Gigabyte 3DAurora 570
We wrote about the first edition of the 3DAurora system case and noted the questionable design of its front part (for details see our article called Gigabyte 3D Aurora System Case Review). Users’ opinions differ on this point. Some don’t like it but others seem to be fond of the certain brutality in the look of the bottom part of the front panel. A year on the market is a long term and Gigabyte has recently restyled its flagship product. The new system case has got a numeric index and a considerably revised exterior that is sure to please a true technocrat.
Like its predecessor, this system case comes in a colorful package:
Exterior Design and Functionality
The case has a completely different appearance thanks to its new front panel:
The rounded-off and curvy shapes have been replaced with sharp angles and straight lines. We guess the change is for the better. With this design the user’s opinion will choose between “neutral” or “good” rather than between “good” or “bad” as before. We’ve got some gripes about the front view, though.
Begging the designer’s pardon, the case looks like a modern refrigerator in this view, especially with this shape of the door that covers the external bays. That’s not the best association possible, yet this is in fact the only serious drawback of this model. The group of front interfaces has moved from the side panel into the center of the front one:
The composition of the group hasn’t changed. The storage indicator is now more readable.