Aerocool Tor Pro Review: Cooling is a breeze

Big thanks to Aerocool for supplying the review sample.

We’ve previously had the Aerocool KLAW  for review but this time, they sent in something bigger, the Aerocool Tor Pro. The Aerocool Tor Pro was love at first sight marketed for enthusiasts who love having a massive space for cooling and RGB Lighting.

Aerocool Tor Pro
Case Type: Full-Tower
Material: Steel, tempered glass
Weight: 11 kg
Slots: 9
Drive Bays: 2x Internal 2.5/3.5″
2x Internal 2.5″
Form Factors:
Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX, E-ATX
Dimensions: 249.5 x 566 x 473 mm (W x H x D)
Front Door/Cover: N/A
Front Fans: 4x 120 mm/3x 140 mm/ 2x 200 mm (Includes 140 mm RGB Fan x 3)
Rear Fans: 2x 120/140 mm (Includes 140 mm RGB Fan x 1)
Top Side Fans: 3 x 120 mm/2x 140 mm (optional)
Bottom Fans: 3 x 120 mm/2x 140 mm (optional)
Side Fans: N/A
I/O: 1x USB 3.0 Type C
2x USB 2.0
2x USB 3.0
1x Headphone
1x Microphone
Fan/LED Controller: LED Fan controller & remote control, incl. fan speed control
Compatibility: CPU Cooler: 189 mm
GPU: 383 mm



Aerocool comes in a plain brown box with a basic outline of specifications on the front and back. There are a few features bulleted on one side, while on the other are logistic stickers.

Aerocool Tor Pro Exterior

Checking out the Aerocool Tor Pro, upfront, you will see the squared RGB frames surrounding three pre-installed fans. In order to access these, pulling off the cover is quite simple. All the fans are equipped with five leads – two for the actual fans while there are other three to control the RGBs.

The glass panel is created without a frame on it which only makes the mounting holes visible. While the rear side is made out of steel and with an air vent at the top for a top-mounted PSU.

Included at the rear of the case are eight expansion slots on the bottom of the Tor Pro. Installation of up to 140 mm fans above these is available just below the pre-installed fans. There is also an option of removing the pre-installed 120mm fans and putting in a 280 mm radiator.

The layout is equipped with enough cooling that Aerocool has opted not to put any more on top of the case.  As with other cases, the I/O ports are on top featuring two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and a USB-C connector and a jack for a 3.5mm audio and mic. Right beside those are a set of power, reset and RGB buttons.


Access to the interior is easy thanks to the thumbscrews placed on the panels.

At the back, there are two 2.5″ HDD/SSD bays and two 3.5″ HDD bays installed. Though a lot of people are already set with these few numbers of bays, a case this large should be equipped with a lot more.

For the PSU bay, we utilized a non-modular PSU in order to showcase the amount of space there is for cable management. One thing to note is to ensure the installation of 240mm and 360mm coolers prior to the installation of the PSU as it covers the rear partly.

Priced at P 5,950 in the Philippines, the Aerocool Tor Pro offers a wide variety of features. With the side tempered glass to show off your RGB rigs, RGB fans, massive space in the interior and PSU bay and a lot of cooling options this is definitely worth the buy.

TipsGeeks Worth Buying Award

Post Author: Patrick

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