Aerocool Project 7 P7-C0 Pro Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
Aerocool Project 7 P7-C0 Pro
Over the years, Aerocool has made some really awesome PC cases. When it comes to unique designs, they’re often a breath of fresh air and more often than not, they’re priced lower than similar models from their main rivals. Aerocool is obviously looking to put their own mark on the RGB and tempered glass chassis market with their latest chassis, but is it any good? Let’s find out!
As I already said, tempered glass and RGB lighting are the main focus for this chassis. Of course, that’s no bad thing, as it means you’ll be able to show off all of your shiny new hardware through the glass. Furthermore, the chassis is going to light up however you want it to, giving you loads more customisation options to play around with. With a bunch of built-in fans, a PSU shroud, and cable routing options, it certainly sounds promising.
The chassis will support up to an ATX motherboard, with 7 expansion slots. There’s plenty of CPU cooler clearance, but with a strong emphasis on air cooling. There are three fans in the front, and one in the rear, with two optional fan-only mounts in the top.
The chassis comes with its own software too, which can be downloaded on their website. However, follow our link here, as the Aerocool design just isn’t as friendly to use as we would like. With the software, you can tweak the lighting in the chassis, without it, they’ll be stuck on a dull purple… which is a big of a shame. The RGB cycle should at least be the default in my opinion.