Aerocool Mechatron White Edition Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
Today I am taking a look at the Mechatron Gaming Chassis from Aerocool, a special White Edition from the Aerocool Ultimate Gaming Series range. We’ve already taken a look at some of the PGS B range of chassis from Aerocool and quite simply put, I thought they were fantastic, offering extreme style and performance without costing the Earth, so it will be great to see if the Mechatron has what it takes to live up to the high standard set by its predecessors.
Why not check out our reviews of the BX-500 and the Xpredator, both links open in a new tab and if you like the Mechatron chassis, I highly recommend you check these out, both more than worthy of our eTeknix awards.
With 10 years of chassis experience to their name Aerocool and a strong knowledge of everything from CPU coolers, fans and their controllers they really do know a thing or two about making great products, something that has shown well in our previous Aerocool reviews.
“Our engineering and RD staffs specialize in airflow analysis, material conductivity, heat transfer technology and efficiency design. Aerocool not only has expertise in cooler technology and product design, but we also play a vital role in the enhancement of production efficiency and marketing analysis. We are constantly developing new products and technology to meet market demands and to generate new markets for our thermal products.” – aerocool.com.tw
Being part of the Ultimate Gaming Series this chassis is aimed at the high end gaming market, with its extreme style and design lending towards the needs of high performance components and the sort of people who want their system to stand out in a crowd. With gamers needing room for multiple graphics cards, enormous aircooled and watercooled CPU blocks, large motherboards, high performance power supplies, massive amounts of storage solutions and all the while maintaining a solid airflow throughout their system, you really can’t make compromises on your chassis. So come and take a look at the next few pages, where I will find out just how many boxes the Mechatron can tick.