Tuesday, March 15th 2011

AeroCool Intros Vs-4 ATX Mid-Tower Case Targeting Bang-for-Buck Price-Point

AeroCool released a new ATX mid-tower case for gamers on a shoestring budget, the Vs-4 looks the offer most high-end features for an attractive price of just €38. Measuring 433 (H) x 185 (W) x 495 (D) mm, the Vs-4 makes clever use of 0.5 mm thick SECC steel, acrylic, and ABS plastic to keep the price down. It sports a matte black exterior overall, with a black interior. There are four exposed 5.25" bays, one of which can transform into 3.5" by changing the bay cover. There are six internal 3.5" bays spread across two cages of 2 bays and four bays, which are detachable to make room for long graphics cards or long PSUs.

The motherboard tray has holes at the right spots for cable and CPU cooler management. There are seven perforated expansion slot covers, holes for water-cooling tubing, and ample ventilation options. This includes room for a 140 mm fan at the front, one bundled 120 mm rear exhaust, one 120 mm bottom intake next to the PSU tray, and room for two 120 mm spinners on the side panel window. Front panel includes basic connectivity, USB 2.0 and audio.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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4 Comments on AeroCool Intros Vs-4 ATX Mid-Tower Case Targeting Bang-for-Buck Price-Point

#1
inferKNOX
This case would be nice if the front wasn't... well... a trainwreck.:o
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Jonap_1st
by: inferKNOX
This case would be nice if the front wasn't... well... a trainwreck.:o
i thinking the same thing :o it would be nice if it had simple looking just like shinobi case

but for around $50, it still great bang for the bucks..
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1Kurgan1
The Knife in your Back
I like the front, well not the top part, but the bottom is impressive and aggressive looking. Nice that the interior comes painted, but sad that it looks like there isn't quite enough froom to fit a thinner 120mm rad in the top above the mobo.
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#4
Static~Charge
It could stand 1 or 2 top fan mounts for better airflow (or water-cooling radiators).
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