Gamemax Aero black
Gamemax Aero black
Chassis Form Factor:Midi Tower
PSU power:no PSU
Internal bays 3.5":2
Internal bays 2.5":2
Front panel:USB 3.1 gen1, USB 2.0
Includes V3.0 PWM+ARGB (Rainbow) Hub (hub can only connect five fans + 2 ARGB strips) and remote control. Fan connection 3-pin + ARGB 3-pin (+5V).
The case has collected all the best from low-cost midi tower sized platforms. The chassis boasts an excellent performance cooling system. The model comes with three pre-installed fans, with 2 front fans having a diameter of 200mm and the rear impeller being 120mm. A generously perforated grille is used on the front instead of a blank panel, which allows the fans to take in fresh air without restrictions.
Regular turntables make it possible to stabilize the temperature of any components without problems, even from the hot segment. The Gamemax Aero computer case has an impressive decorative effect. The stock fans have built-in RGB lighting. Additionally, there is a large viewing window. At the same time, the viewing sidewall is hung on eyelets, which allows it to open and close like a door.
There is enough space inside the chassis to use full-size components. Motherboard format: ATX, MicroATX, Mini-ITX. The height of the CPU cooler can reach 170 mm, and the length of expansion cards, in particular the graphics card, can reach 330 mm. A remote control is also supplied with the case, which makes it easy and convenient to adjust the lighting effects of standard illumination.
Shine Bright: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About PC RGB LightingWe understand how the backlight appeared in the PC, how it is useful, and what synchronization systems are on the market
Series Gamemax X3 (Mid Tower)→ Compare using chart
AccessoriesAll accessories for Gamemax Aero →
Viewing window, removable baskets and hidden cable routing
Gamemax Aero is a popular Midi Tower computer case, which is positioned by the manufacturer as an inexpensive option for building a gaming PC. It can fit almost any ATX motherboard, a graphics card up to 340 mm long, a 170 mm high tower cooler and a full-fledged liquid cooling system. Like all cases of this level, it is equipped with dust filters and removable baskets for drives, it has an inspection door on the side, and the existing fans are equipped with addressable lighting.
In 2021, the market is literally littered with similar looking gaming PC cases with side viewing windows, bottom power supply, hidden wire routing and oversized RGB coolers on the front door. So why is Gamemax Aero better and what is the reason for its popularity? Firstly, it has an excellent balance between the final price, quality of materials and functionality. Second, it looks solid. Most computer cases for 60 – 70 dollars look either too modest, or, on the contrary, too pretentious and pretentious. In contrast, the neat black and white Gamemax Aero resembles more premium models from Fractal Design and Be Quiet! And a pair of 200mm addressable turntables add a twist to the Gamemax Aero's look. It is a pity that there are not so many interesting lighting effects here, but the simplest effects like a rainbow look best.
Simplicity and convenience
Thirdly, the case turned out to be comfortable. Unnecessary expansion slots can be removed to free up space, drive pockets can also be swapped or removed. And in addition to the front door with a dust filter, there is a second door on the side, where the viewing window is located. Well, the trinity of fans already installed in the case is a good bonus to the total set. Well, the last. In addition to the case itself, its owner will find in the box a hub with a controller for connecting address lighting and a remote control for controlling it. A trifle, but nice. At the same time, there are also disadvantages: for example, the HDD pockets are not very well located, the steel is rather thin here, and the layout has been seen better. But against the background of the price and all the advantages of this case, you don’t really want to find fault with such trifles.