AeroCool GT-RS BK Edition Casing Review

AeroCool announced the GT-RS just about a month ago and the product drew quite some interest, especially with the dual-chamber design that’s similar to some products of another brand. The BK doesn’t mean Burger King, I reckon it meant BLACK edition.

AeroCool GT-RS BK Edition Casing Review

Starting from the top, the casing’s design incorporates a lot of lines and curves, go ahead and guess which one are the buttons. The one at the center is the fan speed control slider. Underneath the top panel is a 120mm fan mount, it’s just unfortunate that the top panel requires one to remove the screws before being able to detach.

AeroCool GT-RS BK Edition Casing Review

The front comes with 2 hinged covers for ODD and FDD, not that anyone actually uses those devices anyway but it’s a good thing that the doors match the design cue.

AeroCool GT-RS BK Edition Casing Review

On the left side is the cover with metal mesh grille. What? Not a side window? Of course not, the GT-RS was designed in such that the board and other components are installed on the other side.

AeroCool GT-RS BK Edition Casing Review

With the side panel opened, tadaaaaaa here is the first chamber. The first chamber itself is split into an upper and lower compartment of which the upper compartment houses small drives and the ODD while the bottom space is where the PSU and FDD resides.

AeroCool GT-RS BK Edition Casing Review

Here’s an alternative view of the first chamber.

AeroCool GT-RS BK Edition Casing Review

A view from the rear, I need not elaborate.

AeroCool GT-RS BK Edition Casing Review

A view from the bottom.

AeroCool GT-RS BK Edition Casing Review

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