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AeroCool showcases New GT Series of PC Cases

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    Aerocool Advanced Technologies Corp., one of the world leading manufacturers of gaming PC gear, has introduced a brand new PC chassis series during their VIP event related to this year's Computex 2013 exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan. Attendees had a chance to witness three different models of GT series - a new gaming line of PC cases. Each model is already available in black and a white version, which makes it a total of six product editions.

    With the focus on ambitious gamers both inside and outside of all the three GT series models - GT-S (super-tower), GT-R (mid-tower), GT (compact mid- tower) were designed with a special effort to satisfy the high demands of different types of users. Top notch of the new series is the Aerocool GT-S model, which is equipped with a big variation of features. It comes in a two-color mix - white and blue and black and red. During the Computex event, the GT-S model attracted a lot of attention thanks to the magnetic front door, which can be placed in any location on the front panel or completely removed. Another highlighted feature of this new PC case is the maximum space (enough for XL-ATX motherboard) which is assured thanks to the super tower form factor and many expansion possibilities.

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    Users are able to mount VGA cards with a total length of 333 mm and CPU coolers with a total height of 185 mm. On the front side, five 5,25 inch bays for accessories and drives are provided. To assure enough space for hard drives and solid state disks, seven tool-free slots have been implemented. Furthermore, very solid and 1,2 mm thick SECC-steel has been used for the Aerocool GT-S PC chassis. Equipped with a fan-controller knob and prepared for water-cooling installation this super tower will exceed the expectations of the most demanding gamers and enthusiasts around the world.

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    Second member of Aerocools GT series is the Midi-Tower GT-R. Despite the slightly smaller dimensions, no compromise has to be made on most of the key-features and advantages. Enough space for high-end PC components is available, allowing VGA cards with a length of up to 293 mm and CPU coolers with a height of 172 mm to be mounted inside the GT-R chassis. Convenient handling of up to four 5,25 inch drives is assured thanks to the built-in tool-free mounting mechanism. Additionally, up to six 3,5 inch HDDs as well as 2,5 inch SSDs are easily accessible from the inside. Aerocool GT-R Midi-Tower is made of the solid 0,7 mm SECC steel.

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    Last member, which was exhibited at the event, is the compact GT (Advance) chassis. Although the smallest GT series member is compact in terms of dimensions, VGA cards with a total length of 293 mm, respectively 400 mm can be mounted. Depending on the user-requirements, either three 3,5 inch hard drives or two 3,5 inch hard drive and one 2,5 inch HDD/SSD can be mounted in the dedicated compartments. Up to two 5,25 inch bays are located on the topside of the chassis, which are equipped with an easy to use tool-free mechanism.
     
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    Looks like optimus primes poop
     
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    I like the look of the black GT-S after all plastic is fantastic
     

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