Description of 💻 Unveiling the AeroCool Aero One Eclipse: The Ultimate Computer Case for Gaming and Professional use
- 1. Design. With backlight looks impressive, very stylish. It will look great on the table, both in white and black. 2. 4 RGB turntables included + hub. 3. Tempered glass 4. Relatively compact 5. Excellent blowability. Temperatures after Zalman Z11 dropped by 7-10 degrees for all components, for SSDs, if it used to be 45-50, now it’s 30-35 (I screwed the ssd onto the front panel, next to the mother). That is why I took a case with a mesh and 3 valves for blowing, because Zalman Z11 had a full steam room. Only one valve 120x120 for blowing (side 80x80 has long since left). In AeroCool One, coolness reigns, like in a refrigerator. I don't know if it's a negative. But if you want to get the maximum air flow, so that it blows straight, remove the front dust filter, it dampens the air flow by 30-40%.
- At the beginning of 2022, this case, like the airhawk duo/nighthawk duo, completely disappeared from store shelves. In early May, they reappeared, and then only in black and in small quantities. By the end of the month they were gone again. The corpus is in short supply. 1. I took it for ~ 4300 (this is the price with all the additional discounts in one popular store). In other stores, it costs from 5000 to 6000. Previously, it could be taken for 4000-4500. But the deficit apparently allowed the stores to raise the price to 5000-6000, which I consider extremely inadequate. Naturally, it is not worth that kind of money. Read below why. The first drawback of this case is the price. The red price for him is 4000. 2. Metal. Before buying, I was worried, I read reviews about metal at the level of a tin can, etc. Had arrived. Touched. It seems that for a price of 4000 METAL is not bad. Yes, the wall bends behind and in some places. There, only the motherboard has thicker metal. My old Zalman Z11 has 30% thicker metal, it once cost $80-100. And by the way, in a collapsible form, the Z11 is noticeably heavier than the AeroCool One Eclipse (and for a second the Aerocool body has tempered glass, but it is not light), draw your own conclusions. For 4000 metal is normal, but for 5000-6000 it is no good. 3. Turntables. At first they seemed quiet, after a day or two, in deathly silence, I began to hear some kind of crack from all 4 ex. Similar to the game of throttles, only quieter by 50%. The turntables were quieter on the Zalman Z11. Perhaps it's all to blame for the fact that the valves on the aerocules out of the box are spinning at max speed and I have not yet figured out how to lower the speed. I don't have a 5v connector. To be honest, after a close acquaintance with these valves, it seemed that they were not of very high quality. And all the development efforts went into the design, not the insides. You may ask if I want too much for a case for 4000? Yes, but this case costs 5000-6000 now. And this is a shame. 4. I didn’t like that they didn’t make the glass on the side tinted. Transparent is better, isn't it? I will continue in the comments.
- Nice, nice body. There are no large gaps in the body assembly (almost).
- No noise cancellation, no. It is impossible to turn off the turntables or reduce their speed only if you connect each fan to the motherboard itself, but then without highlighting. RTX 2070 got scratched on the case. After installing the video card and the holder for it, the connector cover does not close (although I tried to bend it, it did not work out).
- The blown frontal wall (with a lattice) is easily removed by hand. Short in depth, but taller than the "regular" body. Easy. Transparent glass side cover, easy to install even when the case is standing.
- Not the best holes on the mounting wall. When installing a 2.5" SSD, in order not to damage the power wires, I had to lead them through the hole above which the second 2.5" SSD is installed, and not through the nearest one (there is in the photo). Through the nearest, you have to bend strongly. Although I do not exclude that it is possible that I misunderstood something during installation. The case is flimsy, it is possible to crush its elements during assembly. When rearranging the case, you just want to grab onto the protruding plastic elements, and this is fraught with slight damage.
- 1. Airflow of components. 2. Design. 3. Durable outer case. 4. Plenty of room for a given case size. 5. Convenient fastening of side covers. 6. Price
- 1. After 2.5 months, the fans began to splash with oil. All without exception. (possibly marriage of the party) 2. Small compartment for the power supply. 3. The thickness of the metal for mounting the motherboard could be more. 4. It was not possible to get the RGB controller to work with the ASUS TUF-GAMING-Z490-PLUS-WI-FI motherboard
- - Beautiful appearance - Ease of assembly - normal flow
- - Bad iron - not very good fans - inconvenient and unnecessary hub for setting the backlight - The price is too high for him.
- Big, windy, quiet
- Color switching on coolers does not work
- The thickness of the metal will go, the quality is good, the cooler is just fire. I took it for 4700 by promic.
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