Gigabyte seems pretty happy about its new
case, check out if it's good or not.
Behind its elegant design, the GIGABYTE 3D AURORA adopts a fully aluminum
structure that has been designed from the ground up to be easily accessible
with virtually tool-free component installation and removal. A key feature of
the chassis is its ample drive space that includes up to five 5.25 drive
bays and seven 3.25 drive bays (2 external and 5 internal) with special
slide in slots. Complimenting its practical design, the 3D Aurora houses easily
accessible USB 2.0, Firewire (IEEE1394), and audio ports on the side of the
front panel, adding to the ergonomics of the case. A unique characteristic is
the light beam that can be customized by the user to project the image of their
choice a must have feature for case modders.
Looks like Gigabyte is getting into watercooling
The GIGABYTE 3D Galaxy Liquid Cooling System uses a thick ½ inch
tube that, together with the powerful water pump, enables an impressive 400
L/hr (liters per hour) of circulation to carry heat away from the CPU. With
a super-size radiator and 12cm adjustable speed fan, thermal energy is efficiently
dispersed from the system even under extreme over-clocking conditions.