Gigabyte Aorus AC300W ATX Mid-Tower PC case
We review the Gigabyte AC300W ATX Mid-Tower PC case. Designed with the usage of Gigabyte components in mind the chassis the case is released within the premium Aorus series of products. The casing is tagged VR ready and comes with customizable RGB Fusion functionality. We have a changing enthusiast PC landscape with features like backplate cut-outs, many water cooling options and alongside the wide RGB hype, RGB fans, strips, and controllers. The Aorus AC300W chassis comes with a front-side HDMI connector that you can lead directly towards the HDMI output at the backside of some of their graphics cards.
- 16.8M Customizable RGB Lighting
- Transparent Full Side Panel Window
- Support Vertical and Horizontal VGA Installation
- PSU Shroud Design
- Detachable Dust Filter
The chassis is designed for both vertical and horizontal mounted VGA. Show off your fancy graphics card for best viewing presentation with the support of vertical VGA installation. The transparent acrylic side panel window gives a full view of your own build. You accomplish a clean look by hiding the PSU and cable connectors inside the PSU shroud while separating the PSU heat from the rest of the internal system.
- Dimensions ( W x H x D ) 440*210*469 mm
- Material Steel, Plastic
- Expansion slots 7 or 2 (requires PCIE raiser cable)
- Form factor Mid Tower
- I / O ports USB 3.0 x 2, HD Audio
- Fans Front : 120mm*3 / 140mm *2– Top : 120 mm*2/ 140mm*2
– Rear : 120mm*1 / 140mm*1
(Default: Rear 120mm*1+ Front 120mm*1)
- M/B Type mini-ITX/m-ATX/ATX
- Color Black
- Net weight 7 kg
- 5.25″ Driver Bays None
- 3.5″ Driver Bays 2 or 2.5″ HDD x2
- 2.5″ Driver Bays 2 (Behind the MB tray)
- Power Supply Type Standard ATX (Not included)
- Maximum Compatibility CPU Height : 170mm– VGA Length : 410mm
– PSU Length : 200mm (including the buffer space for power connectors).
There is space for storage as well, you can house three 2.5” SSD trays and a regular bay/tray (hidden) can hold two HDDs. At a price of 99 USD, the AC300W is available now. But hey, let’s move onwards into the review.