Conclusion: As with every case, it's always nice when it looks great both with the lights on and with them off. Along with the 120mm LED fan lighting, the 3D Aurora 570 also features a small LED just below the front access ports which reflect nicely off a shiny blue plastic molding.
Summary: The Gigabyte 3D Aurora 570 Case looks great and has lots of excellent features. It's mostly aluminum, so it's light at only 8kg (18lbs) but remains rigid. They include three 120mm fans which ensures fantastic air circulation.
Conclusion: With the 570 version of the 3D Aurora, Gigabyte have essentially made a good thing even better. I was a fan of the original 3D Aurora case when I originally reviewed it, and now after 15 months of usage I am just as happy with it as ever.
Summary: Are you looking for a big case to use for your new PC? Then you should most definitely take a look at this 3D Aurora 570 II. Plenty of room even if you want a lot of hard disks, or optical drives. Even lengthy cards will feel right at home with it.
Summary: The 3D Aurora 570 will set you back $140 US, which is quite reasonable for a high-end desktop ATX case. There are few other cases that offer the level of value that this aluminum case does. Gigabyte does not seem to have marketed this case at a particular crowd, for example gamers.
Summary: While we do have a couple of issues with its construction and design, the large size and excellent cooling of the 3D Aurora 570 make it a decent case if you want to build a high-end gaming PC. Its light weight means that you can also lug it to LAN parties fairly easily.
Pros: Very light, plenty of space, excellent cooling
Cons: 5.25in drive bays are very tight, noticeable flexing when installing motherboard cables and RAM
Conclusion: All said and done, it looks like Gigabyte has the beginnings of a successful casing franchise with this latest 3D Aurora. Gigabyte got a winner with the original 3D Aurora enclosure and a year later and presumably after gaining more experience with casings, the company has gone back to its first hit...
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