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Aerocool Strike-X Xtreme Black Edition Case Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we are taking a look at Aerocool’s Strike-X Xtreme Black Edition case. This mid-tower case aims to deliver high-end performance at a competitive price point. To help the Strike-X Xtreme Black Edition deliver on this promise it ships with three fans pre-installed, pre-drilled cable routing holes and even offers support for water cooling set-ups. With a retail price of £64.99 inc vat., can the Strike-X Xtreme Black Edition hit the sweet spot?

Aerocool have been building up their range of Strike-X cases, fan controllers and even power supplies. Joining the Strike-X family are three different versions: Black Edition, White Edition and Devil Red Edition.



  • Mid-tower case.
  • Motherboard support: Micro-ATX, ATX.
  • Expansion slots: 7.
  • Drive bays: 4 x 5.25″ / 6 x 3.5″ HDD or 2.5″ HDD.
  • Maximum GPU length: 293 mm.
  • Maximum CPU cooler height: 172 mm.
  • Front panel I/O: 2 x USB 3.0 + HD Audio and Mic jacks.
  • Total number of fans supported: 5.
  • Fans included: 1 x 120 mm rear exhaust, 1 x 180 mm front in-take and 1 x 140 mm top exhaust.

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  • Ben

    Doesnt look bad, but its a bit plasticky still. Never seen their cases in the flesh, would like a hands on before considering.

  • for me its a great case i fit nearly all cables easily just 24pin connector was little hard to put through rubber groumet cable management was ok only 2 cons for me is: 1. i wish front and top covers are metal 2. plastic pci-e cover makes noise so i take it out

  • Neil Bryson Cargamento

    This is a nice cheap mid tower case. My only problem with this is the lack of space for cable management, especially if you have a non-modular PSU, and the HDD drive tray is unremovable so it won’t fit a really large graphics card such as a Gigabyte GTX 970 which is around 300mm. If only the upper half of the HDD drive tray can be removed, then this would fit in any graphics card.