|Xclio Wind Tunnel Extreme Cooling PC Case
Xclio is a fairly new computer hardware manufacturer, but if anyone has been on Bigbruin.com in the past few months they would notice many Xclio reviews ranging from computer cases to power supplies. I had the chance to review the first item from Xclio, the A380 Super Tower Case, and considering how impressive that case was I couldn't wait to review this latest unit.
Xclio sent over another full tower case for review, the "Wind Tunnel Extreme Cooling PC Case" (model number WTBK). This case has dual 25cm fans on the side panel for silent cooling as well as some other features and refinements not found on the A380. Before getting to the review of the Wind Tunnel, lets see what the Xclio website says about the product.
» 2PCS enormous blue LED 250mm fans
» VR fan speed control
» Blue LED illumination
» Excellent cooling solution
» Tool-less clips & rails for easy installation
» Black rubber material front panel
» USB 2.0 + 1394 (top panel)
» Dimensions: 560mm x 240mm x 560mm ( D x W x H )
» Material: SECC 1.0mm Thickness
» M/B Form Factor: Micro ATX, Standard ATX, Server (12' X 13')
» Drive Space:
» 5.25" x 5 - External (Tool-Less Rail)
» 3.5" x 2 - External (Tool-Less Rail)
» 3.5" x 6 - Internal (Tool-Less Rail)
» Cooling System: Xclio Twin 25cm Cooling Fan Sidepanel (5pcs Blue Led Lighting)
» Fan 01. - Targeting Motherboard, AGP And Memory Module
» Fan 02. - Targeting 3.5"'& 5.25" Bay (Hard Drive, CD/DVD ROM & Burner)
» Side: 25cm x 2 (On/Off Switch, VR Fan Speed Control)
» Front: 12cm x 1 (Optional)
» Rear: 12cm x 1 (Optional)
The box that the Xclio Wind Tunnel arrived in looked very much like the one the Xclio A380 Super Tower was packed in. There are lots of large graphics of the case, along with the corporate logo and slogan. On the side of the box are most of the key features and specifications, as well as some details on what makes this case stand out from an 'ordinary' case.