Gigabyte launches Aorus C400 Glass case with a large side window and mesh front panel.

Gigabyte Introduces Aorus C400 Glass Computer Chassis with Large Side Window

Gigabyte has unveiled the Aorus C400 Glass computer case, notable for its large left side made of 4mm thick tempered glass and unique vertical ventilation system.

The dimensions of the Aorus C400 Glass are 562 × 301 × 510 mm and it weighs 8.72 kg. It is designed to support Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX and ATX motherboards. Its front and top panels are made from perforated metal.

Gigabyte's Aorus C400 Glass with perforated metal tops and fronts

This PC case can accommodate a CPU cooler up to 168 mm high, a power supply unit up to 160 mm long, and a GPU up to 360 mm long. Vertical GPU mounting (with 107 mm space to the side panel) is also supported after repositioning the expansion slot basket. Its side and top panels are designed for tool-less removal.

Details of Aorus C400 Glass, showing space and configuration

The new product supports liquid cooling systems with radiators up to 360 mm, mountable on the top and bottom. Alternatively, location for three 120mm or two 140mm fans at the top and bottom, as well as one 120mm fan in the rear, is provided. The Aorus C400 Glass comes with three pre-installed 120mm ARGB fans at the bottom and one at the rear.

Interior view of the Aorus C400 Glass showing pre-installed fans

The manufacturer also provides two dedicated landing spots for 3.5-inch HDDs. This can be increased to five by removing the bottom fans. Additionally, there are two spots for 2.5-inch SSD installations.

Space for HDD and SSD in the Aorus C400 Glass

The Aorus C400 Glass’s front panel features one USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C (10 Gbps) port, two USB 3.0 ports, and a pair of 3.5mm audio outputs.

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