Aerocool Releases BattleHawk Value Chassis

/ 1 year ago


Aerocool presented their new BattleHawk chassis as part of its value-for-money PGS-V (Performance Gaming System) series a couple of weeks ago, but didn’t reveal the price nor release date at that time. They’ve caught up on that now and the good news is that if you want one of these new PC cases, then you don’t have to wait long.

The BattleHawk will be available as both black and white coloured versions and offers an aggressive design and a variety of features that you otherwise usually find in more expensive cases such as great cable-routing abilities, removable dust filters, and more.



The BattleHawk has room for a ATX, micro-ATX, or mini-ATX motherboard and that is not a typo. The mini-ATX formfactor might not be so well-known among most people, but it’s a valid standard measuring 15 times 15 centimeters, making it slightly smaller than a mITX motherboard. You can add graphics cards with a length of up to 390mm and CPU coolers with a total height of 155mm, opening up for a great deal of options.


The case comes with two pre-installed 120mm fans where the front features LED lighting. You can add another two 120mm fans to the top panel to further enhance the cooling abilities. There’s no shortage of drive mounting options either with space for up to three 3.5-inchharddrives, two 2.5-inch HDDs or SSDs and it also features two 5.25-inch drive bays for optical drives, fan controllers, or other accessories.


The new Aerocool BattleHawk chassis will be available at etailers and retails starting this week for a suggested manufacturers price of €64,90 EUR / $71,50 USD.


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