Gamers on a tight budget and with certain space constraints can now get their hands on Aerocool's newest PGS (Performance Gaming System) series products, the Qs-202 mini-tower case which features a a 0.6mm SECC steel structure and a smooth black coating (inside and out).
The Qs-202 measures 378 (H) x 200 (W) x 470 (D) mm, supports micro ATX motherboards, and has two exposed 5.25-inch bays, top-placed USB 2.0 and audio ports, six angled 3.5-inch drive bays, a side window, two pre-drilled holes at the rear (for watercooling tubing), and two fans - a 140mm model in front, a 120mm spinner at the rear, that operate at 1500 RPM. The case can house graphics cards up to 390mm long (after the middle HDD cage is removed) and allows for tool-free installs of storage drives.
Aerocool's creation costs 49.90 .







Source : tcmagazine.com