GIGABYTE Launches AORUS C500 GLASS Gaming Chassis

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GIGABYTE has shared a new press release detailing its latest PC case aimed at gamers, the AORUS C500 GLASS Gaming Chassis. As hinted by the name, this is a PC case that features a 4 mm tempered glass panel, one that leverages an “anti-dropping design” for safety and easier removal. Compatibility and support include E-ATX motherboards, up to 420-mm water-cooling solutions, 190 mm-high CPU coolers, 420 mm-long graphics cards, and 220 mm-long PSUs, while an optimized airflow design that includes vents on the front and top panels help to keep temperatures cool. Users will also find an ARGB and PWM Connector Hub, in addition to various pre-installed fans in the form of three 120 mm ARGB and PWM fans at the front and a 120 mm ARGB and PWM fan at the rear.

Key Features:

  • Optimized Airflow design
  • Support Motherboards up to E-ATX
  • Up to 420mm Liquid Cooling Compatible
  • Support Vertical GPU Installation
  • Modular Easy Installation
  • Full-Size Tempered Glass Side Panel
  • With USB 3.0 x2 and USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C x1 on I/O panel
  • RGB Fusion 2.0
  • Pre-installed 4 fans with ARGB & PWM Connector Hub

AORUS C500 GLASS is designed for outstanding cooling, it provides optimized airflow design and supports motherboards up to E-ATX. Also, it supports up to 420mm water cooling system solutions which enables the entire case to achieve extreme cooling and performance. In terms of assembly, AORUS offers friendly and convenient ideas, such as excellent cable management, the swing door front panel, and the drop protection tempered glass panel, etc., all of which add convenience for users during use. In addition, users can download the RGB FUSION 2.0 software to customize the various RGB lighting effects and colors to make the gaming case perfect to perform all AORUS devices and be collected as a marvelous artwork.


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Tsing Mui
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