The Aerocool GT Advance is built for those people looking for the cheapest possible case, and there are very few branded alternatives which manage to achieve a similarly impressive price point. Even the Aerocool VS-92 that we looked at recently is almost £20 more expensive than this model, and we would also consider that to be a budget case.
There isn’t anything particularly special about the Aercool GT Advance from an aesthetic point of view, but it is fairly attractive and is certainly better looking than most cases at this price point. The build quality is quite good when factoring in the cost, but it doesn’t come close to that of more expensive cases. Those looking for a alternative at this price point should consider the Bitfenix Merc.
It is quite impressive that Aerocool have managed to include two fans with this case considering the price. The airflow they generate should be ample for most users, and we achieved decent temperatures in our tests. They were a little noisy, though, but we cannot realistically expect excellent acoustics from fans included with a case at this price.
At a price of £25 from CCL, the Aerocool GT Advance offers great value for money. While there are a few other cases on the market from the likes of Bitfenix that offer something similar, they are generally around £5 more expensive. This may not sound like a lot of money but it actually makes them 20% more expensive. So for those users who are on particularly tight budgets, this case is ideal.
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- Impressive price.
- Available in black and white.
- Two fans included.
- Some users may not like the aesthetic design.
- Fans are quite noisy.
KitGuru says: An impressive budget case from Aerocool which is likely to appeal to a young gaming audience.