Aerocool Unveil “Project 7” at Computex 2016
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
Aerocool is working hard to create a more unified series of products under the branding “Project 7”, which pools together their chassis, power supplies, and coolers to set a new standard for the future of their brand. We’ve got a new full-tower chassis, which features RGB LED lighting, fan control, a PSU shroud, cable routing and much more, as well as being available in black and white variants.
A new 120mm AIO cooler hiding inside this one too.
Loads of room for a high-end motherboard, excellent water cooling support, base mounted SSDs and more.
Their new AIO is a custom loop setup, but one that’s ready right out of the box. It has a really slim block design, clear tubing and most interestingly, a bracket that mounts the reservoir on the radiator.
There’s build in RGB lighting in the block too, allowing you to tweak the visuals to your liking.
And it’s even possible to top it up and replace the liquid, top it up, change the colour, etc.
A more budget friendly model will also be available, which uses a larger block and built-in reservoir configuration, but also has a flow meter on the tubing.
Matching up with their new coolers, there is also a new range of fans which offer up some lovely colours to compliment your system.
Their latest range of PSUs are super impressive, all look great with their colourful fans and fully modular cables, but they’re all 80 Plus Platinum rated, and come in a range of power outputs to suit virtually any build type; we’re really looking forward to testing these out.