Gigabyte's second Aurora
Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 25, 2006 - 12:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
It's a big sturdy aluminum case, with built in features to make it easier to setup watercooling. The Guru of 3D is quiet impressed by the Aurora 570, since they like the extra space. It makes it easier to install the parts, and you can fit more parts in, though the USB ports could use a better location.
"This time around we are going to check out the 3D Aurora 570, which is the update if you like from the original Aurora chassis. So what is
special about this case then? Well for starters, it is large and has a lot of space inside. It is sturdy, has two holes pre-drilled for
watercooling so that you won't have to use a PCI slot to pass the tubes out for your radiator. Did I mention that it is big? Also, the front
bezel and the side panel can be locked. According to Gigabyte themselves, only keys from other Aurora cases can be used. "
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