Azza Introduces Aero-Chassis with Mesh Side Panel for Gaming PC

Azza has expanded its range of cases by using the Aero mid-tower for a gaming desktop, with good ventilation of the internal space. This novelty allows the assembly of E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards.

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The device has been built with mesh panels on the front and back. This helps keep the air circulating. The equipment initially included four floats with a diameter of 120 mm with multi-color addressable ARGB backlighting. There are three stations installed in the front and one more in the back. By using technological technologies such as ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, ASRock PolyChrome Sync or MSI Mystic Light Sync, the effects can be adapted and synchronized.

There are seven expansion cards, including one that has 400mm of bandwidth. You can use up to four 2.6 storage devices and up to two 3.5 storage devices. The bottom panel has two USB 3.0 ports, three and a half mm headphone and microphone jacks.

In order to use the liquid cooling system, you can use front and rear radiators with a minimum of 360mm of liquid water. CPU cooler height limit is 1.70mm. The Aero case weighs 6 hours and 43220445 mm. There is no price estimate yet.

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Robert P. Miller