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OCC Best Mid ATX Computer Cases 2018

OCC Best Mid ATX Computer Cases 2018

» October 15, 2018 04:00PM

Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA RGB Mid-Tower Tempered Glass Gaming Case Review

Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA RGB Mid-Tower Tempered Glass Gaming Case Review

» October 8, 2018 04:00PM

VIVO CASE-V10G Review

VIVO CASE-V10G Review

» April 23, 2018 04:00PM

Phanteks Eclipse P400S Review

Phanteks Eclipse P400S Review

» February 24, 2018 04:00PM

AZZA Titan 240 Case Review

AZZA Titan 240 Case Review

» January 17, 2018 04:00PM

Azza Titan 240 Case Review

OCC's Top 3 Cases of 2017

OCC's Top 3 Cases of 2017

» December 13, 2017 04:00PM

be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Review

be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Review

» December 9, 2017 04:00PM

mean:it 5PM ARC Red Case Review

mean:it 5PM ARC Red Case Review

» November 22, 2017 04:00PM

Raidmax Narwhal Review

Raidmax Narwhal Review

» November 13, 2017 04:00PM

VIVO CASE-V08 Review

VIVO CASE-V08 Review

» July 11, 2017 04:00PM

VIVO CASE-V07 Review

VIVO CASE-V07 Review

» May 9, 2017 04:00PM

RAIDMAX Monster II Review

RAIDMAX Monster II Review

» March 14, 2017 04:00PM

OCC's Top 3 Cases of 2016

OCC's Top 3 Cases of 2016

» December 20, 2016 04:00PM

Cooler Master MasterBox 5t Review

Cooler Master MasterBox 5t Review

» December 4, 2016 04:00PM

Cooler Master MasterBox 5t review

be quiet! Silent Base 600 Review

be quiet! Silent Base 600 Review

» November 15, 2016 04:00PM

Zalman Z9 & Z11 NEO Review

Zalman Z9 & Z11 NEO Review

» September 21, 2016 04:00PM

RIOTORO CR1080 Review

RIOTORO CR1080 Review

» September 12, 2016 04:00PM

RIOTORO Prism CR1280 Review

RIOTORO Prism CR1280 Review

» May 14, 2016 04:00PM

Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX Case Review

Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX Case Review

» February 24, 2016 04:00PM

Corsair Carbide 400C Review

Corsair Carbide 400C Review

» February 10, 2016 04:00PM

AZZA Nova 8000 Review

AZZA Nova 8000 Review

» January 17, 2016 04:00PM

AZZA Zen 8100 Review

AZZA Zen 8100 Review

» December 16, 2015 04:00PM

Corsair Carbide 600C Review

Corsair Carbide 600C Review

» December 7, 2015 04:00PM

Raidmax Viper GX II Review

Raidmax Viper GX II Review

» November 8, 2015 04:00PM

Thermaltake Suppressor F51 Review

Thermaltake Suppressor F51 Review

» November 1, 2015 04:00PM

Thermaltake Core X9 Review

Thermaltake Core X9 Review

» April 13, 2015 04:00PM

Be Quiet! Silent Base 800 Review

Be Quiet! Silent Base 800 Review

» March 22, 2015 04:00PM

Corsair Carbide 330R Titanium Edition Review

Corsair Carbide 330R Titanium Edition Review

» January 19, 2015 04:00PM

Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV Review

Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV Review

» November 19, 2014 04:00PM

Fractal Design Core 3300 Review

Fractal Design Core 3300 Review

» November 11, 2014 04:00PM

Corsair Graphite 780T Review

Corsair Graphite 780T Review

» November 5, 2014 04:00PM

Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Review

Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Review

» September 30, 2014 04:00PM

Thermaltake Urban T81 Review

Thermaltake Urban T81 Review

» September 8, 2014 04:00PM

Thermaltake Commander G41 Review

Thermaltake Commander G41 Review

» August 4, 2014 04:00PM

Raidmax Scorpio V Review

Raidmax Scorpio V Review

» July 20, 2014 04:00PM

NZXT H440 Review

NZXT H440 Review

» July 1, 2014 04:00PM

Xigmatek  Midgard III Review

Xigmatek Midgard III Review

» June 9, 2014 04:00PM

Phanteks Enthoo Pro Review

Phanteks Enthoo Pro Review

» May 6, 2014 04:00PM

Thermaltake Core V71 Review

Thermaltake Core V71 Review

» April 16, 2014 04:00PM

Cougar MX300 Review

Cougar MX300 Review

» April 6, 2014 04:00PM

XFX Type 01 Bravo Review

XFX Type 01 Bravo Review

» March 26, 2014 04:00PM

AZZA XT1 Review

AZZA XT1 Review

» March 11, 2014 04:00PM

Raidmax Horus Review

Raidmax Horus Review

» February 10, 2014 04:00PM

Phanteks Enthoo Primo Review

Phanteks Enthoo Primo Review

» January 12, 2014 04:00PM

A closer look at the Phanteks Enthoo Primo.

OCC 2013 Products of the Year

OCC 2013 Products of the Year

» December 29, 2013 04:00PM

OCC 2013 Products of the Year

Fractal Design ARC Mini R2 Case Review

Fractal Design ARC Mini R2 Case Review

» December 16, 2013 04:00PM

A deep dive into what makes the Fractal Design ARC Mini R2 a good case.

Cooler Master N400 Review

Cooler Master N400 Review

» December 8, 2013 04:00PM

A closer look at the Cooler Master N400.

NZXT Source 530 Case Review

NZXT Source 530 Case Review

» November 26, 2013 04:00PM

Raidmax Vampire Case Review

Raidmax Vampire Case Review

» November 6, 2013 04:00PM

Corsair Carbide Air 540 Review

Corsair Carbide Air 540 Review

» October 21, 2013 04:00PM

A closer look at the Corsair Carbide Air540.

Cooler Master HAF Stacker Case Review

Cooler Master HAF Stacker Case Review

» October 15, 2013 04:00PM

Fractal Design ARC XL Review

Fractal Design ARC XL Review

» October 7, 2013 04:00PM

Fractal Design Full Tower Computer case review

Corsair Carbide 330R Review

Corsair Carbide 330R Review

» September 25, 2013 04:00PM

Cooler Master COSMOS SE Review

Cooler Master COSMOS SE Review

» September 22, 2013 04:00PM

A closer look at the Cooler Master COSMOS SE.

Lian Li PC-9N Review

Lian Li PC-9N Review

» August 13, 2013 04:00PM

A closer look at the Lian Li PC-9N.

Thermaltake Chaser A41 Review

Thermaltake Chaser A41 Review

» August 3, 2013 04:00PM

A closer look at the Thermaltake Chaser A41.

Cooler Master N600 Review

Cooler Master N600 Review

» July 27, 2013 04:00PM

A closer look at the Cooler Master N600.

Corsair 350D Review

Corsair 350D Review

» June 22, 2013 04:00PM

A closer look at the Corsair 350D.

Cooler Master N200 Review

Cooler Master N200 Review

» June 5, 2013 04:00PM

A look at Cooler Masters N200 chassis!

Thermaltake Urban S21 Review

Thermaltake Urban S21 Review

» May 7, 2013 04:00PM

Thermaltake Urban S21 Mid-Tower Case Review

Enermax Ostrog GT  Review

Enermax Ostrog GT Review

» May 6, 2013 04:00PM

A closer look at the Enermax Ostrog GT.

Thermaltake Armor Revo Gene 'Snow Edition' Review

Thermaltake Armor Revo Gene 'Snow Edition' Review

» December 11, 2012 04:00PM

A comprehensive look at the Armor Revo Gene Snow Edition case from Thermaltake.

Corsair Carbide Series 200R Case Review

Corsair Carbide Series 200R Case Review

» November 13, 2012 04:00PM

Cooler Master HAF XB Review

Cooler Master HAF XB Review

» November 11, 2012 04:00PM

COUGAR Challenger Case Review

COUGAR Challenger Case Review

» November 7, 2012 04:00PM

Antec Three Hundred Two Case Review

Antec Three Hundred Two Case Review

» November 6, 2012 04:00PM

GameTiger Triple Case Roundup Review

GameTiger Triple Case Roundup Review

» October 31, 2012 04:00PM

RAIDMAX Orion Case Review

RAIDMAX Orion Case Review

» October 24, 2012 04:00PM

Aerocool XPredator X1 Evil Black Edition Case Review

Aerocool XPredator X1 Evil Black Edition Case Review

» October 23, 2012 04:00PM

CM Storm Scout 2 Case Review

CM Storm Scout 2 Case Review

» October 10, 2012 04:00PM

CM Storm Stryker Case Review

CM Storm Stryker Case Review

» September 12, 2012 04:00PM

AZZA Genesis 9000W Review

AZZA Genesis 9000W Review

» August 8, 2012 04:00PM

Xigmatek Gigas mATX Case Review

Xigmatek Gigas mATX Case Review

» August 6, 2012 04:00PM

XION XON-980 Case Review

XION XON-980 Case Review

» July 24, 2012 04:00PM

Corsair Vengeance C70 Review

Corsair Vengeance C70 Review

» June 30, 2012 04:00PM

Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Review

Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition Review

» June 3, 2012 04:00PM

Cubitek ATX-ICE Case Review

Cubitek ATX-ICE Case Review

» June 2, 2012 04:00PM

Corsair 550D Case Review

Corsair 550D Case Review

» May 16, 2012 04:00PM

Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition Review

Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition Review

» May 14, 2012 04:00PM

NZXT Switch 810 Review

NZXT Switch 810 Review

» May 9, 2012 04:00PM

Enermax Fulmo GT Review

Enermax Fulmo GT Review

» May 5, 2012 04:00PM

Cooler Master HAF XM Chassis Review

Cooler Master HAF XM Chassis Review

» April 22, 2012 04:00PM

Corsair 300R Case Review

Corsair 300R Case Review

» April 10, 2012 04:00PM

Thermaltake Commander MS-I Case Review

Thermaltake Commander MS-I Case Review

» April 4, 2012 04:00PM

Cougar Solution Chassis Review

Cougar Solution Chassis Review

» April 2, 2012 04:00PM

Cougar Evolution Chassis Review

Cougar Evolution Chassis Review

» March 31, 2012 04:00PM

BitFenix Raider Case Review

BitFenix Raider Case Review

» March 27, 2012 04:00PM

Thermaltake Overseer RX-I Chassis Review

Thermaltake Overseer RX-I Chassis Review

» February 11, 2012 04:00PM

AZZA Fusion 3000 Review

AZZA Fusion 3000 Review

» February 8, 2012 04:00PM

Cooler Master Cosmos II Ultra Tower Review

Cooler Master Cosmos II Ultra Tower Review

» January 1, 2012 04:00PM

NZXT Phantom Case Review

NZXT Phantom Case Review

» December 28, 2011 04:00PM

Xigmatek Elysium Case Review

Xigmatek Elysium Case Review

» December 20, 2011 04:00PM

Antec 1100 Chassis Review

Antec 1100 Chassis Review

» November 21, 2011 04:00PM

Corsair 500R Mid-Tower Case Review

Corsair 500R Mid-Tower Case Review

» November 19, 2011 04:00PM

CM Storm Trooper  Review

CM Storm Trooper Review

» October 29, 2011 04:00PM

BitFenix Outlaw Case Review

BitFenix Outlaw Case Review

» October 4, 2011 04:00PM

NZXT Source 220 Case Review

NZXT Source 220 Case Review

» September 27, 2011 04:00PM

NZXT Tempest 410 Elite Review

NZXT Tempest 410 Elite Review

» September 21, 2011 04:00PM

NZXT Tempest 210 Case Review

NZXT Tempest 210 Case Review

» September 19, 2011 04:00PM

Corsair Carbide Series 400R Review

Corsair Carbide Series 400R Review

» August 31, 2011 04:00PM

ThermalTake Chaser MK-I Review

ThermalTake Chaser MK-I Review

» August 28, 2011 04:00PM

Cubitek XL Tank Review

Cubitek XL Tank Review

» August 13, 2011 04:00PM

Corsair Special Edition White Graphite Series 600T Review

Corsair Special Edition White Graphite Series 600T Review

» August 8, 2011 04:00PM

NZXT Source 210 Review

NZXT Source 210 Review

» July 23, 2011 04:00PM

Bitfenix Shinobi Review

Bitfenix Shinobi Review

» July 18, 2011 04:00PM

Corsair Obsidian 650D Review

Corsair Obsidian 650D Review

» June 7, 2011 04:00PM

Thermaltake Armor A30 Case Review

Thermaltake Armor A30 Case Review

» June 6, 2011 04:00PM

NZXT H2 Classic Review

NZXT H2 Classic Review

» May 21, 2011 04:00PM

AZZA Toledo 301 Review

AZZA Toledo 301 Review

» May 19, 2011 04:00PM

Cooler Master Centurion 5 II Review

Cooler Master Centurion 5 II Review

» May 17, 2011 04:00PM

Cubitek Magic Cube 8HDD Review

Cubitek Magic Cube 8HDD Review

» April 20, 2011 04:00PM

In Win Buc Review

In Win Buc Review

» April 18, 2011 04:00PM

Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Review

Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Review

» April 11, 2011 04:00PM

ThermalTake Level 10 GT Review

ThermalTake Level 10 GT Review

» March 9, 2011 04:00PM

Thermaltake V9 BlacX Review

Thermaltake V9 BlacX Review

» February 28, 2011 04:00PM

Sentey Burton Review

Sentey Burton Review

» February 15, 2011 04:00PM

Ikonik Optimus 1200 Review

Ikonik Optimus 1200 Review

» January 11, 2011 04:00PM

Antec Lanboy Air Review

Antec Lanboy Air Review

» January 10, 2011 04:00PM

In Win Dragon Rider Review

In Win Dragon Rider Review

» December 28, 2010 04:00PM

Lian Li Pitstop T1 Mini-ITX Spider Test Bench Review

Lian Li Pitstop T1 Mini-ITX Spider Test Bench Review

» October 23, 2010 04:00PM

AZZA Hurrican 2000 Review

AZZA Hurrican 2000 Review

» October 17, 2010 04:00PM

Xion Predator Gaming Series AXP 970 Review

Xion Predator Gaming Series AXP 970 Review

» October 3, 2010 04:00PM

Corsair Graphite Series 600T Review

Corsair Graphite Series 600T Review

» September 29, 2010 04:00PM

Cooler Master HAF 912 Review

Cooler Master HAF 912 Review

» September 7, 2010 04:00PM

Thermaltake Armor A60 Review

Thermaltake Armor A60 Review

» September 1, 2010 04:00PM

Antec DF-85 Review

Antec DF-85 Review

» August 31, 2010 04:00PM

In Win Dragon Slayer Review

In Win Dragon Slayer Review

» August 18, 2010 04:00PM

Norco RPC-4020 4U Review

Norco RPC-4020 4U Review

» August 17, 2010 04:00PM

NZXT Phantom Review

NZXT Phantom Review

» July 26, 2010 04:00PM

Thermaltake Level 10 Review

Thermaltake Level 10 Review

» June 23, 2010 04:00PM

Thermaltake Armor A90 Review

Thermaltake Armor A90 Review

» May 30, 2010 04:00PM

Ikonik Zaria Review

Ikonik Zaria Review

» May 29, 2010 04:00PM

Cooler Master HAF X Review

Cooler Master HAF X Review

» May 24, 2010 04:00PM

Antec Sonata Proto Review

Antec Sonata Proto Review

» May 18, 2010 04:00PM

DimasTech Bench Test/Table Easy V2.5 Review

DimasTech Bench Test/Table Easy V2.5 Review

» May 3, 2010 04:00PM

In Win IronClad Review

In Win IronClad Review

» May 2, 2010 04:00PM

In Win IW-R300 3U Server Chasis Review

In Win IW-R300 3U Server Chasis Review

» April 27, 2010 04:00PM

Raidmax Typhoon Review

Raidmax Typhoon Review

» April 20, 2010 04:00PM

Microcool Banchetto 101 Review

Microcool Banchetto 101 Review

» April 12, 2010 04:00PM

Raidmax Hurricane Review

Raidmax Hurricane Review

» March 30, 2010 04:00PM

Raidmax Quantum Review

Raidmax Quantum Review

» March 22, 2010 04:00PM

Xclio A380 Color Plus Review

Xclio A380 Color Plus Review

» March 15, 2010 04:00PM

GMC H-80 Case Review

GMC H-80 Case Review

» March 14, 2010 04:00PM

Thermaltake V3 Black Edition Review

Thermaltake V3 Black Edition Review

» March 10, 2010 04:00PM

NZXT Hades Review

NZXT Hades Review

» January 19, 2010 04:00PM

Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced Case Review

Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced Case Review

» January 5, 2010 04:00PM

Raidmax Skyline Review

Raidmax Skyline Review

» December 30, 2009 04:00PM

NZXT TEMPEST EVO Computer Case Review

NZXT TEMPEST EVO Computer Case Review

» December 29, 2009 04:00PM

NZXT Gamma Review

NZXT Gamma Review

» December 14, 2009 04:00PM

IN WIN Fanqua  Review

IN WIN Fanqua Review

» December 12, 2009 04:00PM

ThermalTake Element V Review

ThermalTake Element V Review

» November 30, 2009 04:00PM

IN WIN Maelstrom Review

IN WIN Maelstrom Review

» November 15, 2009 04:00PM

CoolerMaster Storm Sniper Black Edition Review

CoolerMaster Storm Sniper Black Edition Review

» November 10, 2009 04:00PM

NZXT M59 - 001BK Review

NZXT M59 - 001BK Review

» November 7, 2009 04:00PM

NZXT Lexa S Review

NZXT Lexa S Review

» October 27, 2009 04:00PM

Antec Mini Skeleton Review

Antec Mini Skeleton Review

» October 25, 2009 04:00PM

NZXT Beta Evo Review

NZXT Beta Evo Review

» October 7, 2009 04:00PM

Antec P183 Review

Antec P183 Review

» September 22, 2009 04:00PM

GMC R-4 Bulldozer Review

GMC R-4 Bulldozer Review

» September 12, 2009 04:00PM

Cooler Master Gladiator 600 Review

Cooler Master Gladiator 600 Review

» September 5, 2009 04:00PM

Cooler Master Elite 310 Review

Cooler Master Elite 310 Review

» August 31, 2009 04:00PM

ThermalTake Element T Review

ThermalTake Element T Review

» August 19, 2009 04:00PM

ThermalTake Element G Review

ThermalTake Element G Review

» August 17, 2009 04:00PM

Chieftec BL-01B Case Review

Chieftec BL-01B Case Review

» August 16, 2009 04:00PM

GMC X-7 'X-Station' Review

GMC X-7 'X-Station' Review

» August 12, 2009 04:00PM

NZXT Beta  Review

NZXT Beta Review

» August 3, 2009 04:00PM

Maxcube Amoris 6010 Review

Maxcube Amoris 6010 Review

» June 30, 2009 04:00PM

NZXT PANZERBOX Review

NZXT PANZERBOX Review

» June 6, 2009 04:00PM

Cooler Master Storm Scout Review

Cooler Master Storm Scout Review

» May 20, 2009 04:00PM

Cooler Master HAF 922 Review

Cooler Master HAF 922 Review

» May 10, 2009 04:00PM

In Win X-Fighter Review

In Win X-Fighter Review

» May 6, 2009 04:00PM

In Win Matrix Review

In Win Matrix Review

» April 7, 2009 04:00PM

Sunbeam Automaton Review

Sunbeam Automaton Review

» March 17, 2009 04:00PM

Cooler Master CSX  Stacker 830 Red Flame Edition Review

Cooler Master CSX Stacker 830 Red Flame Edition Review

» March 17, 2009 04:00PM

Cooler Master Storm Sniper Review

Cooler Master Storm Sniper Review

» February 23, 2009 04:00PM

Antec Nine Hundred Two Review

Antec Nine Hundred Two Review

» February 14, 2009 04:00PM

Antec Sonata Elite Review

Antec Sonata Elite Review

» February 10, 2009 04:00PM

Chieftec AEGIS Full Tower Review

Chieftec AEGIS Full Tower Review

» January 31, 2009 04:00PM

Silverstone Fortress Review

Silverstone Fortress Review

» January 27, 2009 04:00PM

Chieftec AEGIS Mid Tower Review

Chieftec AEGIS Mid Tower Review

» January 19, 2009 04:00PM

Raidmax Wind Storm Review

Raidmax Wind Storm Review

» January 4, 2009 04:00PM

NZXT Zero 2 Review

NZXT Zero 2 Review

» December 28, 2008 04:00PM

Tagan A+ El Diablo Advance Review

Tagan A+ El Diablo Advance Review

» December 2, 2008 04:00PM

Thermaltake Spedo Advance Package Review

Thermaltake Spedo Advance Package Review

» November 30, 2008 04:00PM

Tagan A+ Curbic Review

Tagan A+ Curbic Review

» November 23, 2008 04:00PM

NZXT Whisper Classic Series Case Review

NZXT Whisper Classic Series Case Review

» November 23, 2008 04:00PM

Antec Skeleton Review

Antec Skeleton Review

» November 19, 2008 04:00PM

Coolermaster ATCS840 Case Review

Coolermaster ATCS840 Case Review

» November 19, 2008 04:00PM

Hiper Osiris HTC-1K514 Review

Hiper Osiris HTC-1K514 Review

» November 11, 2008 04:00PM

Thermaltake V9 VJ40001W2Z Review

Thermaltake V9 VJ40001W2Z Review

» October 22, 2008 04:00PM

Antec Micro Fusion 350 Review

Antec Micro Fusion 350 Review

» October 21, 2008 04:00PM

Cooler Master HAF 932

Cooler Master HAF 932

» October 1, 2008 04:00PM

APEVIA X-Master AL/500 Review

APEVIA X-Master AL/500 Review

» September 13, 2008 04:00PM

Thermaltake Matrix Review

Thermaltake Matrix Review

» September 8, 2008 04:00PM

NZXT Guardian 921 Review

NZXT Guardian 921 Review

» August 24, 2008 04:00PM

Thermaltake Xaser VI VG4000BWS Review

Thermaltake Xaser VI VG4000BWS Review

» August 20, 2008 04:00PM

Moneual Lab MonCaso 972 HTPC Case

Moneual Lab MonCaso 972 HTPC Case

» July 19, 2008 04:00PM

Thermaltake Xaser VI Mx VH9000BWS Review

Thermaltake Xaser VI Mx VH9000BWS Review

» July 14, 2008 04:00PM

Tagan A+ CS-Monolize Review

Tagan A+ CS-Monolize Review

» July 8, 2008 04:00PM

NZXT Tempest Review

NZXT Tempest Review

» June 11, 2008 04:00PM

Thermaltake VH6000BWS Armor+ Review

Thermaltake VH6000BWS Armor+ Review

» May 26, 2008 04:00PM

Sigma Unicorn Review

Sigma Unicorn Review

» May 19, 2008 04:00PM

In Win Metal Suit GD Review

In Win Metal Suit GD Review

» May 12, 2008 04:00PM

Apevia X-Telstar Red/Black Case Review

Apevia X-Telstar Red/Black Case Review

» May 11, 2008 04:00PM

Thermaltake M9 Review

Thermaltake M9 Review

» May 5, 2008 04:00PM

Bgears b-Envi MicroATX Case Review

Bgears b-Envi MicroATX Case Review

» April 30, 2008 04:00PM

Sunbeam Quarterback Review

Sunbeam Quarterback Review

» April 19, 2008 04:00PM

Apevia X-QBOII Black Case Review

Apevia X-QBOII Black Case Review

» April 13, 2008 04:00PM

Cooler Master Cosmos S Review

Cooler Master Cosmos S Review

» April 7, 2008 04:00PM

In Win B2 Stealth Bomber Review

In Win B2 Stealth Bomber Review

» April 1, 2008 04:00PM

Apevia X-Supra G Type Review

Apevia X-Supra G Type Review

» February 27, 2008 04:00PM

APEVIA X-Telstar Jr. G Type Case Review

APEVIA X-Telstar Jr. G Type Case Review

» February 13, 2008 04:00PM

GT3-BH Case

» December 26, 2007 04:00PM

Thermaltake WingRS 100  Review

Thermaltake WingRS 100 Review

» December 18, 2007 04:00PM

Antec New Solution NSK 3480 MicroATX Tower Review

Antec New Solution NSK 3480 MicroATX Tower Review

» December 3, 2007 04:00PM

Building a High End HTPC featuring the Thermaltake Mozart Enclosure

Building a High End HTPC featuring the Thermaltake Mozart Enclosure

» November 29, 2007 04:00PM

Cooler Master Cosmos 1000 Review

Cooler Master Cosmos 1000 Review

» November 28, 2007 04:00PM

Ultra m998 Review

Ultra m998 Review

» November 26, 2007 04:00PM

Apevia X-Jupiter Jr. S Type

Apevia X-Jupiter Jr. S Type

» October 21, 2007 04:00PM

NZXT Lexa Blackline Case Review

NZXT Lexa Blackline Case Review

» October 15, 2007 04:00PM

Thermaltake Armor Extreme Edition Quad FX  Case Review

Thermaltake Armor Extreme Edition Quad FX Case Review

» September 24, 2007 04:00PM

Cooler Master CMedia 282 Case Review

Cooler Master CMedia 282 Case Review

» September 23, 2007 04:00PM

Antec Fusion Black 430 Media Center Case & A/V Cooler Review

» September 18, 2007 04:00PM

Sigma Atlantis Case Review

» September 16, 2007 04:00PM

Lian Li PC-A58 Case

Lian Li PC-A58 Case

» September 5, 2007 04:00PM

What is Lian Li up to?! lol

Antec 900 Advanced Gaming Case

» September 3, 2007 04:00PM

Project Danger Den Water Box Plus Case Review (Part 1)

» August 26, 2007 04:00PM

Apevia X-QPack 2 Aluminum Case

» August 20, 2007 04:00PM

Thermaltake Soprano Dx Case

» June 16, 2007 04:00PM

NZXT Duet Case

» May 23, 2007 04:00PM

Lian Li PC-A08 Case

» May 9, 2007 04:00PM

NZXT Hush Mid-Tower Case

» May 1, 2007 04:00PM

Enermax Uber Chakra ATX Full Tower

» April 17, 2007 04:00PM

Thermaltake Kandalf LCS Case

» April 4, 2007 04:00PM

Lian-Li PC-C35 Black Desktop Case

» March 24, 2007 04:00PM

Kandalf LCS MSDS

» March 24, 2007 04:00PM

Cooler Master Mystique 632 Case

» March 19, 2007 04:00PM

Ultra Grid Mid Tower Case

» March 17, 2007 04:00PM

Thermaltake Armor Case Review

» March 1, 2007 04:00PM

NZXT Adamas Premium Crafted Chassis Review

» January 17, 2007 04:00PM

NZXT Zero Crafted Chassis Review

» December 3, 2006 04:00PM

Apevia X-Pleasure Blue Aluminum Case Review

» July 22, 2006 04:00PM

NZXT Apollo Case Review

» July 17, 2006 04:00PM

ICute 0508ULA Computer Case

» July 4, 2006 04:00PM

NZXT Lexa Mid-Tower Computer Case Review

» May 11, 2006 04:00PM

Lian Li G70B Aluminum Case Review

» April 25, 2006 04:00PM

Coolermaster Centurion 534 Computer Case Review

» April 15, 2006 04:00PM

Cooler Master Centurion 531 (RC 531) Case Review

» July 20, 2005 04:00PM

MNPCTech SC135 Pre-Modded Case Review

» April 12, 2004 04:00PM

Kingwin KT-424-BK-WM Mid Tower Aluminum Case Review

» March 7, 2004 04:00PM

X-Pider Aluminum Case Review

» February 22, 2004 04:00PM

Extra Midtower Aluminum Case Review

» December 28, 2003 04:00PM

Beantech BT84 Emerald Dream Acrylic Case Review

» June 6, 2003 04:00PM

Verre V770 Black with Window Review

» June 2, 2003 04:00PM

Project OCCC: AOpen HX-08 Case Review

» March 21, 2003 04:00PM

SunBeamTech 12

» March 7, 2003 04:00PM

Antec PLUS1080AMG SOHO File Server Tower Review

» December 6, 2002 04:00PM

Ahanix dboX Case Review

» November 7, 2002 04:00PM

Aspire Turbo Gamer ATXA2ESW Aluminum Case Review

» November 5, 2002 04:00PM

Ahanix AudiXP Case Review

» October 22, 2002 04:00PM

Kingwin KT-436B-WM Pre-Modded computer case review

» August 21, 2002 04:00PM

Aspire SX1000 Aluminum Case Review

» August 10, 2002 04:00PM

Apex Supercase Model #7C523-119 Review

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Cases News (30)

Deepcool Launches Two New Matrexx 55 Cases

Category: Cases
Posted: November 2, 2018 09:45AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Deepcool has launched a pair of cases, growing its Matrexx 55 family with the Matrexx 55 ADD-RGB and ADD-RGB 3F. These cases feature support for addressable RGB lighting with the ability to control your system's lighting through a button on the I/O panel. With connectors for both the Deepcool/Gamerstorm ecosystem and a universal 5 V 3-pin header, you can control devices from any brand. The two cases also come with a power supply shroud, to easily hide cables to give a clean look to those looking through the tempered glass side panel.

The difference between the ADD-RGB and ADD-RGB 3F is the latter comes with three addressable RGB 120 mm fans pre-installed. While the Matrexx 55 ADD-RGB has an MSRP of $49.99 when it releases this month, the Matrexx 55 ADD-RGB 3F has an MSRP of $74.99.

Source: Press Release




MasterCase SL600M Announced by Cooler Master

Category: Cases
Posted: October 31, 2018 08:15AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Cooler Master has announced its newest series of cases, the SL series with the first entry being the MasterCase SL600M. With this series, Cooler Master intends to have case designs that blur the line between work and play. The SL600M uses sand-blasted anodized aluminum for its exterior, which is also without any RGB features, so it can aesthetically fit in offices at home and at work, but the insides can still hold high-end gaming hardware. To help keep things cool, it takes advantage of heating naturally rising by moving around where you place some components. The power supply, instead of being in the back of the case on the bottom, it is actually in the top front while a pair of 200 mm fans pull air in from the bottom. The top panel can be raised above a mesh covering to improve airflow, or completely removed. If you are concerned that graphics could block this airflow, the PCI mounting window not only supports having a vertically mounted GPU, but can be turn so two cards can be installed with this orientation.

The IO panel of the SL600M has a pair of USB 2.0 ports, a pair of USB 3.0 ports, all Type-A, and a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port. There is also a PWM fan speed slide, and the usual microphone and headphone jacks. The USB ports also have lights on them, activated by a proximity sensor behind the panel, to temporarily illuminate them when you need. The case supports motherboards from mini-ITX up to ATX, and some E-ATX boards, provided they are smaller than 12 in x 10.7 in, but they may limit cable management features.

The MasterCase SL600M is up for pre-order today on Newegg with an MSRP of $199.99. It is backed by a two-year warranty.

Source: Press Release




Limited Edition C700P Carbon Case Revealed by Cooler Master

Category: Cases
Posted: October 18, 2018 06:10AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


The case is an important part of any build, as it is what you will see the most of and is what others will see first, so it should be what you want. Cooler Master with Mark's Fabrications, the second place winner of Case Mode World Series 2018, have shown off a new case, the C700P Carbon, a carbon fiber edition of the computer case. This special edition presents an unmatched level of luxury by showing off the craftsmanship that went into producing it, as well as its unparalleled strength. The bar handles of the case have been improved by adding carbon fiber to them while the front panel was meticulously made with both twill weave and wasp carbon fiber. All of the features of the C700P case are also present.

If you are hoping to get one of these, then you may want to hurry because there are only 5. It is a truly limited edition case and only available at the Cooler Master store. The cases will cost $999 each.

Source: Press Release and Cooler Master




Cooler Master Releases COSMOS C700M Case

Category: Cases
Posted: October 2, 2018 09:25AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


If you are looking for a case and the be quiet! Silent Base 801 is not what you are looking for, how about the also newly released Cooler Master COSMOS C700M? It comes from the company's Maker segment and is the technological peak of its lineup. It continues the framework of previous cases but with some improvements, such as a lighter tinting to the tempered glass side panel, making it easier to see what you have running inside. There are also two addressable RGB lighting strips that stretch from the top of the case, down the front, and back along the bottom, where it reflects off of the aluminum bars. Lighting modes can be cycled through using the ARGB button on the front I/O panel.

To satisfy those system builders wanting layout options, you can mount the motherboard in the normal direction, inverted, or in a chimney configuration. You can also remove the tray if you wish. For mounting a graphics card, you can use the traditional slots, or you can mount it to the PSU midplate or use the M. port that will allow you to rotate the bracket up to 90º. A 400 mm riser cable is included.

For easier installation of fans and radiators, the case comes with two brackets that can support a 420 mm radiator on each, and the fans and radiators can be placed on either side. One bracket goes on the front of the case and the other on the top.

The COSMOS C700M will be up for pre-sale on October 8 for and MSRP of $439.99.

Source: Press Release and Product Page




Silent Base 801 Mid Tower Announced by be quiet!

Category: Cases
Posted: October 2, 2018 08:54AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Today be quiet! announced its new Silent Base 801 case, a mid-tower chassis large enough to hold E-ATX motherboards and custom liquid cooling systems while also offering quiet operation. It is available with either a solid side panel that has 10 mm of sound insulating foam, or a windowed side panel to show off your components. Both versions come with three Pure Wings 2 140 mm fans that are controlled by a fan controller and the insulating foam mats in the top and front and opposite side. That controlled supports up to six 3-pin fans and can be connected to a PWM connection on the motherboard for automatic control, or manual control from the case's front panel.

To get inside the case the side panels are released using a push-pin mechanism that allows them to fall slightly to the side for removal. These panels can be swapped if you wish, as the motherboard tray itself can be inverted if you want it on the opposite side of the case, or removed from the case as a test bench. Beneath the PSU shroud is space for a dual 3.5 in HDD cage and above there is space for five more 3.5 in HDD cages, though the case only comes with three. All of these cages are decoupled, to minimize vibration, as are the PSU bracket and motherboard tray. On the back of the motherboard tray are slots for three 2.5 in drives. To help keep things neat for presenting, the version with the Window side panel comes with HDD slot covers for hiding the unused openings, though they are also adjustable for cable routing.

While the case is design to keep things quiet, it supports up to a 420 mm radiator (3x 140 mm) in the front, a 360 mm radiator (3x 120 mm) in the top, and 140 mm radiator in the rear, or the equivalent number of fans. The top also has a detachable bracket, for easier installation of fans and radiators.

The Silent Base 801 has a recommend price of $149 for the normal version and $159 for the windowed version. Both are available with orange, black, or silver highlights.

Source: Press Release




Cooler Master Launches MasterBox MB530P

Category: Cases
Posted: August 7, 2018 09:47PM
Author: Grilka8050


Today Cooler Master introduced their new case, the MasterBox MB530P. The goal of this case is to balance affordability and aesthetics. It has three tempered glass panels: one in the front, and one on each side. The bottom of the back panel features a honeycomb pattern to cover the open side of the power supply and cables. It also has three addressable RGB 120mm fans on the front, along with an ARGB power button. This button can be synced by connecting the ARGB cable on the front I/O to two to three splitter, which in included. You can control the lighting using motherboard software, or you can select a pre-set lighting mode attached to the reset button. This awesome case is certified compatible with ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, and ASRock motherboards. 

The MasterBox MB530P also has some sleek ventilation cutouts on the sides of the front panel, protected with a magnetic dust filter lining the top of the case. Two friction SSD mounts are placed behind the motherboard. The mounts are designed for easy installation - without having to use tools! Simply insert the rubber pegs (included) into the SSD and slide it into the mount. Two more SSD/HDD trays are located beneath the PSU shroud. 

All in all, this is a pretty cool case (haha, a pun!). The price isn’t bad either, starting at $109.99 USD on New Egg. It will be available on August 9, 2018. 

Source: Press Release



Corsair Unveils its Carbide Series SPEC-06 Mid Tower Cases

Category: Cases
Posted: July 17, 2018 05:34PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Today Corsair added to its Carbide Series of PC cases with the SPEC-06 series. This new series of mid-tower cases is available in black and white and with RGB lighting or single-color LED lighting (white for the white case and red for the black case). A tempered glass side panel allows one to show off their components while the RGB-lit asymmetrical front panel shows off the entire build. With its Direct Airflow Path design, cool air will make it to your parts to help keep things from getting too hot.

On the inside the SPEC-06 design allows for up to six 120 mm, though it only comes with two. It can also hold up to a 360 mm radiator, like that of the H150i AIO liquid cooler from Corsair. Removable dust filters in the top, bottom, and front will help you keep it clean inside. There is enough space for four 2.5 in drives and a pair of 3.5 in drives too.

 

 

Source: Corsair




Dark Base Pro rev. 2 Case Announced by be quiet!

Category: Cases
Posted: July 3, 2018 01:43PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Cooler Master is not the only company to announce new cases today as be quiet! Has announced its Dark Base Pro 900 rev. 2 case. This new case offers several upgrades over the original while keeping its position in the modular and silent full tower case segment. Around its outside you will find it has LED strips you can use to illuminate the tempered glass side panel. The IO panel has two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, a USB 3.1 Type-C port, a quick charging port, and Qi charging station for those with supporting devices. Opening up the front panel gives you access to the stepless fan controller, which can control eight PWM fans and with two rails allows you to create two cooling zones.

Going inside the case you find this is a very modular case, with its motherboard tray having six positions it can be installed in, allowing up to E-ATX and XL-ATX boards. The HDD slots can also be repositioned, supporting up to five 3.5 in drives, ten 2.5 in drives, and even two optical drives, but with slot covers you can hide those you are not using. The PSU shroud also offers customization with detachable cover plates, so you can install a fan or SSD on the shroud while leaving space for a radiator in front.

For cooling the Dark Base Pro 900 rev. 2 comes with three Silent Wings 3 140 mm PWM fans to keep your system cool while staying quiet. Noise is further reduced with L-shaped vents in the case along with insulated foam matts and decoupling mechanisms for components to minimize vibrations.

The case is available immediately for $269. Those with the original Dark Base Pro 900, you can purchase the new PSU shroud, side panel, HDD slot covers, and additional HDD cages are available as well.

Source: Press Release and be quiet!




MasterCase H500 Released by Cooler Master

Category: Cases
Posted: July 3, 2018 12:27PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Today Cooler Master has announced the release of its MasterCase H500, growing its H-Series of cases. This new case is simpler in options and modularity than the others in its line, but does keep a number of characteristics, including its portability and iconic pair of 200 mm fans. Its front panel also can still be swapped between an acrylic piece for aesthetics or a mesh piece for superior airflow. The structured bar design of the top has been changed though, replacing it with a simple magnetic dust filter. A subtle handle in the top panel will allow you to easily transport it. Also the side panel has been upgraded with a pair of captive thumbscrews to make sure you do not lose them.

For those curious about what it can hold inside, it supports up to an ATX motherboard and for radiators the front panel can hold up to a 200 mm, 280 mm, or 360 mm radiator while the top panel can hold a 140 mm or 240 mm radiator. The CPU cooler clearance is 6.5 in, for those looking at a tower cooler.

The MasterCase H500 is available for pre-sale at Newegg today with an MSRP at $99.99.

Source: Press Release and Cooler Master



Cooler Master Launches MasterCase H500M Mid Tower Case

Category: Cases
Posted: May 29, 2018 01:43PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Choosing a case for your computer can be an important step for building a new computer, as this is what will not only hold but present your build to others. Today Cooler Master has released its new MasterCase H500M midtower. This new case features both glass and mesh front panels you can swap between, depending on if you want the look glass gives you or the better cooling a mesh front offers. The two fans at the front of the case are both 200 mm fans with addressable RGB that can be controlled by the included controller. A 200 mm radiator is supported in the front panel but you can also fit a 360 mm radiator behind the two 200 mm fans if you wish. The top of the case also supports up to a 360 mm radiator, though with only a thickness clearance of 43 mm while the front panel can hold up to a 70 mm thick radiator. The IO panel offers four USB 3.0 Type-A ports and a single USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type-C port along with the usual audio in and out ports, power button, and reset switch. The Addressable RGB Controller can be connected to the reset switch so you can control your system's lighting.

Looking around the case, its sides panels are glass and it has a glass top panel to show off your components, especially when using the glass front panel. Inside you will find a graphics card support arm, to help hold up the longer cards you can find out there. If you want to show off your graphics card, there are two vertical expansion slots for vertical card mounting. There are nine covers to hide cables, if you wish, along with cut outs to help you route your cables where they will not be seen.

The MasterCase H500M supports motherboards from a mini-ITX all the way up to an E-ATX (up to 12 in x 10.7 in). It can also hold a CPU cooler up to 190 mm tall, a graphics card up to 412 mm long, and a power supply up to 200 mm long at the bottom. The case is available for pre-sale today with an MSRP of $199.99.

Source: Cooler Master




Obsidian Series 1000D Super-Tower Launched by Corsair

Category: Cases
Posted: May 10, 2018 06:38AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


If you happen to have an E-ATX motherboard lying around with nothing to do, along with a mini-ITX board and up to four 480 mm liquid cooling radiators, Corsair may have just launched a case for you. The Obsidian Series 1000D is a super-tower case that can hold a complete E-ATX system and a mini-ITX system inside of it, with ATX and SFX power supplies for each, along with mounts for 13 cooling fans, and 11 storage drives. Eight of those fan mounts are for 120 mm fans in the front of the case, with three 140 mm mounts in the roof, and then two 120/140 mounts at the rear.

To help manage all of the radiators this case supports, telescoping fan trays are used to move them in and out of the case without needing to crawl and twist inside. Different fan trays can be purchased and changed out, depending on your cooling needs and desires. For managing the cables, the primary motherboard tray is raised with a pair of French doors behind it, making it easier to route cables through holes and hide them away. You can also hide away 2.5 in drives here as well. If you are wondering where the mini-ITX system resides, it is rotated above the ATX PSU mount. If you want to fill the case with RGB fans, it comes with a Corsair Commander PRO for managing up to six Corsair RGB fans or RGB LED strips, and the fan speed of up to six PWM fans.

If you are wondering who might need a case measuring 27.4 in tall, 27.3 in deep, and 12.1 in wide, among the possible answers are streamers. With the E-ATX system being the primary gaming system, the mini-ITX could hold a capture card and be dedicated to encoding the video, without taking resources away from the game. The mini-ITX build could also be a file server or just a second PC for another player. Whatever the use case, the Obsidian Series 1000D is backed by a two-year warranty and should be available immediately from authorized retailers and distributors.

 

 

Source: Corsair




Corsair Launches SPEC-OMEGA RGB Case

Category: Cases
Posted: May 9, 2018 06:36AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


If you like the look of Corsair's SPEC-OMEGA case, with its angular tempered glass design, but wanted some RGB with it, the company has launched exactly that combination. The SPEC-OMEGA RGB has the same design but adds a 30 LED RRGB strip in the front fascia and comes with two HD120 RGB LED fans. This adds up to a total of 54 RGB LEDs powered by the included Corsair Lighting Node PRO digital RGB controller. Naturally it can all be controlled using the company's iCUE software.

Besides the lighting, the SPEC-OMEGA RGB has a removable PSU cover, plenty of tie-downs, routing holes, and grommets for those of you that want to hide your system's cables. The front of the case can support up to a 360 mm or 280 mm radiator for liquid cooling systems while the top can hold up to a 240 mm radiator. It supports up to an ATX motherboard, a GPU length of 370 mm, has seven expansion slots, two 3.5 in and three 2.5 in drive bays, and a maximum CPU cooler height of 170 mm.

The SPEC-OMEGA RGB is available immediately and is currently listed in Corsair's store at $149.99. It is backed by a two year warranty and is available in both black and white.

 

 

Source: Corsair




Carbide Series 275R Case Announced by Corsair

Category: Cases
Posted: March 6, 2018 11:00AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Today Corsair has announced some new PC cases, for those of you looking for a new build, or a new look. The Carbide Series 275R PC case has a minimalist design but does not sacrifice much in the way of features and definitely makes sure your parts can be shown off. The case can come in white or black with the side panel being either tempered glass or edge-to-edge acrylic. The vertical mounting slots allow you to have your GPU up for everyone to see while the hidden mounts for 2.5 in and 3.5 in drives keep the appearance clean. The four 2.5 in mounts are on the rear of the motherboard tray while the two 3.5 in drive bays are under the PSU cover.

The case supports up to an ATX motherboard and a 360 mm radiator in the front panel, and 240 mm radiator on the top panel. The I/O panel has a pair of USB 3.0 ports and the usual pair of audio jacks and the base of the front panel has soft accent lighting.

The Carbide Series 275R is available now from authorized retailers and, of course, from the Corsair webstore. The cases are backed by a two-year warranty.

 

 

Source: Press Release




MasterBox Q300 Series Released by Cooler Master

Category: Cases
Posted: March 1, 2018 12:50PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Just days ago Cooler Master showed off its MasterCase H500P Mesh White mid-tower, and today it has announced its MasterBox Q300 series. The series has two cases, the Q300L and Q300P, both of which are smaller cases for easy transportation and have special features to support being taken to LAN parties and the like.

Despite their small size, they can still hold a full-sized ATX PSU and up to a 240 mm radiator at their front. So you can freely place them as you wish, both cases are also modular and allow you to change the position of the I/O panel to best fit your needs in one of six locations. The Q300L has patterned dust filters on its front and top panels, which are attached magnetically, making them easy to remove and clean. The Q300P instead has four handles to make it easier to carry and has two pre-installed 120 mm RGB fans behind the front panel.

Both cases are available for purchase with the MSRP being $39.99 for the Q300L and $69.99 for the Q300P.

Source: Press Release




H500P Mesh White Case Announced by Cooler Master

Category: Cases
Posted: February 27, 2018 11:56AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Form and function are very important when it comes to selecting a case for your computer, and Cooler Master is hoping its new MasterCase H500P Mesh White case has everything you are looking for. Its front panel is full mesh with two, pre-installed, 200 mm RGB fans in it, moving air into the all-white interior. The top panel is acrylic while the side panel is tempered glass with industrial lines to give it a refined look. Inside the case, there is a PSU shroud, CPU cut out cover, and cable covers to help you keep your cable management clean. There are two vertical PCI slots on the rear of the case, something that appears to be growing in popularity as it allows a user to show off their GPU with a vertical mount. For cooling, both the top and front panels support up to 360 mm radiators.

The case supports up to a 12 in x 10.7 in E-ATX motherboard, has 190 mm of CPU cooler clearance, and can hold a video card up to 412 mm long. For storage, it can hold two 2.5/3.5 inch drives, and two 2.5" drives, with the drive bay supporting up to five. The I/O panel has two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 ports along with the usual audio ports, power button, and reset button.

The H500P Mesh White is available for pre-order in North America and has an MSRP of $149.99.

Source: Press Release




Corsair Adds 500D Case to Obsidian Series

Category: Cases
Posted: February 22, 2018 12:53PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Looks can be important for many things, and this is no less true for computers where the case is what everyone will see your choice of components and cable-routing skills. Corsair has launched the new Obsidian Series 500D case that provides an elegant and minimalist design with smoked tempered glass side panels and curved aluminum. The aluminum is black and brushed for the front panel, top panel, and the curved handles for the sides that can swing open to show off your internals, or be removed when you need to change components.

Of course function is important as well, and the 500D does deliver. While it is a mid-size case, it supports up to a 272 mm E-ATX motherboard, up to a 360 mm radiator in the front fan tray, and up to a 280 mm radiator in the top fan tray. The fan trays in the top and front will make installing fans and these large radiators much easier, and there are also dust filters for every intake, to help you keep things clean. For storage there are mounts for up to two 3.5 in drives and three 2.5 in drives behind the right side panel, keeping them and the heat they produce out of the main volume of the case. If you are still using a 5.25 in drive, there are no slots for one but the front port, along with the two USB 3.0 Type-A ports and usual buttons and audio jacks, also has a USB 3.1 Type-C port for those newer devices that use the reversible plug.

The Obsidian Series 500D is available immediately and is backed by a two-year warranty. A quick look at the Corsair webstore shows a price of $149.99, for any of you who are interested.

 

 

Source: Corsair




NEW ARK 90 E-ATX Case Introduced by Deepcool

Category: Cases
Posted: January 25, 2018 06:40AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Back at CES 2018 Deepcool showed off a number of cases in their Electro Limited Edition forms, including the NEW ARK 90. Now they are introducing the normal form of the case, and providing some more details on its design.

The NEW ARK 90 has been created with water cooling in mind and has four independent cooling slots to make it easier to put together your water-cooled computer. The front panel features an external transparent water-tube with flow-rotor so you can easily monitor the dynamic flow rate of your coolant. Giving the case a clean and minimalistic appearance, there are tempered glass sections on the top and side panel, while the entire left-side panel is glass. The top and front panels also have a feature to decorate them with an RGB lighting strip.

The interior of the case is large enough to hold an E-ATX motherboard up to 305 mm x 276 mm and the ultra-wide tower compartment provides 5 mm for cable management. If you need still more room, the HDD cage can be removed. The case also supports 120, 240, and 360 mm radiators, of up to three 120 mm fans at the front, though the case does come with a pre-installed CAPTAIN Series Liquid Cooling System with 280 mm radiator. You can see in some of the pictures the three vertically mounted 140 mm RGB fans, which are there to reduce the impact CPU heat will have on your graphics card.

The NEW ARK 90 will be available in February and has an MSRP of $299.99.

Source: Press Release




Cooler Master Announces New Cases at CES 2018

Category: Cases
Posted: January 8, 2018 03:03PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

In addition to the new coolers, power supplies, and peripherals, Cooler Master also announced a number of new cases at CES 2018. These include additions to its MasterCase and MasterBox series, as well as refreshes of its Trooper SE and Stryker SE cases.

The MasterCase H500M has two front panels, so the user can select between a mesh front with two 200 mm addressable RGB fans or a tempered glass front. The case also supports up to 360 mm radiators, has a windowed PSU cover, and cable covers. For front I/O it has four USB 3.0 ports, a USB-C port, and two 3.5 mm audio jacks.

The MasterCase H500P Mesh White has two 200 mm RGB fans in its front panel, and two optional 200 mm fans can also be placed on the top. It supports 360 mm radiators, has a customizable PSU shroud, cable covers, and supports vertically mounting GPUs.

Rounding out the MasterCase cases is a remaster of the MC-series, which have a modular design. Now the cases come with an RGB partition plate, and you can purchase this plate separately, to replace the steel partition plate of other models. The I/O panel has also been upgraded to new specifications and all of the MC-series cases support brackets for a 360 mm front radiator.

Coming to the MasterBox series, the Q300P is a portable case that remains modular. Its four handles can be removed and as you can turn and rotate the case, the I/O panel has six different locations it can be put in. Despite its size, it also supports an ATX PSU. The Q300L is simpler, but does also have a special pattern on its magnetic dust filter.

The Trooper SE and Stryker SE refreshes have edge-to-edge light grey tinted tempered glass side panels and two PCI slots for vertically mounted GPUs. They can also hold up to four SSDs in a vertical position and using X-Dock have an accessible external 2.5 in hot swap bay. The front of the cases support up to a 360 mm radiator while the top can hold a 240 mm.

The MasterBox MB500 features a semi-meshed front panel with ventilzation holes on top to allow more air to be moved by the pre-installed two 120 mm RGB fans. It can hold up to a 360 mm radiator, 400 mm long GPU, 160 mm tall CPU cooler, and 180 mm PSU.

Finally the MasterBox TD500L has a 3D diamond-cut design to the front bezel and side panel, which will result in different lighting effects at different angles, but still gives a clear view of your system internals. The interior is completely black and the PSU cover and 19 mm of space behind the motherboard tray provides room for cable management. The case can also hold up to six 120 mm fans and GPUs up to 407 mm long.

Source: Press Release




Dark Base 700 Mid-Tower Case Revealed by be quiet!

Category: Cases
Posted: November 15, 2017 12:14PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


If you are looking for a new computer case, be quiet!, the market leader of PC power supplies in Germany, has something you might be interested in. The Dark Base 700 is a mid-tower chassis with some useful and intriguing features, such as a motherboard tray that can be mounted on the left panel instead of the right, where it typically is. Its modular design does not stop there as you can move two of three HDD cages from their usual location to under the PSU shroud, which itself is comprised of four removable segments. Unused HDD slots have cable management covers as well, if you want to hide your cable routing. You can also mount your graphics card vertically in the case, if you want to show it off, though a riser cable is not included. There is also enough room at the top of the case for a 360 mm radiator.

On the front panel there are two Type-A USB 3.0 ports and a Type-C USB 3.1 Gen 2 port. There is also a fan controller, which supports up to six PWM fans. This controller lets you pick between auto and three manual levels, and while in full manual mode the fans can be divided between two channels, to create separate cooling zones. The case also has integrated RGB LED lights that can produce up to six colors across three modes, when controlled by the integrated controller. With the proper motherboard software, you can have any color in the full RGB spectrum.

The Dark Base 700 is available now with a recommended price of $179.90.

Source: be quiet!




Thermaltake Adds Three Cases With Tempered Glass Window

Category: Cases
Posted: June 28, 2017 02:01PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake has announced three new case offerings featuring a 4mm thick tempered glass side window, the Core V71, Core V51, and Suppressor F51 Tempered Glass Editions. All three cases were designed around a modular concept, giving users options for how many 3.5" and 2.5" drives they wish to include. The Core V71 has a "2+8" configuration, the Core V51 has a "2+5" configuration, and the Suppressor F51 has a "2+6+2" configuration. A GPU riser bracket is included in all three cases for optimal support for dual GPU systems, and to help take stress off the motherboard. The cases can accommodate the largest video cards and CPU coolers with plenty of ventilation options and excellent watercooling support.

Source: Press Release




Cooler Master Launches 25th Anniversary Edition of Cosmos II Case

Category: Cases
Posted: May 24, 2017 02:31PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Cooler Master has announced an updated version of the Cosmos II case to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the case, "a tribute to Cooler Master’s original and iconic COSMOS case." The case includes two curved tempered glass side panels that "unlock and swing open like luxury car doors." Cooler Master plans to make the side panels available in the third quarter for current Cosmos II owners. Integrated blue lighting is included in a 200mm LED fan and a magnetic LED strip, both of which can be controlled using the top mounted Advanced Control Panel. The Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition will be available June 6 with an MSRP of $349.99.

Source: Press Release




Mid-Tower Carbide Series SPEC-04 Cases Launched by Corsair

Category: Cases
Posted: May 3, 2017 11:11AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


Corsair has launched a new set of mid-tower cases, the Carbide Series SPEC-04 cases that comes in red, yellow, or gray combined with black. The cases have an asymmetrical design to their exteriors and along with providing a large vent area to the front of the case, this design places the front panel, with its USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, on the side. The case comes with a 120 mm LED lit fan already installed and has room for up to five more: two 120 mm or one 140 mm in the front; two 120 mm in the roof; and one 120 mm in the rear. The 120 mm placements also support any 120 mm Corsair Hydro Series liquid cooler. Both the front intake and PSU have dust filters, to help keep your system clean.

Being a mid-tower the SPEC-04 cases support ATX, M-ATX, and mini-ITX motherboards but also feature seven expansion slots and enough room for GPUs 370 mm long. The storage mounts also support up to three 3.5 in drives and two 2.5 in drives with multiple cable routing cutouts and tie downs for easier cable management.

The Carbide Series SPEC-04 is available immediately from Corsair approved retailers and distributors, and is backed with a two year warranty. It looks like price may vary by region, but looking at Corsair's shop shows a price of $49.99 (USD).

Source: Corsair




Phanteks Announces Enthoo Evolv MATX Tempered Glass Edition

Category: Cases
Posted: April 19, 2017 02:44PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Phanteks has announced the Enthoo Evolv MATX Tempered Glass Edition, the successor to its original Enthoo Evolv. The new version of the case boasts "luxurious hinged glass doors, RGB illumination, and easy access to front I/O." The hinged doors are built with tempered glass and are kept in place with magnets. Enhancements to the interior of the case offer support for long GPUs and two mounting locations for radiators, up to 360mm in front or 280mm on top. The RGB illumination can by synced with other Phanteks RGB products and cable management considerations include velcro cable ties. The case is available in Satin Black, Anthracite Grey, and Galaxy Silver at an MSRP of $129.99.

Source: Press Release




Cooler Master Announces MasterCase Pro 6

Category: Cases
Posted: April 12, 2017 03:01PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Cooler Master has announced the addition of the MasterCase Pro 6 to its modular MasterCase line of products, described as "the discreetly designed mid-tower cousin of the award-winning Pro 5 case." The case is once again based around the FreeForm Modular System "that allows multiple exterior and interior layouts," but differentiates itself with the use of dark metallic grey top, bottom, and side panels that fit together flush. The panels have a number of vents to help optimize airflow and there is space on top or in the front of the case for a radiator. The MasterCase Pro 6 will be available this month at an MSRP of $159.99.

Source: Press Release



Thermaltake Adds Trio of New Cases

Category: Cases
Posted: December 20, 2016 03:53PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake has announced the addition of three cases to its ever expanding list of offerings with the Core X31, Core X71, and Suppressor F31. All three cases include a 4mm thick tempered glass window, 140mm Riing Blue fans, and a riser GPU support bracket. Thermaltake plans to show off the three cases at CES 2017 with market availability in January 2017. The Core X71 has a dual chamber design to separate the PSU, hard drive cages, and an optional liquid cooling loop from the rest of the components. The X71 can accommodate up to seven storage devices, two GPUs up to 420mm in length, and a CPU cooler up to 180mm in height. The Core X31 has a fully tool-less design with modular hard drive cages, providing multiple configuration options. The X31 can also handle two GPUs up to 420mm in length and a CPU cooler up to 180mm in height. The Suppressor F31 adds sound dampening panels to the options found in the Core X31.

Source: Press Release




Three New Cases Launched by Corsair

Category: Cases
Posted: November 21, 2016 11:04AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


While some people only want a computer case that will hold all of their components in place, others want something to show off. Corsair has launched some new cases that could satisfy either desire. The Crystal Series 570X RGB features four tempered glass panels, letting everyone look see your rig, and with the included SP120 RGB LED fans you can select the color you feel best matches your build. Cable routing channels will let the focus be on your computer and not your cable management skills, or lack thereof. It also has room for 120 mm, 280 mm, and 360 mm radiators for those of us that turn to liquid cooling and removable fan trays for easy installation.

The Crystal Series 460X RGB only sports two tempered glass panels but still has three SP120 RGB 120 mm fans so you can customize your case's lighting. It has a Direct Airflow design so components and fans can be close, while drives are out of the way. It can hold 240 mm, 280 mm, or 360 mm radiators in the front or a 240 mm radiator on top.

The Carbide Series 270R has a sleeker, minimalistic design with either a transparent window or solid side panel. With cable routing channels, plenty of tie-down points and conveniently located drive bays, your build can be as sleek inside as out. The case comes with a black AF120 120 mm exhaust fan, and if you get the version with the windowed side panel, it also comes with a red-LED lit AF120 intake fan.

All three cases are available immediately and are backed by a two-year warranty.

Source: Press Release




Genome ROG Certified Edition Case Launched by Deepcool

Category: Cases
Posted: November 9, 2016 10:57AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


For those looking for a computer case that works with the Aura RGB Lighting system from ASUS, Deepcool has just launched a new entry in its Genome series of cases with exactly that support. This ATX case still has the pre-installed liquid cooling system with helix reservoir and large radiator, but now the LEDs in the case can work with the Aura system and integrated remote control. The water block, reservoir, PSU shroud, and LED strip can all have their lighting controlled this way, so you can freely customize to fit your personal taste.

For those of you interested in showing off your GPU as well as your favorite colors, the Genome series comes with a PCIe extension cable so you can mount your graphics card vertically. The Genome ROG Certified Edition has an MSRP of $299.99.

Source: Deepcool




BitFenix Announces Aurora and Alchemy 2.0

Category: Cases
Posted: August 10, 2016 09:47AM
Author: Nick Harezga


BitFenix has announced a pair of new products with the Aurora chassis and Alchemy 2.0 magnetic RGB LED stripe. The Aurora is available in midnight black and artic white color schemes and was "designed for high end aesthetically pleasing builds with water-cooled systems carrying an elegant theme of curved lines and glass windows." Both sides of the case are tempered glass with one clear to show internal components and one dark to hide behind motherboard tray cable management. The case supports motherboards up to EATX in size with modular hard drive cages, space for multiple liquid cooling radiators, and tool free mounting.

The Alchemy 2.0 LED strip is available in lengths of 30cm and 60cm and gives users the ability to set the color with or without the use of a compatible controller. The use of magnets gives plenty of mounting options within your case and an included 90 degree bridge allows for connection of up to 180cm of stripes per controller.

Source: Press Release




Thermaltake Announces Core P3 Snow and Black Editions

Category: Cases
Posted: July 5, 2016 03:34PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake has announced the Core P3 Snow and Black Edition ATX Wall-Mount cases. The case is designed to allow three different layout schemes: wall-mount, horizontal, and vertical. Users have the option to install the PSU vertically, the GPU horizontally or vertically, and all-in-one liquid coolers. The multiple configuration and layout options coupled with an acrylic window will allow users to show off their systems in any way they choose. The case is built using a Dismantable Modular Design to give users the option to include only the panels, racks, brackets, and mounting arrays that they need. Up to three 2.5" or two 3.5" drives can be installed outside the case and two 3.5" or 2.5" drives can be installed on the inside.

Source: Press Release




be quiet! Announces Dark Base 900 Case

Category: Cases
Posted: June 28, 2016 02:22PM
Author: Nick Harezga


be quiet! has announced its latest entries into the case market, with a pair of high-end cases joining the Dark Base 900 series. A modular design was adopted for the case to maximize the combinations of component orientation. Motherboards up to XL-ATX in size can be installed in six different configurations. Up to 15 SSDs, seven hard drives, and two optical drives can be installed to handle all of your storage needs. Three 140mm SilentWings 3 PWM fans are pre-installed with space for three or four more fans based on which case you choose. The large interior also provides ample room for liquid cooling configurations. The black exterior is constructed using aluminum and steel with a side panel and inductive charging station available for the Pro model. Both cases are available now at an MSRP of $199.90 for the Dark Base 900 and $249.90 for the Dark Base Pro 900.

Source: Press Release




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