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Case Mod Friday: Ex-Box PC @ ThinkComputers.org
     Thu, Dec 18 2014 | 7:55P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have Aaron Howe`s Ex-Box PC build. Here is what he had to say about it: I used to work for xbox tech support, and after leaving their employment I repaired 360`s on the side. Due to this I had some extras lying around, and wanted to see if it was possible to put a computer inside of one without any major components sticking out. All previous builds you could see GPU fans, or CPU coolers sticking out, and I felt like that was ugly. I wanted to make it be a `sleeper` - so that is what I set out to do, and believe I accomplished."

Fractal Design Core 2500 Review @ ocaholic
     Thu, Dec 18 2014 | 4:05P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Fractal Design always created elegant and sleek looking products with refined details, and the new Core 2500 PC case is just like that. Apart from the good looks this case also comes with quite a few interesting features which we we`ll certainly cover on the following pages. "

Lian Li PC-V359 M-ATX Chassis Review
     Thu, Dec 18 2014 | 9:01A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
ian-Li have one of the best reputations in the chassis industry, it’s as if this company finds it impossible to make a product that is anything less than incredible. They are the masters of aluminium chassis construction and time and time again we’ve seen them release award-winning chassis products that offer premium performance, style, build quality and features; and they often come with the premium price tag to match. Today looks set to continue their never-ending combo of excellence, as we take a look at their new Micro-ATX super star; the PC-V359. There is a big demand right now for a chassis that lets you show off your rig, and the common side panel window isn’t always the best option. People love to show of their high-end components; who would want to spend £1000 on a graphics card if you can’t admire its awesome cooler design? The PC-V359 aims to offer a fresh perspective from its unique front panel and top panel window combo.

Raidmax Vortex V3 Review
     Sun, Dec 14 2014 | 9:01A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the Vortex V3, Raidmax has a very aggressively priced case in its portfolio, which features a well thought cooling concept as well as plenty of space for neat cable management. Keeping in mind this case only costs 35 Euro, Raidmax has an enclosure in its portfolio, which is definitely worth having a closer look.

Fractal Design Define R5 Mid-Tower Chassis Review
     Sun, Dec 14 2014 | 9:00A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today Swedish-based Fractal Design launches its newest computer case, the Define R5 mid-tower chassis. Follow Chad as he tells us all about it."

NZXT H440 Razer Edition Case
     Sat, Dec 13 2014 | 9:03A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Computer cases of today are so much better and smarter than they were back when we first started modding and building computers of our own, but some of these new cases come along and stands out in the middle of the crowd and silently screams "look at me". One of those cases is the NZXT H440-Designed by Razer (CA-H440W-RA). Basically the Razer engineering team along with the already winning NZXT team got together and took what was already one of the most popular computer enthusiast cases around, the NZXT H440 and together they both collaborated to make it an even more superior gaming oriented NZXT H440 computer case."

Fractal Design's R4 enclosure
     Sat, Dec 13 2014 | 9:02A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"It's refreshing to look at an enclosure that delivers great performance and value like the Define R5. The case has an understated look, but is still very nice looking with clean lines and a quality finish. There is ample room for expansion and Fractal has not foregone support for optical drives for the many who still use them, and the door panel keeps things looking clean up front."

the beefy Enthoo Prime
     Fri, Dec 12 2014 | 7:05P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Phanteks Enthoo Luxe is the smaller brother of the beefy Enthoo Prime, but still counts as a full-tower case while sporting many of the Prime's features. It serves to fill the gap between the Pro and Primo in Phanteks' case lineup. We have the Enthoo Luxe in a luxurious white color under the review spotlight today, and test to see if it will hit the sweet spot of pricing and performance.

Case Mod Friday: ASUS ROG Table & Rig @ ThinkComputers.org
     Fri, Dec 12 2014 | 10:58A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have Darrin Hommel`s ASUS ROG Table & Rig build. Here is what he had to say about it: I made this table to go with my Rig. Everything was made by me, PSU Cover right down to the vinyl decals. So this is not only a case mod, but a desk mod too! Check it out!"

Raidmax Vampire Review @ ocaholic
     Fri, Dec 12 2014 | 10:04A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Vampire is on of the latest tower cases from Raidmax, which offers plenty of interior space in order to build high-end systems. Apart from that there are quite a few neat little features, like for example a small fan controller as well as a hot-swap bay and rather reasonable price."

Fractal Design Define R5 Mid-Tower Chassis Review
     Fri, Dec 12 2014 | 9:00A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Fractal Design Define series has been one of the corner stones of the chassis industry for years now. Fractal Design have always been known for the exceptional build quality, silent performance and bold looks; although this much is true of almost all the chassis’ that Fractal Design produce. With that in mind, I’m very excited to have their latest iteration at my disposal today, the Fractal Design Define R5; the latest flag-ship chassis from the legendary Swedish manufacturer. The Define R5 has been a long time coming, it was just over two years ago that I reviewed the Define R4. As much as I love the Define R4, two years is a long time and PC hardware has already changed a lot in that time; it will be interesting to see how Fractal Design have tweaked and improves the design to reflect that. The Define R5 comes equipped with two 5.25? drive bays, eight 2.5?/3.5? bays and two 2.5? drive mounts behind the motherboard; there’s no doubt that this chassis can handle a lot of storage. You’ll find room for mini-ITX, Micro ATX and most importantly, ATX motherboards. Combine this with room for graphics card of up to 310mm with the hard drive cages installed, or 440mm with them removed, up to 35mm of cable routing space, PSUs of up to 300mm and a whole lot more; the Fractal Design Define R5 is certainly capable of housing an ultra high-end system.

NZXT H440 Designed by Razer Mid-Tower Enclosure Review
     Thu, Dec 11 2014 | 10:04A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The NZXT H440 Designed by Razer Edition is certainly stylish, and makes a statement. A very green statement. This would be particularly appropriate if you already have other Razer gaming products on your desk, or if you happen to be a NVIDIA fan - as you can see here the glowing GEFORCE logo through the window goes well with the color scheme (though I used an AMD card for testing)."

Is it Just a Green and Black NZXT H440?
     Thu, Dec 11 2014 | 9:03A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"NZXT and Razer have collaborated on a new case bearing the peripheral manufacturer’s name and styling. Instead of reinventing the wheel, they took the award winning NZXT H440 (see our review) and have a “Designed by Razer” edition of the case. It will continue to off the best features of the H440, with cosmetics that are unmistakably Razer. This includes a mainly jet black color scheme, accented by the Razer emblem, along with a lot of green lighting. We got our hands on the NZXT H440 “Designed by Razer” Edition before it ships out to the public. Here’s what we thought."

Bitfenix Pandora Windowed Review @ ocaholic
     Wed, Dec 10 2014 | 10:58A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Pandora is the last compact solution for mATX systems from Bitfenix. The case despite its rather small size is able to accommodate high-end systems and a good amount of HDDs and SSDs. In addition there is an interesting LCD display in the front of the case."

IN WIN D-FRAME MINI Computer Case Review
     Wed, Dec 10 2014 | 10:41A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you?re looking for something out of the ordinary for your mITX build, the Taiwanese company IN WIN has some products you?ll want to check out. They offer a variety of uniquely-designed computer cases ranging from the weird to the?well, OK, actually, they?re all pretty weird, from the all-glass Tóu to today?s subject, the IN WIN D-FRAME MINI. Benchmark Reviews builds a high-end gaming system in this expensive open-air mITX case to see what it?s got."

In Win D Frame Mini Aluminum and Glass Mini-ITX Case Review
     Tue, Dec 09 2014 | 10:41A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The In Win D Frame mini is a product that defies convention. It is like the concept car before a final production model is introduced. While there are unique, useful concepts to the enclosure`s design, the presentation challenges the end user to accept a radical departure. This shouldn`t surprise anyone who has looked at In Win in the past, as the company puts style first (check out our previous review of the In Win 901)."

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