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Gigabyte 3D Aurora Enthusiast Computer Case

During Computex 2005 in Taiwan we noticed a very funky looking computer case from Gigabyte. The Taiwanese company has since released their futuristic-looking and all aluminum body "3D Aurora" enthusiast computer case into the market and we've taken a closer look at the product. If you're on the market for a new and quality computer case with a lot of classy features, read on and learn more about the Gigabyte 3D Aurora.

| Other Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 19, 2005 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Gigabyte

 

Introduction

 

When you hear the term "Gigabyte 3D Aurora", what do you instantly visualize in your mind? Maybe you're thinking a new version of the 3D Cooler or the new 7800 GTX 3D Aurora graphics card? If you thought either of these, you couldn't be much further away. If you paid attention to our Computex Coverage and what Gigabyte showed, you would know that the 3D Aurora is Gigabyte's first attempt at an enthusiast computer case.

 

In a category that is flooded with expensive quality cases like Lian Li and cheap imitations, it's not going to be easy for someone to bring out a new case and do well with sales. If you have a look at companies like Cooler Master who make some of the best looking and quality cases then actually have a look at how many are sold and compare that to a $20 case that looks similar but is made from steel, you will clearly see that these cases out sell anything else.

 

In our normal case review fashion, we'll have a look at the outside, the inside and see how it feels when having a play around to sum it up. If first impressions are anything to go by, this case looks to be a beauty.

 

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