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AeroCool Evo Mini Series Micro-ATX Tower Cases Revealed

AeroCool just unveiled their new Evo Mini line of Micro-ATX tower cases. Aerocool has a strong lineup of gaming cases, ranging from some of the most affordable models on the market right now, to their larger tempered glass ARGB gaming cases. It looks like the new Evo Mini-Series will sit somewhere closer to the affordable side, while still offering a solid range of features for gaming PC builds.

AeroCool Evo Mini Series Micro-ATX Tower Case

The new cases come in two variants offering a choice of black or white exteriors. However, both models have an all-black interior. The choice of tone is complimented by both vertical RGB lighting that is built into the front panel, as well as an FRGB (Fixed RGB) fan that comes included in the case.

There’s a large tempered glass window on the left side, allowing you to showcase your build. Rather than a PSU shroud, the PSU mounts into the top of the case, where it’ll be more out of sight. However, theres’ room for a micro-ATX motherboard, 260mm GPU, and 156mm CPU cooler clearance. So the case is quite small, but if you need a compact case with a smaller footprint, this is ideal.

Features

  • Unique RGB front panel design with built-in RGB lighting modes
  • Comes equipped with one 12cm FRGB fan in the rear of the case
  • Full tempered glass side panel showcases the inside of your rig
  • Supports liquid cooling in the front and rear of the case
  • Supports air cooling in the front and rear of the case
  • Supports CPU cooler up to 156mm
  • Supports high-end graphics cards up to 260mm (without front fan)

Ventilation includes two 120mm front intakes, which can mount a 240mm x 120mm radiator; and a 120mm rear exhaust, with a 120mm fan pre-installed. Storage options include two each of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch mounts. Front panel connectivity includes one USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, and HDA jacks.

What AeroCool Had to Say

“High-performance mini tower case featuring a unique RGB front panel design with built-in RGB lighting modes. Comes equipped with one 12cm FRGB fan in the rear of the case to add a stylish flair to your rig. Full tempered glass side panel showcases the inside of your rig. Supports liquid cooling in the front and rear of the case for maximum cooling efficiency.” – Aerocool

Price and Availability

AeroCool has not revealed the release date or price at this time. Check here for updates.

Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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