Aerocool Reveal Latest Chassis Designs at Computex 2016

/ 3 years ago


Aerocool has a huge range of new products at their years Computex, such as their new budget friendly gaming chassis, the LS-5200 which comes in both black and white variants. It’s a nice looking chassis and Aerocool said it’s be priced extremely competitively, while still offering up LED fans, a large side panel window, air filters, dual fan controllers and more.


One of the most important chassis here is the DS230, a big upgrade to their popular Dead Silence series DS200 chassis. It comes equipped with a silence focused design, a really cool angular front panel design with side air intakes, and reactive multi-colour lighting. You can cycle the lighting modes on the front panel controls, or set them to change colour based on how hard you’re pushing your system, which is nice little feature for gaming builds.






A potential release for later this year is their new prototype Aero-1000. It’s the same old chassis at its heart, but with a tempered glass side panel and as a fan of the glass panels, I very much welcome this coming to market.



And now for the bigger brother, the Aero-2000, another tempered glass beast, but this time in full-tower format vs the 1000’s mid-tower format, and it looks stunning! Lots of room for water cooling, high-end graphics cards and more.



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