Aerocool Releases Three Strike-X Xtreme Cases

The Strike-X series has already seen a number of enclosures, but now Aerocool is adding three enclosures to the lineup, all called Strike-X Xtreme. The three cases will be nearly identical, except for the colors that have been used. There will be three versions: white, black and Devil Red.

The enclosures are full-towers, and thus fit up to ATX size motherboards. They measure 530 x 210 x 520 mm and are made of 0.7 mm SECC steel. The front of the case, as well as part of the top and part of the side, are made of meshed aluminum. The enclosure itself has room for six 3.5" or 2.5" drives, as well as accommodations for up to four 5.25" optical drives. CPU coolers can be up to 172 mm in height, and graphics cards up to 293 mm long.

Aerocool's Strike-X Xtreme enclosures will have three premounted fans: one front intake 180 mm fan with LED lighting, another LED lit 140 mm top exhaust fan, and a standard 120 mm exhaust fan in the back. External connectivity is handled by two USB 3.0 ports, HD analog audio ports, as well as a power button and reset switch.

The enclosures should already be available in retail channels, and carry MSRP pricing of €59 for the Black Edition and the Devil Red Edition, while the White Edition will cost €63.

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  • vmem
    sigh, more cases that look like a moded Haf-X
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  • eklipz330
    looks okay, not too ugly, but i much prefer minimalism and custom mods rather than manufacturer creations
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  • eklipz330
    looks okay, not too ugly, but i much prefer minimalism and custom mods rather than manufacturer creations
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