Aerocool Tor Pro Review 12

Aerocool Tor Pro Review

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Introduction

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


The Aerocool Tor Pro is the bigger version of the Tor in terms of looks. However, it is not only larger, but offers a plethora of cooling options, great motherboard compatibility, and more fans right out of the box. So while it may look like the Tor, it is certainly geared towards users who need and want the space. But let's dive into the review of the Aerocool Tor Pro to find out how it really manages to differentiate itself from its smaller brother.

Specifications

Aerocool Tor Pro
Case Type:Full-Tower
Material:Steel, tempered glass
Weight:11 kg
Slots:9
Drive Bays:2x Internal 2.5/3.5"
2x Internal 2.5"
Motherboard
Form Factors:
Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX, E-ATX
Dimensions:249.5 x 566 x 473 mm (W x H x D)
Front Door/Cover:N/A
Front Fans:4x 120 mm/3x 140 mm/ 2x 200 mm (Includes 140 mm RGB Fan x 3)
Rear Fans:2x 120/140 mm (Includes 140 mm RGB Fan x 1)
Top Side Fans:3 x 120 mm/2x 140 mm (optional)
Bottom Fans:3 x 120 mm/2x 140 mm (optional)
Side Fans:N/A
I/O:1x USB 3.0 Type C
2x USB 2.0
2x USB 3.0
1x Headphone
1x Microphone
Fan/LED Controller:LED Fan controller & remote control, incl. fan speed control
Compatibility:CPU Cooler: 189 mm
GPU: 383 mm
PSU: N/A

Packaging


Aerocool ships the Tor Pro in a plain brown cardboard box with a basic outline of the chassis on the front and back. You will also find the specifications on the rear. There are some feature bullet points on one side, while the other is mainly intended for logistics stickers.


Foam spacers hold the enclosure in place, while a plastic bag protects the chassis from fingerprint or scratches.

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