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Kolink Aviator V Case Review

Rating: 8.0.

Kolink may be a new name to many KitGuru readers, but today we are looking at their Aviator V case. Priced at £46.99 it is aimed squarely at the budget audience, but still has some exciting features to offer. First and foremost of these is the panoramic acrylic side panel, but an integrated fan controller and two LED fans are also worth mentioning.

Given such features would usually cost a fair bit more than the £46.99 asking price, the Kolink Aviator V looks like a good option for those who want a decent building experience without shelling out the big bucks for a premium chassis. In this review, we will assess the build quality, practicality and cooling performance of the Aviator V before giving a final verdict.



  • Type: Midi Tower Case
  • Colour: Black with glossy front panel finish
  • Case Material: 0.5mm Steel/Plastic
  • Power Supply Orientation: Bottom
  • Motherboard Support: ATX/Micro-ATX/Mini-ITX
  • External 5.25″ Bays: 2
  • External 3.5″ Bays: 1
  • Internal 3.5″ Bays: 2
  • Internal 2.5″ Bays: 1
  • Expansion Slots: 7
  • Front Ports: 2 x USB3.0 (with USB2.0 converter), 1 x USB2.0, HD-Audio x 1, Mic x 1, SD Card Reader, Fan
  • Controller
  • Cooling System: Front – 2 x 120mm Fan (included Red LED), Rear – 1 x 120mm (included), Top – 2 x 120mm
  • (optional)
  • Dimensions: 400 x 211 x 480mm
  • Box Dimensions: 578 x 263 x 538
  • Clearance: VGA – 370mm, CPU Cooler – 170mm

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