Aerocool Mechatron Ultimate Gaming Series Chassis Review

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Aerocool are working hard to raise their profile in Europe and we have reviewed a handful of their products recently, including the Aerocool Strike-X 800W PSU. Today we are looking at the Aerocool Mechatron which is part of the PGS B range of Chassis which stands for ‘Performance Gaming System Black’. This is also known as ‘the Ultimate Gaming Series’.

Specifications

  • Ideal “mid tower” case for gamers and PC enthusiasts.
  • All black chassis interior.
  • Solidly constructed chassis with 0.6mm SECC Japanese steel.
  • Support CPU cooler max. height up to 175mm.
  • Supports longer high-end cards up to 330mm.
  • Supports 3 x 5.25″ (External) + 3 x 2.5″ HDD (Internal) and 4 x 3.5″ HDD (Internal).
  • Supports 2 x USB 3.0 or 2 x USB 2.0 and Audio/Mic ports are easily accessible from top panel.
  • Pre-drilled holes for cable management with high-end rubber protection.
  • Pre-drilled CPU on MB plate for ease of CPU assembly.
  • Includes washable and easily removable (with magnet) PSU filter.
  • Includes water-cooling holes to support water-cooling system.
  • Includes anti-vibration pads to absorb shock and vibration from PSU and HDDs.
  • Supports up to 8 fans:
    • Front -  2 x 12 or 2 x 14 or 1 x 20cm fans(1 x 20cm Red LED fan included – Black Edition)
    • Top -  2 x 12 or 2 x 14 or 1 x 18 or 1 x 20cm fans (Optional)
    • Bottom -  1 x 12 or 1 x 14 cm (Optional)
    • Left-  2 x 12 or 2 x 14 or 1 x 20cm fans (Optional)
    • Rear-  1 x 12 cm fan (1 x 12cm Black fan included)
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  • Aerocool Mechatron Ultimate Gaming Series Chassis
    December 17, 2012
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    [...] "The Aerocool Mechatron is an interesting looking case, which offers a wide array of features for a mid-tower chassis. It has clearly been manufactured in the same factory as the BitFenix Ghost chassis as the main elements of the chassis are identical. There are however several key differences between the two designs. The Aerocool Mechatron has much more potential for cooling as 8 x 120 mm fans could be fitted, compared to the BitFenix Ghost which is only able to fit 6. The front, sides and top of the chassis also allow for more airflow to enter/exit the case due to the grill design. In contrast, the BitFenix Ghost suffers from more restricted airflow, but does boast superior sound suppression thanks to the BitFenix Serenitek Silencing Material on the sides and front of the chassis. The design of the Aerocool Mechatron does make it stand out from the crowd and the company offer white and blue variations. The front and top of the chassis feature some chunky bezels which give it a bit of a character, and also add to the functionality of the case. There is space for a 200 mm fan, and for fitting USB 3.0 and Power and Reset Switches. We do like that Aerocool have opted for a bold and eye catching design, but if you like a more subdued design then the Mechatron Ultimate will not appeal…" You can read their full review here. [...]

  • Mechatron Black Edition | Maximumcase.Com
    September 18, 2013
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