The Aerocool Qx2000 is definately a small form factor or SFF for the extreme gamers out there. It isn't often that you can find a case this small that is able to hold today's long graphic cards up to 300mm and not to mention the power supplies large enough to push them. Aerocool provides you both in the Qx2000. And when it comes to cooling down such components you will need the necessary ventrilation. And the Qx2000 provides it in the form of 120mm intake fan up front and three 80mm exhaust fans which are not included. The options are definately there but too bad the cae does not come complete with the necessary fans. This could be to keep cost down. One of the main features of the Qx2000 is the ease in which is it to build it up. Because the two halves separate to allow for easy access to the motherboard pane cuts the time in half it seems like. And its a pure luxury not having to remove a ton of components to change out one. When it comes to down you can expect to pay roughly $85. Making it cheaper than the last SFF we reviewed that we reviewed which is the Silverstone SG05 which is another Pro-Clocker's favorite. So in this case it is a matter of if you want the gamer look or the sleek. The Qx2000 is definately a nice case and very functional for those that are into gaming.
(Les notes de la presse sont données à titre indicatif et représentent une interprétation du test par Numerama)