• Includes 1 x 12cm Black fan at rear and 1 x 20cm LED fan in front.
• Top panel flaps can be opened or closed to control air flow more efficiently. Dust filter for PSU .
• Includes 1 x external 2.5" HDD docking on top panel for easy access.
• Includes two fan controller knobs each controls fan/s up to 25W.
• Install up to 9 fans!
• Includes antivibration pads for HDDs and PSU.
• Cable Routing Management holes with high-end rubber grommets to protect your cables.
• USB3.0 >USB2.0 adaptor included.
• Pre-drilled CPU holes for easy mounting and removable of CPU cooler.
• Support water cooling.
• 2 x USB3.0 and Audio/Mic ports are easily accessible from top panel.

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