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Aerocool Strike-X GT Toolless Mid Tower Gaming Case with Red LED Fans
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- High performance "Mid-Tower" for gamers and enthusiast.
- Aggressive "X" concept design case - a gamers' dream!
- Supports longer high-end VGA cards up to 295 mm.
- Supports 9 x 5.25" bays and maximum 6 x 2.5"/3.5" HDDs (internal) with HDD convertor bracket.
- Anti-vibration pad included to dampen PSU vibration.
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And for the price, it's definitely worth having.
You can fit a ton of fans for cooling on the case. 120mm fans - 2 on the top, 2 on the side, 2 at the front, 1 on the back. That's not including all the bays which you can fit even more if you really wanted. Though that would be mental!
You get 6 brackets to fit your hardware in. But they don't just hold hard drives, you can fit fans in them also.
Although it supports liquid cooling, make sure you know what liquid cooling you're getting/got. It won't fit a Kuhler 620/920 on the back extractor fan. It collides with the top of the case, And you can't mount those externally either. (without doing some unhealthy modifications anyway)
But the good thing about this case is that the brackets support 120mm size fans too, so you can put your liquid cooling on those brackets (which is what i did). Provided you don't have like 4+ extra hard drives to fit in, because of the radiator size.
^- I mention this because the Antec Kuhlers are quite a popular choice.
But it's a great case & has very good cable management. Also has 4 USB's on the top front, one of which is USB 3.0 if you're M/B supports it.
I would highly recommend this tower.
Taking the striking resemblance to X-Factor aside, this case looks great with all the fans lit. Problem is you never want to shut it down. Even the wife likes the look.
All edges are rolled, so not more cutting yourself. Very sturdy design with plenty of HDD options with their plastic multifunction caddies.
Plenty of screws supplied, wiring loom is simple enough, grommets around the main side/side points protect your cables. The top is a little difficult to get off (firm plastic clips), but all the lugs are strong and sturdy.
With 7 fans all running at about 40% this case is as cool as the room temperature. With loads of room in the case it is easy to have good cable management and excellent air flow.
The top USB 3 connection also has a single USB2 header, so if you've already used your USB3 header (or your motherboard doesn't have one), then you can still wire the port as a USB2 port. The 3 other USB2 connections are made by double and single USB2 headers.
With a multi card reader, a 5 fan control (with 5 temperature probes), 7 LED fans, a Sata3 SSD, two Sata3 HDD's and a Sata2 DVD there was still plenty of room in the case, and not a single wire draped over the motherboard. This is the tidiest build I've ever done.
If you want style as well as practicality (and as long as you like X-Factor) then I'd have no qualms about recommending this case.
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