Aerocool Qx-2000 mATX Gaming Chassis PC Case Review

When buying a PC you might think “Bigger = Better?”  Well things change especially when it comes down to the Aerocool Qx-2000 mATX (Micro ATX). The Aerocool mATX case is a new 2 tier design that allows a great amount of space, for a mATX of course. With the AerocoolQx-2000 one thing I doubt you will need to worry about is bad cooling or, the lack of room for fans. The Aerocool Qx-2000 mATX is a great case to get a good start on your next mATX build lets go ahead and check it out!

Provided by: Aerocool

Price: $89.99

Closer Look:

Specifications and Features:

Case Type Cube Tower
Material SECC 0.6mm
Motherboards Micro-ATX
Chassis Dimensions 240(H) x 300(W) x 391(D)
Drive Bays 2 x 5.25″ (External)  / 1 x 3.5″ (External)  / 2 x 3.5” (Hidden)
Expansion Slots 4 Slots
Max length space available for PCI slots 300 mm
I/O Ports 2 x USB2.0 / Mic & headphone (AC97 & HD audio)
PSU limitation Standard ATX PSU but recommending the depth no longer than 140mm and preferably Non-Modular connect type PSU.
Fan 120 x 120 x 18mm
(with Quad Blue & Red LEDs)
Rated voltage 12V
Starting voltage DC 9V ~ 13.8V
Power consumption 2.4W
Rated current 0.20A
Speed 1500 RPM ± 10%
Air Flow (CFM) 63.75 CFM (Max)
Air pressure 2.07mm H2O
Noise (dBA) 26.81 dB-A
Bearing Sleeve



Due to its excellent 2 tiered design, with the room for many fans, this case has excellent cooling. There is room for moderately sized aftermarket coolers, aftermarket cards, and possibly even a dual bay card. Modding is a definite possibility with this case if you are wanting to try out a new mod. On the more cosmetic side of things it is a brilliant design that opens up quite easily. I also love the way they incorporated the front 120mm fan into the design. One thing many people may also enjoy is the space for many hard drives and a card reader slot. So if you’re going micro ATX go Aerocool.

Would I recommend this case? Absolutely, if you are in the market for a great case at a great price the Aerocool Qx-2000 mATX is the perfect choice for your next build.


  • Plenty of space for aftermarket hardware
  • Good looking design
  • Great cooling
  • 2 tier design
  • More room for hard drives and disk drives than your average mATX
  • Price
  • Manual fan control on the front


  • Front Drive Bay Flap Springs Broke, I had to Fixed Them With Brace Rubber Bands


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