Aerocool has today debuted a new chassis, known as the Dead Silent Gaming Cube. It’ll be available in a variety of different colours, ranging from black, through beige, white, orange and red and offer a small form factor, enthusiast orientated case to build your system in – as you might expect, it’s designed to be quiet too.
Of course you won’t be able to fit the biggest and baddest components in this, but it’s a small form factor build; it’s not designed to be a monster. That doesn’t mean the interior isn’t roomy for it’s size though. You’ll be able to fit GPUs up to 320 mm in length and CPU coolers with a total height of 190 mm. Anything more than that will start to cause problems, but it should cover enough bases that you can get something pretty powerful in there.
The top panel has an impressive amount of space too, giving you enough room to mount a massive 240mm radiator, with two pre-drilled holes for external piping or radiator mounting if you so choose.
Of course these are all features you might expect. One you might be a little more surprised to hear about though, is that the Dead Silent range of cases has leather coated top and front panels. This is purely for styling purposes, but might make for a nice platform to rest your phone, keys or feet on.
The Aerocool Dead Silent Cube cases will cost £59.99 for the standard version and £5 more for the windowed variant.
KitGuru Says: Look out for a review of this one sometime soon. In the mean time though, anyone like the look of it?