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Aerocool Intros Strike-X Xtreme PC Case
Author: Cássio LimaDate: May 28, 2013 - 7:40 AM PST
Category: Case
More Info: http://www.aerocool.com.tw

Aerocool expands its PC case portfolio with the addition of the Strike-X Xtreme midi-tower case, which is targeted for gamers and combines stylish exterior with a spacious and clean interior.

The interior design is offering much space for drives and the latest high-end gaming components. Users can conveniently access the four 5.25” bays, which are equipped with a tool-free mounting mechanism. Additionally up to six 3.5”/2.5” hard drives can be mounted into the allocated slots conveniently using the supplied HDD trays.

Strike-X Xtreme PC case comes with three pre-mounted case fans: One 180 mm fan is located in the front panel, another 140 mm model in the top panel and the third fan with 120 mm diameter in the rear panel. Mesh-grids in both the front and top panel contribute further to the cooling concept. Built-in cable ducts in the motherboard tray are part of the cable management feature, allowing users to channel or hide cables.

Aerocool Strike-X Xtreme comes with a very solid exterior design, refreshing the Strike-X series. Similar to the previously announced Strike-X models, X-shaped mesh-grids can be found on the top and side panel. Power and reset buttons are implemented perfectly in the overall design above the Strike-X logo on the top of the chassis. In between these two buttons, two USB 3 ports and one mic and headphone connector can be found. Both USB 3.0 ports can be conveniently connected directly to the motherboard using the blue head-pin connector.

In order to match every user’s taste, Aerocool Strike-X Xtreme PC cases are available in three editions with different color matches. Black Edition is covered completely in black color, except very a few red colored elements. White Edition shines in a very stylish white color combined with a few blue colored elements. Users seeking a special color match, will fall for the Devil Red Edition, which is covered in black with a red mesh-grid on the outside and vibrant red on the inside.

All three editions are available as of today for the following suggested retail price:

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