I would like to thank Aerocool for supplying the review sample.
Aerocool has been revamping its entire line-up of the past 12 months or so, aiming to offer new, cool-looking cases with an affordable price tag. We had the chance to take a look at a few of their cases in the recent past, with the Tor Pro leaving a great impression, while the Tor and Klaw mid-tower units were a little bit more of a mixed bag. That having been said, the AirHawk we are reviewing today is meant to provide loads of airflow, as the name implies. It comes in two flavors, with the basic AirHawk lacking the RGB fans and just providing a single 120 mm non-RGB in the back, while the AirHawk Duo ARGB in this review sports the full configuration.
|Aerocool AirHawk Duo ARGB|
|Material:||Steel, plastic, metal mesh, and tempered glass|
|Drive Bays:||2x Internal 2.5/3.5"|
2x Internal 2.5"
|Dimensions:||219 x 480 x 485 mm (W x H x D)|
|Front Fans:||120 mm x 3 or 140 mm x 3 or 200 mm x 2 (Includes 200 mm Duo Fan x 2)|
|Rear Fans:||120 mm x 1 (Includes 120 mm Duo Fan x 1)|
|Top Fans:||120 mm x 2 or 140 mm x 2 (Optional)|
|I/O:||2x USB 3.0|
|Fan/LED Controller:||ARGB control button (using case reset cable)|
|Compatibility:||CPU Cooler: 168 mm|
GPU: 358 mm
The AirHawk ships in a basic brown box with an image of the chassis on the front and details with another view of it on the back. Both smaller panels are essentially the same, but one lets you know which configuration this case ships with.
Two foam spacers hold the chassis in place, with a thin plastic back over it to keep fingerprint and scratches away.
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