Aerocool P7C1 Project 7 Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
There’s a huge demand for unique and premium looking chassis in the system building market these days, but more often than not, these chassis often come with a hefty price tag that leaves many consumers out of the running to purchase them. Aerocool realised this and have created their new Project 7 product range, which features all the unique design we’ve come to expect from an Aerocool chassis, fitted out with funky multicolour LED lighting effects and a huge tempered glass side panel window to show off your new hardware, and it does it for a very reasonable price.
- Futuristic and modern design.
- Intelligent PWM fan control board included.
- 7 LED lighting colors & 4 LED Lighting mode selection.
- Large acrylic side window for clear viewing of chassis interior.
- 19-29mm of space for cable routing.
- Supports either 360mm or 280mm water cooling system on front panel.
- Supports either 240mm or 280mm water cooling system on top panel.
- Support max. high-end graphic cards up to 375mm.
- Supports max. CPU cooler height of 165mm.
- Supports max. PSU length of 200mm.
- SD & microSD card reader included.
- Removable PSU and front dust filter for easy cleaning.
- Pre-drilled holes for cable management to reduce cable mess.
- PSU cover design.
Equipped with 9-colour LED lighting in the front panel, as well as a magnetic LED strip, getting the right look for your build has never been easier. There will also be two models of this chassis hitting the market, one in black, the other in white; we have the while model in the eTeknix office today.
In terms of capabilities, the Project 7 chassis is well equipped, with room for a modest amount of 3.5/2.5″ hard drives, a huge amount of room for extra-long graphics cards, room for 6 x 120mm fans (1 x pre-installed), and room for up to three radiators throughout the top, front, and rear of the chassis.
In the box, you’ll find the magnetic LED lighting strip, all the usual screws and fittings, as well as a Molex powered fan hub, which should help keep a lot of cables out of sight and away from your motherboard.