Two cars that look the same but its two completely different companies
I am aware they are the same, Its called badge engineering
, two companies make the same thing (aerocool didnt/doesnt have plans of releasing the Xpredator to USA so Rosewill builds and sells it) Obviously one is going to be better quality than the other because it is assembled by that company.
But anyways, here are the pics (sorry for the time stamp - my lame camera didnt want to remove it)..
The box it weighs 15kgs, the case is 13kgs..
The back of the front panel with a full dust filter (very easy to remove:thumbsups)..
The front without the front panel - the fans LEDs arnt so bright but it pulls a lot of air..
The side with cover..
The side without cover..(the tool free PCI slots are REALLY easy to use and the card doesnt move at all once in)
The other side without cover - it has about 3cm of space to put your cables in, there was plenty of room for me to run everything back there..
Going from the VX-E PRo to the Xpredator
Installing my tiny mobo..
The HDD screws in at the bottom with thick rubberpads supporting it keeping vibrations away and it just slides and clips in keeping it quite secure..
Sorry for the bad picture, the PSU is raised on rubber stands so if the filter is blocked the PSU wont be..
Many new screws and mounts..
Finished product (more pictures when I get more fans etc)..
The orange lines blink white when the HDD is busy, the on/off switch is kind of hard to push, I like it because I cant push it by mistake when my hand is wandering around there..
like I said, its built quite solid, this is no cheapie (it may be steel and plastic but its very good quality)
Any questions?Edited by stan_nel - 2/2/11 at 10:46pm