The Gigabyte 3D Aurora case comes as a dream-come-true to many overclockers and case
modders since it’s raw looks is rather mesmerizing. Reviewing it based on its thermal performance, it comes with an impressive dual 120mm rear exhaust fans, single
120mm intake, full aluminum body, fully tool-less assembly, etc. This case is
simply packed to the brim in terms of features. Of course, it is also a perfect
companion for the 3D Galaxy Liquid Cooling solution.

Here are some specifications of the case:

 

Dimensions
  • 205mm x 522mm x 510mm (Width X Depth X Height)
Front Bezel Material
  • Full Aluminum
Color
  • Sliver
  • Black
Side Panel
  • Elegant Vent Design
Body Material
  • Full Aluminum
Weight
  • 7.1 KG (Net)
Expansion
  • 5x 5.25″ External Bays
  • 2x 3.5″ External Bays
  • 5x 3.5″ Internal Bays
  • 7 PCI Expansion Slots
Cooling
  • 1x 120mm Silent Blue LED Front Intake Fan
  • 2x 1200mm Silent Blue LED Rear Exhaust Fan
I/O Ports
  • 2x USB 2.0
  • 1x IEEE 1934 FireWire (“A”)
  • 1x Audio

 

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The case when powered on and lighted up. The front offers a
bright blue glow, and there is actually a customizable projector, that can
project your intended text at the front bottom of the case.

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The rear of the case, with dual 120mm rear exhaust.

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The front Gigabyte logo on the case.

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The case when opened up. It is a pretty tight fit for the
motherboard area, but the hard drive and optical drive area is still alright.