AeroCool Strike-X Air Open Chassis

The new Strike-X Air is a brand new PC open case concept fully developed by Aerocool design team that will make using a PC case brand new experience. It's openly structure is designed in a way so that is easy to access components and extremely friendly to install and unistall parts, not to mention how cool is the color scheme and style.

For those who spend a lot of time installing and unistalling computer hardware parts, this is a dream come true that requires no more fastening and unfastening of screws to open or close side panels and everything is within an arm's reach and no more cluttering of cables.

For those who care a great deal about the heat dissipation, the openness of its design nature dissipates heat without the space confinement of a conventional PC case, plus 20cm fan is installed directly at the top of Motherboard and CPU cooler which will not give any change at all for any tiny amount of heat to circulate within.

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That's a nice bench table alternative all right.

The Strike-X Air supports XL-ATX motherboards, with up to 10 expansion slots, and room for graphics cards as long as 33 cm. The case features three each of 5.25-inch and 3.5/2.5-inch drive bays, with hot-swap back planes. There is room for unconventionally long PSUs. The side compartment that holds the drive and PSU bays is ventilated by a 120 mm fan. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 2.0/1.1 and three USB 3.0 ports (standard headers); and front-panel HD audio jacks. AeroCool plans to make the Strike-X Air available some time in early-October.


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