AeroCool presents the DS230 PC case

AeroCool presents the DS230 PC case

AeroCool has announced a new PC case that goes under the name of DS230. The new case features the popular mid-tower form factor and more importantly a significantly improved noise cancelling technology so you will be able to enjoy a computer that almost does not make any noise.

To achieve this the AeroCool DS230 comes with a special noise dampening material that covers the insides of the case. Unfortunately there are no additional details so we must take this information as it is. The case also comes equipped with RGB LEDs that support seven colors and that offer various lighting modes. The DS230 is made of 0.7 mm SECC steel and measures 230 x 475 x 477.8 mm for total weight of 8.2 kilograms. The case supports up to ATX motherboards, video cards that are up to 388 mm long (when there are no fans on the front panel, the length goes up to 413 mm) and CPU coolers that are up to 170 mm tall. The DS230 also has seven expansion slots and supports up to two 3.5-inch storage drives and up to three 2.5-inch storage drives.

The new AeroCool case comes with a single pre-installed 120 mm cooling fan that spins at 600-1800 rpm and that sits at the back. Up front users can install up to three 120 mm or up to two 140 mm cooling fans. On the top panel the case supports up to two 120 mm or 140 mm cooling fans. The DS230 also supports liquid cooling solutions – the front panel supports 360 mm or 280 mm radiators, on the top panel you can use 240 mm or 280 mm radiators and the rear panel can take 120 mm radiators.

The price of the AeroCool DS230 is still missing so unfortunately we cannot tell you how much this case costs.

Source: AeroCool

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