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AeroCool Project 7 P7-C0 Pro Mid-Tower Review

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   When all of us here started our journey in the amazing world of computers PC cases had but one purpose and that was to have sufficient internal space to accommodate all hardware components. Gradually that changed so manufacturers started adding more features not only to improve their looks (plexi panels/aluminum construction/tube lights) but also their functionality (fan hubs/front USB and 3.5mm ports/liquid cooling compatibility). Today although the majority of PC cases has nothing really new to offer in terms of design and features (that we haven't seen numerous times in the past that is) there are some which thanks to the rather new addition of tempered glass panels and RGB LEDs are considered by many to be works of art and one of them is the brand new Project 7 P7-C0 Pro Mid-Tower by AeroCool which is here with us today.


   AeroCool Advanced Technologies (AAT) was founded in 2001. At the earlier stage of operation we were committed to share our technical expertise and innovative design in providing total-solution for thermal management in industrial and personal computers. Aerocool is one of the market leaders in the "Gaming Market". Our strong brand and product image are well received by gamers and enthusiasts world-wide. We offer a full line of performance products including gaming cases, gaming PSUs, gaming mouse, gaming headsets, gaming keyboard, gaming headsets, Multi-functional panels and fans. Aerocool will continue to innovate and deliver the best user experience to gamers world-wide.


   The P7-C0 Pro was launched after the very successful release of the P7-C1 model (review here) which won not only gamers but also enthusiasts with its tempered glass side panel and an RGB LED strip around its fascia. At first glance the P7-C0 Pro seems to be somewhat more compact compared to the P7-C1 but size aside it looks more robust and thanks to using dark tempered glass for both side panels, three 120mm RGB fans at the front and a similar RGB LED strip around its front it also looks equally stunning. Aerocool however didn't stop there since the color and effects (4 in total) of the front 120mm RGB fans and the RGB LED strip is software controlled with the help of a bundled RGB fan hub/controller. Other features include a dual chamber design for the PSU and enough interior space for two 2.5" and two 3.5" drives, front 280/360mm radiator, two 120/140mm fans at the top, 175mm long CPU coolers and 389.7mm long graphics cards (414.7mm without front fans). So the time has come for us to take a closer look at the Project 7 PC7-C0 Pro by our friends over at AeroCool.