Aerocool Strike-X Air Review

Instructions and Accessories

Aerocool Strike-X Air Review


Instructions and Accessories

The case comes with an instruction booklet which gives reasonably clear guidance on how things go together.  It doesn't exactly push the boat out though to tell you about all the various access holes and cable routing options that are available.  I guess Aerocool figure you can work this out for yourself.  Also included for a reason I have not yet been able to fathom are no less than 3 PSU mounting brackets.  These are screwed tot he rear of the PSU with the PSU then being slid into the rear of the case clipping in place when they reach the right point.  All I can think is that this is done with a nod towards using the case as a test bed for PSU's although why it's thought it would be too much trouble to just unscrew the 4 screws and re use the plastic bracket.  We're also provided with 2 sets of 4 adhesive isolation feet, again I guess for when we swap from 1 PSU to another!  A final rummage through the accessories box reveals  the usual selection of screws along with a good sized handful of cable ties 

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Most Recent Comments

23-07-2012, 05:19:03


With it's bold and aggressive styling, the open frame design of Aerocool's Strike-X Air is aimed not just at gamers, but at those who like maximum access to their hardware.

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23-07-2012, 14:50:25

Hey, can i get a Corsair H100 or a Phanteks PH TC14PE whit a closed cover? Or can a H100 be installed?Quote

24-07-2012, 00:24:25

thanks GDUB... when TTL introduced it at the show, it was a different something, just couldnt
wrap my head around it. but now, that you've shed a light on it, (or as well as you could be
cause of how large it was) it is different in a different way.

it doesn't look portible for a LAN case. it supports water cooling (grommets in the bulkhead) but
where to mount a radiator(s)? again, great review. told me what i need to know and how my
open benches are important without worrying about the top blowing off! LOL...


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