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Fractal Design Core 1100 Case Review
     Sat, Nov 22 2014 | 7:20P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Fractal Design has now released their Core 1100 MicroATX computer case. It still has a preinstalled 120mm front intake fan and the vertical hard drive bracket. The biggest change is only the exterior design with its brushed aluminum finish, making it look identical to most Fractal Design cases. Front panel I/O ports are now located on the front instead of on the side like how the Core 1000 had them. It also supports graphics cards of up to 350mm, CPU coolers up to 148mm tall, and an optional 80mm or 92mm rear exhaust fan for improved airflow."
  FULL STORY @ BENCHMARKREVIEWS.COM

Pivos XIOS XS Entertainment Center Review @ Madshrimps
     Sat, Nov 22 2014 | 5:18P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The upgrade to the previous XIOS DS is now baptized XIOS XS and features a notably faster dual-core processor at 1.5GHz, 1GB RAM, a dual-core internal GPU at 500Mhz and also 8GB of "
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS.BE

Speedlink KudosZ-9 & INVICTUS Core Gaming Review @ ocaholic
     Sat, Nov 22 2014 | 1:12P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Kudos Z-9 is the last high-end gaming mouse from Speedlink. This peripheral offers nine buttons as well as up to 8200 DPI. The entire surface is made of soft touch material with different grip. Next to the gaming mouse we`re also having a closer look at the INVICTUS Core Gaming that features a dual polymer surface with an aluminum core and a plastic surface."
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC.CO.UK

Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV Case Review
     Fri, Nov 21 2014 | 5:18P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV must be experienced up close and in person to be understood and to be fully appreciated. This case sets the bar high in the premiere level cases in the same company with well known excellence as Lian Li or Siverstone products and may even surpass those in unique features here and there. This all new design for the Phanteks m-itx or uATX case builders? features an all new tool-free release system for the front cover that is released the same as any high end HI FI speaker grills are and some high quality cases with mechanical spring loaded action quick release designs. Actually the Lian Li uses a system very close to this design for their tool less release panels. The Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV has it all, and maybe even more than you might expect for a high end case no matter what your skill level or your custom ideals, inspiration?s or budgets. This is not a showy design but it could be. It has a true minimalistic quality that can only be appreciated up close and personally to see what it is really like. Like a fine wine or a beautiful woman it hides it?s best qualities for only the special few that are able to get close enough to appreciate their true appeal."
  FULL STORY @ BENCHMARKREVIEWS.COM

SilverStone Raven RV05 Computer Case Review @ APH Networks
     Fri, Nov 21 2014 | 1:12P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
APH Networks reviews the latest of the Raven line from SilverStone. With no 5.25 drive bays, how does the RV05 step up overall?"
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS.COM

NZXT S340 Mid-Tower Case Review
     Thu, Nov 20 2014 | 10:07A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the release of the H440 earlier this year, NZXT made it clear what their new approach into the already crammed case market will be in it?s upcoming models. Following this trend, Benchmark Reviews will be testing the NZXT S340, a more ?stripped? down version of the already great H440, which still features a similar simple design with a minimalistic design, putting functionality and efficiency above all things."
  FULL STORY @ BENCHMARKREVIEWS.COM

Tesoro Lobera Full Color @ LanOC Reviews
     Tue, Nov 18 2014 | 1:07P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
For the past few years the only thing that membrane keyboards still had over mechanical keyboards has been the ability to run full RGB backlighting. Well this is no longer a problem, nearly everyone has their own RGB mechanical keyboards in the works or coming out now. A great example of this is the new Tesoro Lobera Full Color. Tesoro has had a few variations on their Lobera but up until now they all just had a single backlight color. Today Im going to see if going full RGB is worth it. Additionally this will be the first time I have had the chance to check out a Tesoro keyboard, we can see how they compare to the competition."
  FULL STORY @ LANOC.ORG

 
NZXT H440 system build black/orange @ HardwareOverclock.com
     Tue, Nov 18 2014 | 10:07A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
HardwareOverclock.com has just posted another review. Last week we have taken a look at the NZXT H440 Tower in the colour black/orange. In the review you can find more about the tower and also a full system build in black/orange and water cooling."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWAREOVERCLOCK.COM

Corsair Graphite 780T Review
     Mon, Nov 17 2014 | 7:20P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
To follow up, the Graphite 780T has many positive things making it well worth the asking price. I don`t have time to write out each in detail or this would go on forever, so I`m just going to cover the things that make it stand out. First up, having support for every aftermarket CPU cooler is a major advantage. When I say every single one, it`s because nothing has topped 200mm yet and that would just be purely insane. I have time and time again given advice for purchasing a cooler, only to find out that a height limit is an issue. At 200mm and a good amount of surrounding space, there isn`t much that will not fit. Going along with the CPU cooler, having space up to 355mm without removing a hard drive cage is insane! I also expect Quad CrossFireX or SLI to not be a problem at all, with a generous amount of airflow provided by two 140mm fans in front. To continue, a dedicated fan controller and long internal cables are almost a must within the high end chassis, as it can really make or break a setup. Given that generally companies don`t include all the potential fans, having extra connectors besides the motherboard is a great addition. The frame itself is well built and solid metal; this is great because all too often cheap metal means it will easily bend and dent from moving it around. I did not have this issue; in fact my back hurt a little after a few lifts because I wasn`t prepared for the weight."
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSCLUB.COM

SilverStone Fortress FT05 Review @ Vortez
     Fri, Nov 14 2014 | 1:07P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Just like previous generations, the Fortress FT05 adopts a similar internal design as the Raven RV05 but brings a touch of elegance to the table by being styled with minimalism as an integral feature. Inside, SilverStone has included some exciting features such as dual Air Penetrator 180mm fans, a rotated motherboard tray, quick-release side panel latches and much more! Join us as we explore this new computer chassis."
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ.NET

Cooltek Coolcube Maxi Review
     Fri, Nov 14 2014 | 9:02A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The CoolCube Maxi is a cube case from Cooltek and it has been made from aluminum entirely. It allows the installation of mATX as well as miniITX motherboards in combination with ATX power supplies. In addition there is enough space in order to create a small HTPC or file server.
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC

Silverstone Grandia GD10 HTPC Chassis Review
     Wed, Nov 12 2014 | 6:57P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Silverstone Grandia series is one of the corner stones of the HTPC market; they’ve long been one of the most popular choices for AV enthusiasts who want a PC integrated into their entertainment setup. The Grandia series has always balanced premium build quality, great aesthetics, competitive prices and more; Silverstone look set to continue that trend with the new Grandia GD10 HTPC chassis. The GD10 features many of the same style points and component capabilities of previous generation chassis from the Grandia series, which is no bad thing. The new model comes equipped with support for most major motherboard types, including SSI-CEB, ATX and Micro-ATX. As you can see from the specifications below, the GD10 comes with support for up to five hard drives, depending on their configuration. The chassis will also handle a range of 80 to 120mm fans; with three 120mm fans pre-installed. 12.2? graphics cards are also supported, which opens up possibilities for many of the high-end cards that are currently on the market.
  FULL STORY @ ETEKNIX

BitFenix Pandora Window Micro-ATX Slim-Tower Chassis Review
     Tue, Nov 11 2014 | 7:20P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
BitFenix offers a slimmed down Micro-ATX chassis design, and something completely outside of the box when it comes to the design of the new Pandora case."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN.COM

Thermaltake Core V51 Mid-Tower Chassis Review
     Mon, Nov 10 2014 | 11:33P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The more compact sibling to the Core V71 has arrived. With a similar aesthetic, Thermaltake's Core V51 mid-tower case is loaded in features for its size."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

Small Form Factor the new world order @ LanOC Reviews
     Sat, Nov 08 2014 | 4:19P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Those of you who come around often, will have most likely figured out that I have a thing for small form factor PCs. I have been building small PCs with big video cards for years, even before Mini-ITX became the norm. Trying to pack the fastest hardware into the smallest possible case is challenging, but also rewarding when you dont have to break your back carrying a huge PC into LANs. I know a few of you have been catching on to this, I have been seeing LAN rigs showing up a lot on my Facebook and at the LAN. Well when Intel launched their NUC I couldnt wait to get my hands on one, well my wife just happened to win one at a LAN. So today Im going to check out what the NUC is all about and put it together with some cool hardware from Kingston and a Harmony Smart Keyboard from Logitech to help put it to use as an HTPC."
  FULL STORY @ LANOC.ORG

Thermaltake Core V1 Mini-ITX Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Sat, Nov 08 2014 | 7:01A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Thermaltake is a brand name in the computer case industry, we have been reviewing their cases for years. Over the past few years they really have been focusing on mid and full tower cases. It has been quite a while since they released a really great small form factor case for LANs and gaming, the last one I remember was the LANBOX which came out in 2006. Well Thermaltake is back with a small form factor case that is perfect for LANs or just building a smaller system. The case is the Core V1 and it has room inside for a Mini-ITX motherboard, graphics cards as long as 285 mm, CPU coolers as tall as 140 mm, full size ATX power supplies, four hard drives and even watercooling! Lets take a look!"
  FULL STORY @ THINKCOMPUTERS

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