AeroCool PGS Vx-e Mid Tower Chassis Review

Internal Overview

When removing the side panel you are greeted with an interesting interior. A small cutout on the motherboard allows you to easily swap out CPU Coolers without having to remove the motherboard. Most of the standoffs you will need to install the motherboard are already raised. Two ventilation holes at the bottom of the case allow airflow to the power supply and the addition of a 120mm fan.



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Towards the rear of the case are the seven expansion slots with covers, 120mm exhaust fan, water-cooling holes and the motherboard I/O slot.


AeroCool PGS Vx-e Mid Tower Chassis AeroCool PGS Vx-e Mid Tower Chassis

The front of the case has a total of nine 5.25″ drive bays. There are no 3.5″ drive bays, but there are adapters to convert a 3.5″ to a 5.25″. This sort of makes it annoying when installing the 3.5″ drives. There are seven tool free devices to secure the drives in place.


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Included with the system are four 3.5″ to 5.25″ converters, necessary screws, and a very simple User Manual.


AeroCool PGS Vx-e Mid Tower Chassis

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