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Cylon RGB Mid Tower Acrylic Side window

(10 customer reviews)

80,81 $

AeroCool Cylon RGB Mid Tower with Acrylic Side window, Black

delivery between 2024/06/27 - 2024/06/30

Product details

Brand AeroCool
Color Black
Material Alloy Steel, Acrylic
Hard Disk Form Factor 3.5 Inches
Cooling Method Water, Air
Motherboard Compatability Atx
Style

Tower

10 reviews for Cylon RGB Mid Tower Acrylic Side window

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  1. I’ve had this tower for over 3 years and it’s been a pretty great tower and complimentary to any RGB of LED parts that are added onto it.

  2. I built 2 computers back to back, one with a very expensive Fractal case and one build using this one. Honestly, I’m impressed with this case – it has a lot of the same features as the fractal. A great PSU tunnel to hide the wires, a few solid SSD mounting points, easy to decipher wiring for the buttons, and the metal finish isn’t bad at all. The front LED panel has a ton of settings to match any build color scheme. I opted for the plastic side panel but I think you can spec it with tempered glass. Overall, this case is way nicer than the price point would suggest – you’ll get some jankyness like motherboard holes that are slightly off center and some easily bendable metal. But if you’re just looking for a decent case for an extra build this one is perfect

  3. RGB front panel? Say What? I can’t even keep track of the number of RGB modes it has. It flashes, it stays solid, it changes color. It even has filtered ventilation. What?!? For about $40?? I would not have expected this for the price I paid. Overall this is a very respectable case. Yes, the case is a bit… let’s say flimsy. The metal is a bit thin giving it a VERY low weight when empty and it can visibly warp when off centering force is applied to opposing corners but it has USB3 front ports and when everything is installed it becomes considerably more rigid. I placed a full ATX mobo and 2 HDDs and 2 SSDs and they all fit fine. The PSU was a run of the mill 600W Thermaltake PSU non modular unit and with everything done I was able to wire manage everything out of sight with more than enough room for more. Cooling is great with lots of room for more fans but not a liquid cooler. Ok, maybe you could get a cooler in there that was a smaller sized one. Otherwise more than enough cooling space for an AMD 3600 and a RX590 full card.This has to be the best Case Value I’ve seen in a long time. I didn’t need RGB but it just happened to come with it so Bonus! I’ll get more of these in future simple builds like this one. Maybe I’ll try a full blown RGB rig since as it is the current rig just has the RGB included with the case. I’ll throw in some strips and fans next time.If you need something simple but big enough to handle full sized mobo and gpu as well as cpu cooling then this is perfect and has some unexpected surprises.

  4. I ripped off the front case to add mesh and 3 fans and a top under fan and new CPU ux100 cooler. Good temps for high end PC I have in it Ryzen 7 3700x. 32gb ram ddr4 3200mhz. Rx 6700xt 12gb gddr6 psu 650 gold SSD ,m.2 extra rgb stuff and gpu holder as well

  5. Update: May 2020It’s been about almost 6 months now since I built my PC, and I can say, this case is not bad at all. Please see my image. What I learned from this mid-tower case is plan ahead for cable management! I did have the chance to re-do my cable management after my build since it was all over the place (back part) and it looks much better now compared to my youtube video lol. Also, there’s room for roughly 6 – 7 fans in the case. I added 2 extra fans (the white ones) for a total of 5.Original Review: Q1 of 2020This is my first ever PC build of my life, mainly used for FPS gaming and video editing/content creation. I purchased this mid tower case because of its price and the reviews, and also staying under my $1000 spending limit PC build. It’s really affordable, and good looking because of the RGB it comes with for the front. However, durability is questionnable. I’m not sure what a PC temperature should be like during intense, long gaming, but I find that my PC build gets pretty hot 2 feet away from me, as if I have a portable heater on! As you can see on the picture though, I’ve installed 2 extra fans, but there’s room for I think 3 more. The assembly was easy, but please put your PSU FIRST before screwing and wiring everything. Also, cable management seems to be alright. Mine looks okay from the naked eye as seen on my picture, but the back is somewhat of a mess and all over the place. In addition, I find that the material of this PC is flimsy and easily bends. It’s light weight, but seems fragile. You can watch me building my first PC using this case on my Youtube channel at youtube.com/broadcastbreaker (look for my video with a title that says ”I built my first gaming pc $900!” on my channel) to see how I managed to build my PC using this case, the fitting, etc.Overall, this mid-tower pc case does the job. They had to cut some corners to make this tower case work at its pricepoint, but you get what you paid for. It’s a tight fit and needs more ventilation to keep the components cool.

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