Aerocool GT-S White Full Tower Chassis Review

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The left side panel is held in place by a pair of thumb screws at the back and features a huge side panel window that will give a clear view of the PSU, motherboard and expansion cards, while hiding most of the view of the PSU cables, hard drive bays and other components.


The right side panel is just a plain white panel and is also held in place by a pair of thumb screws.


The front panel has a very aggressive design, lots of strong angles and sweeping curves. A high contrast mixture of black and white looks great with the blue accents of the five 5.25″ drive bay covers and you’ll see shortly that there are also some blue LED’s on this panel and in the fan behind the lower air intake.


The top panel features a small cut-out at the back to allow you to easily remove it, below that you’ll find four rubber grommeted routing holes, a 140mm / 120mm fan mount, 10 x expansion bays and a bottom mounted PSU cut-out.


Along the top panel you’ll find plenty of ventilation in the form of six funky looking cut-outs, each accented with blue trim.


The front I/O panel is split into three sections, on the left you have Speed+ and Speed- for the internal fan controller, on the right you have two large LED indicators as well as the power and reset buttons, while finally you have two USB 3.0 ports, HD Audio and two USB 2.0 ports at the front.


The underside has plenty of ground clearance thanks to some very durable feet which are tipped with four firm rubber grips. The PSU benefits from a slide-out and washable dust filter, but you’ll also find an extra intake with a 120mm / 140mm optional fan mount.


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1 Comment on Aerocool GT-S White Full Tower Chassis Review

  • Avatar marty1480 says:

    Looks like a really nice case. But I just wish Aerocool would stop putting slotted fan mount points on their side Windows. It is just an entry point for dust that is hard to filter out and on the top one it is impossible to mount a fan if your are using a 120mm / 140mm closed loop water cooling solution that is mounted on the rear.

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