Gigabyte's 3D series, together at last

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 26, 2005 - 11:55 AM |

The 3D Galaxy from Gigabyte has been around for a bit, and you may have seen reviews of this watercooling system.  New from Gigabyte is the 3D Aurora, an ATX case designed specifically to house the Galaxy watercooler.  See how well they work together in the full review from Legion Hardware.

"They did this by developing the "Galaxy Liquid Cooling Kit" designed for use with high-end

systems. However, developing a high-performance water cooling kit just would not have the same

impact without a high-end case to go with it. Therefore, Gigabyte has also designed a new

standalone ATX case designed to house their water-cooling kit. This case is known as the 3D Aurora

and purely from an appearance point of view, there is nothing else quite like it."

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