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Kolink Aviator Midi Tower Gaming Case - Black

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With it's aggressive gaming design, the Kolink Aviator is an excellent example of a gaming case that is packed full of features without the hefty pricetag

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
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With it's aggressive gaming design, the Kolink Aviator is an excellent example of a gaming case that is packed full of features without the hefty pricetag. The Black Aviator comes with a premium Glossy finish, and 3 pre-installed fans, 2 of which are Red LED. The Aviator comes with support for up to 370mm VGA cards, 170mm CPU Coolers and 240mm Radiators on the top or front panel. Furthermore, the Aviator comes with 2 x USB3.0 ports at standard, an TF/SD Card Reader and a fan controller for excellent user interface options.

The Kolink Aviator is an excellent Midi Tower gaming chassis and represents outstanding value for money within the gaming range.


- 2 x Front USB 3.0 with audio jacks
- Extruded right side panel for cable management & better airflow.
- Large hexagonal mesh on front and top for good airflow.
- Equipped with a stylish pedestal that lifts your chassis and improves airflow.
- Bottom PSU placement.
- Tool free SSD, HDD side installation.
- TF/SD card reader ready for quick access to multimedia.
- Tinted transparent ABS window for full view of interior.
- Dual radiator water cooler installable (top and front)


- Model: Aviator Black
- Type: Midi Tower Case
- Colour: Black with glossy front panel finish
- Case Material: 0.5mm Steel/Plastic
- Power Supply Orientatation: Bottom
- Motherboard Support: ATX/Micro-ATX/Mini-ITX
- External 5.25" Bays: 2
- External 3.5" Bays: 1
- Internal 3.5" Bays: 2
- Internal 2.5" Bays: 1
- Expansion Slots: 7
- Front Ports: 2 x USB3.0 (with USB2.0 convertor), 1 x USB2.0, HD-Audio x 1, Mic x 1, SD Card Reader, Fan Controller
- Cooling System: Front - 2 x 120mm Fan (included Red LED), Rear - 1 x 120mm (included), Top - 2 x 120mm (optional)
- Dimensions: 400 x 211 x 480mm
- Box Dimensions: 578 x 263 x 538
- Clearance: VGA - 370mm, CPU Cooler - 170mm

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer kolink
Warranty Type Direct with Manufacturer
Manufacturer Website http://WWW.CASEKING.CO.UK
Warranty Period (yrs)1
Hard Drive Bays2
DVD Drive Bays2
USB 2.0 Ports0
USB 3.0 Ports2
Audio PanelThe product has this feature
Max. PSU Depth (mm)160
Max. CPU Fan Height (mm)170
Dimensions578 x 263 x 538
Max. GPU Length (mm)370
Maximum Amount of Fans5
Number of Additional Fan positions2

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Question  gaming pc by Leigh

Would this setup work, could you also recommend a processor for this setup
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Answer by shaund on Monday, January 11, 2016
Hi Leigh,

Here are my recommendations for CPU's on that motherboard:

i7 4790 - great CPU at a low price but only if not overclocking.
i5 4590 - best price point for non-overclock i5.
i5 4690k - if you're looking to overclock but are on a budget.

Also I would say for the small difference in price you should get the 4GB R9 380, a lot of the 300 series AMD cards rely on a large amount of VRAM to get the best performance out of them.