Aerocool Strike-X GT Devil Red Edition Mid-Tower Review



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It wasn’t long ago that we took a look at the Strike-X Xtreme mid-tower and here we are again with another Aerocool product, and this time we have the budget friendly Strike-X GT. There are no shortage of options at the more budget friendly end of the market and for around £50 you could pick and choose from a massive range of styles and features, certainly a lot more to choose from than there was a few years ago.

There is nothing wrong with having more choice on the market but with fierce competition in this part of the market you have to offer something unique to break through at retail, so it will be interesting to see what Aerocool have to offer us here today. So without further ado let’s get straight to the good stuff and see what the Strike-X GT can do.

The box is really brightly coloured and features a clear image of the chassis, albeit a misleading image! As it shows the chassis with LED fans mounted on the side panel and top panel, where as these are not included in the box.

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The box contained a huge amount of extras, I found a stack of 5.25″ to 3.5 / 2.5″ adaptor trays, some cable ties, a wide selection of screws, bolts and washers and a user’s manual.

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One the left you can see the top of the HDD brackets, on the right you can see the underside.

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