Aerocool Aero One Eclipse Review - Style and Function for the Masses 12

Aerocool Aero One Eclipse Review - Style and Function for the Masses



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I would like to thank Aerocool for supplying the review sample.

The Aerocool Aero One Eclipse we are reviewing is a short and compact ATX chassis that offers cool looks with plenty of cooling capabilities, alongside the space where it counts so that you can build a cool gaming rig without breaking the bank. With its nifty looks and clean glass window, it could be very appealing to the budget conscious gamer and enthusiast.


Aerocool Aero One Eclipse
Case Type:Mid-tower
Material:SPCC, ABS, and tempered glass
Weight:6.1 kg
Drive Bays:1x Internal 2.5/3.5"
1x Internal 3.5"
2x Internal 2.5"
Form Factors:
ATX/micro ATX/mini-ITX
Dimensions:210 x 520 x 404 mm (W x H x D)
Front Door/Cover:N/A
Front Fans:3x 120 or 2x 140 mm (3x 120 mm ARGB pre-installed)
Rear Fans:1 x 120 mm (1 x 120 mm ARGB pre-installed)
Top Fans:3x 120 mm (optional)
Bottom Fans:2x 120 mm (optional)
Side Fans:N/A
I/O:2x USB 3.0
1x Headphone
1x Microphone
Fan/LED Controller:ARGB Control Button
Compatibility:CPU Cooler: 161 mm
GPU: 327 mm


The Aerocool Aero One Eclipse ships in a compact, brown cardboard box with a simple image of the front on one and a list of specifications as well as an additional view of the chassis on the other larger panel. Both smaller sides mention the case name and color.

Two Styrofoam spacers hold the chassis in place, while a plastic bag keeps scratches and fingerprints away during packing at the factory.

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