A case that dreams of growing up to be a helicopter

Subject: Cases and Cooling | February 8, 2006 - 11:59 AM |
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The Aerocool ExtremEngine 3T takes aircooling seriously.  It doesn't even use millimetres to describe it's 2 huge fans, why bother when the larger one is just shy of 10 inches!  Read the full review at Pro-Clockers.


Also, Bob Dyl returns to the writing staff of PC Perspective, with a review of the Lian-Li v600, so welcome him back.


"Aerocool is one of those companies that are taking the enthusiast market by storm. Their coolers

have being a big hit over the last three years or so. I remember using their HT-101 in many system

buildups I have done. But now their cases are making a big splash just like their heatsinks.

Boasting a 25cm side panel fan and also a 14cm front facial fan, the Aerocool ExtremEngine 3T is

extreme."


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