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Aerocool Vs-92 Case Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we are going to look at one of the latest cases from Aerocool – the Vs-92.  This particular model features in Aerocool’s PGS (Performance Gaming System) range, and has been designed for those gamers who are looking to build a well-featured system, on a budget. We look forward to seeing how it performs in our tests and whether it offers as good value for money as it appears to on paper.

Aerocool aren’t a particularly well-known brand but they have been around for a few years now, producing a range of products which include cases, power supplies, fans, and peripherals.  We have looked at a number of their cases in the past and have been generally impressed with what they have to offer.  They are particularly well-known for their touch screen fan controllers, which would set you back around the same amount of money as this case.

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Features

  • Supports Long VGA Card up to 40cm
  • Includes Temperature VFD display – shows system temperature
  • Install up to 12 fans – Superb Airflow
  • Includes USB3.0 internal connectors x 2 + Audio (HD) + Mic
  • Includes 1 x 12cm Black fan (back)
  • All Black interior for the Black version and All White interior for the White version
  • Includes Dust Filter for PSU
  • Includes 3 sets of ODD screw-less kit
  • Includes 6 units of Multi-purpose adaptors – can be use to install HDD (2.5″, 3.5″, SSD) or as a fan adaptor
  • Cable routing management
  • Pre-drilled CPU holes for easy mounting and removable of CPU cooler
  • Pre-drilled water-cooling holes with rubber protection
  • Brown box packaging

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