Reviews and Problems with Aerocool Dead Silence Cube
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3 weeks ago
Excerpt: My primary case used to be a Lian-Li PCA05FNB. I still believe this to be one the best made cases I have ever come across, the attention to detail is top notch and the finish is superb. So when I say that this case is now my favourite case then that's saying something!
"Fantastic looking case with flexible cooling options"
Joshua, Mighty Ape
24 July 2015
Summary: Nice solid construction, though the case feet do rock a bit this case looks awesome and has great cooling potential! My one gripe is with sacrificing the 3.5" drive bay for a longer graphics card which could have otherwise been used for a fan controller or sd card port, but I really wanted a 970… :P...
Excerpt: This is my first ever review but thought I needed to write something that gives Aerocool the acknowledgement they deserve. I have been using this case now for around 6 months and I am still over the moon with it. It oozes quality and changes thing up a bit from standard cases which is nice to see.
Excerpt: Pros - Good quality - Lots of working room - Looks good Cons - Terrible airflow The airflow within the case isn't so great. Stock fans spin slowly, which is why they remain quiet, while pushing very little air through the case.
Summary: Orange colour bleeds LED light. Makes the full case look cheap and nasty. Had to buy the black one instead - no bleed. as a small case, it is excellent - get the black colour, looks better, this one looks tacky and bleeds LED light. 5 stars for the black case.
Excerpt: Micro ATX board fits just fine with large cpu heatsink. The only difficulty I encountered was the at the lead for the large fan was very tight for the location of the socket on the motherboard. The case is easy to open and very accessible.
Excerpt: Hi all, I bought this case a few months ago for a gaming machine, and the case itself is of high quality. The cooling fans on it are silent next me on the desk, and drive bays can be removed if needed to fit in extra large graphics cards.